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by Cynthia J. Burbank
During decades of controversy, FHWA and its State and local partners consistently included environmental stewardship as a goal of transportation projects.
by Ruth Rentch and Rachael Barolsky
A scan tour of seven States sheds light on best practices for honoring environmental commitments in transportation projects.
by Kreig Larson
An in depth look at the NEPA process and ways to expedite it.
by Frederick Skaer
Federal agencies today are collaborating more effectively on environmental reviews of major transportation projects, thanks to a new Presidential mandate.
by Lori Irving
Can a new policy change the way people think about transportation agencies and the projects they deliver?
by Chris Corbisier
Planning land use with highway traffic noise in mind can help local agencies improve residents' quality of life.
by Andy Clarke
Accommodating bicyclists and walkers will promote a healthier transportation system, a healthier environment — and healthier Americans.
by Kris Hoellen
AASHTO is helping State DOTs and others make environmental stewardship and streamlining part of their mission and everyday activities.
by Constance M. Hill
Across the country, transportation projects play a critical role in revitalizing abandoned industrial properties.
by Gary Jensen
Emissions are on the decline, and efforts from the Federal to the local levels will help continue this trend.
by Alex Levy
The southeastern States share strategies to protect wildlife and fragile habitats.
by Cassandra Callaway Allwell
A step-by-step guide to practices that States employ to streamline the environmental review process.
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