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Environmental programs - indirect and cumulative effects
- Council on Environmental Quality Regulations (CEQ)
- Considering cumulative effects under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) is intended to assist agencies with analyzing cumulative effects during the NEPA process. It includes general principles, common cumulative effects assessment methodologies, resources for additional information, and background data.
- FDM 25-1-1 socio-economic factors
- FDM 25-5-1 impact categories
- FDM 25-5-5 impacts on neighborhood and unity cohesion
- FDM 25-5-10 regional economic impacts
FDM 25-5-15 public and private development plans
- FDM 25-5-17 indirect and cumulative effects of projects
- FDM 25-10-1 impact identification (resource identification)
- FDM 25-15-1 impact evaluation (use of a community profile)
- FDM 25-15-5 adaptation of the community profile to screening worksheets
- FDM 25-20-1 impact mitigation
- WisDOT guidance for conducting an indirect effects analysis 2014
- WisDOT guidance for conducting a cumulative effects analysis 2007
- NCHRP Report 466 desk reference for estimating the indirect effects of proposed transportation projects
- AASHTO Practitioner's Handbook
- U.S. Department of Transportation environmental stewardship and transportation infrastructure project reviews
- Guidebook - NEPA project development and the environmental process
- Questions and answers regarding the consideration of indirect and cumulative impacts in the NEPA process (February 10, 2003) and FHWA's 2003 interim guidance using "Q and A" about indirect and cumulative impacts.
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