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
The Planning & Environment Linkage Program guide provides a framework for establishing measures that transportation agencies can utilize to develop their own measurement programs
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
Conclusion environmental and NEPA analysis?This guide is intended to serve as a resource for transportation agencies interested in measuring theirsuccesses in integrating transportation planning and environmental analysis.
Marcus Wilner, Director of Program Development
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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