U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration
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FHWA Resource Center
Office of Innovation Implementation
FHWA Climate Resilience Interdisciplinary Team
Together, let's address climate and extreme weather challenges in our transportation systems through equitable, use-inspired solutions.
FHWA’s Resource Center (RC) has formed the Climate Resilience Interdisciplinary Team (CRIT) to prioritize and address climate and extreme weather-related impacts on transportation systems. Through training, technical assistance, and technology, CRIT will help you adapt your transportation system to prepare for changing climate conditions and withstand and quickly recover from disruptions.
In true interdisciplinary fashion, members of CRIT include representatives from each of the RC’s ten (10) technical service teams. By incorporating and operationalizing resilience into the transportation planning process and integrating climate change into project-level decisions and designs, CRIT can help you understand the vulnerabilities and adaptation options for transportation assets.
Download the CRIT Team Brochure or contact Laura Girard, Environmental Protection Specialist, RC's Environment, Air Quality, and Realty Team, to learn more.
FHWA Environmental Review Toolkit
Procedures for Abatement of Highway Traffic Noise and Construction Noise
Improving the Quality of Environmental Documents; Report of the Joint AASHTO/ACEC Committee in Cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration
AASHTO Practitioner Handbooks:
Federal Aid Essentials for Local Public Agencies
Mortgage Interest Differential Payment Calculators
The Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act of 1970 (Uniform Act)
Uniform Act Frequently Asked Questions
Fixed Residential Moving Cost Schedule (2015)
Real Estate Acquisition Guide for Local Public AgenciesRelocation Assistance Low Income Calculations
FHWA Realty Project Development Guide