Planning and Environment Linkages Program. OARC January 22, 2010 Noel Mehlo – FHWA Ohio Division.
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OARC January 22, 2010
Noel Mehlo – FHWA Ohio Division
23 CFR 450 and 318 encourages the integration of the information, products and decisions developed during transportation planning into the NEPA process including:
Quality of Life
Step 1: Define program goals and objectives
Step 2: Develop a set of metrics to demonstrate results toward reaching the defined goals and objectives
Step 3: Assess baseline and develop targets
Step 4: Measure and report results
ConclusionThis guide is intended to serve as a resource for transportation agencies interested in measuring theirsuccesses in integrating transportation planning and environmental analysis.
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The Transportation Planning Process: Key Issues A Briefing Book for Transportation Decision-makers, Officials, and Staffhttp://www.planning.dot.gov/documents/briefingbook/bbook.htm#9BB
FHWA Planning and Environment Linkages:www.environment.fhwa.dot.gov/integ/index.asp#benefits