Context Sensitive Solutions. FHWA Environmental Conference R. Keith Moore, FHWA Tuesday, June 29, 2004. This presentation includes:. A briefing of CSS Current FHWA efforts Implementation Strategies Efforts to monitor Criteria Training efforts Current Status of CSS.
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FHWA Environmental ConferenceR. Keith Moore, FHWATuesday, June 29, 2004
CSS is a collaborative approach to developing and redesigning transportation facilities that fit into their physical and humanenvironment while preserving the aesthetic, historic, community, and natural environmental values. CSS contributes to community, safety, and mobility.
Equals => involving the community and the players to complete projects right the first time
Context Sensitive Solutions
Color Code (map reference)
Level 4 Criteria (as set by the February 27, 2003 CSS/CSD Game Plan
Technical DOT Staff Training
Most Projects use
Early/continual/ interactive Public Involvement
Bob Walters (501) 569-2214
Design and Pre-Constr Staff
Strong public involvement
States where CSS training has occurred
To improve the environmental quality of transportation decision-making by September 30, 2007 all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico and the Federal Lands Highway Divisions will use:
For additional Information:
R. Keith Moore,