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US 51 Corridor Study (Stoughton-McFarland) - Environmental documents
DRAFT Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS)
- Spring 2014
- Draft EIS (DEIS) completion/published anticipated
- Public Hearing on DEIS anticipated
Coordination Plan (CP) and Impact Analysis Methodology (IAM)
Updated SAFETEA-LU section 6002 Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) Coordination Plan (CP) and final Impact Analysis Methodology (IAM) are available for public viewing.
The lead agencies for the project, WisDOT and the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) will use the CP document to interact with the public and other agencies and to inform the public and other agencies of how that interaction will be accomplished. The CP is meant to promote an efficient and streamlined process through coordination, scheduling, and early resolution of issues.
The purpose of the IAM is to communicate and document the lead agenciesí approach to analyzing impacts of the proposed transportation project. The IAM is intended to promote an efficient and streamlined process and early resolution of concerns or issues.
For questions regarding these documents, or to request a paper copy, contact:
Jeff Berens, WisDOT planning Engineer
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Last modified: Mar. 26, 2014
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