Based upon the Environmental Assessment (EA), additional information included in the FONSI document, and the Disposition of Public Comments for the Location and Design Public Hearing, FHWA concludes that the proposed project will not have a significant impact on the environment.
No additional NEPA documentation is required for this project. FHWA in cooperation with ARDOT identifies Alternative 2B as the Selected Alternative for the project. If, during design or construction, changes in laws or regulations occur that affect the project, or there are major design changes that result in greater impacts than those evaluated in this document, a reevaluation of this EA will be performed.
The Arkansas Department of Transportation has completed the assessment of the proposed project and the Federal Highway Administration issues a Finding of No Significant Impact for the 30 Crossing Project in Pulaski County, Arkansas.
This Environmental Assessment (EA) for 30 Crossing was prepared to:
If you have any difficulties downloading the EA and its appendices, please contact Jon Hetzel by emailinginfo@30Crossing.comfor assistance.
The Programmatic Agreement states that the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), Arkansas State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO), Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP), and Arkansas Department of Transportation (ARDOT) agree that FHWA shall ensure that stipulations are implemented in order to take into account the effects of the Project on historic properties, and that these stipulations shall govern the Project and all of its parts.
This PDF includes the following:
Click the link below for information on the July 2018 location and design public hearing. A summary report is available under meeting materials, including individual and standard responses to public comments. This report is also included in Appendix E of the Environmental Assessment.
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