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Section 4(f) 1.5-day

This one and a half-day Section 4(f) workshop is designed for transportation and environmental professionals having a beginner to intermediate level of understanding of Section 4(f). The course provides an overview of NEPA, Section 106, and Section 4(f) and discusses the inter-relationships of these laws. Discussions and group exercises to explore the concepts of Section 4(f) eligibility, use, and alternatives analysis will be conducted. Programmatic Section 4(f) Evaluations and Section 4(f) findings of de minimis impacts will also be addressed.

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FHWA, State departments of transportation (including consultants acting on behalf of the State), Federal and State environmental resource agencies, local governments, and metropolitan planning organizations who participate in the transportation decisionmaking process. We strongly encourage the sponsoring organization to invite a mix of planning and environmental staff from these agencies.



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If you have any questions on the course content, or suggestions for the course, please contact David Grachen at 404-562-3668 or email:

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