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I-94 East-West Corridor - Environmental documents
Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)
Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) Draft and Final EIS documents will be prepared. The EIS will document the need for proposed improvements, the alternatives considered to address the identified needs, and then present and discuss the impacts resulting from the reasonable range of alternatives being considered. A discussion of potential mitigation concepts will also be included, as will a summary of the coordination conducted with the public, interested stakeholders, and review agencies.
Environmental documentation is required by national and Wisconsin environmental policy acts for projects with potentially significant social, economic, natural resource and other impacts. The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is the lead agency for the EIS, which will be prepared in accordance with FHWA guidelines.
The EIS and study process is scheduled for completion August 2014.
- Draft Environmental Impact Statement- Alternatives Considered
- Draft Environmental Impact Statement- Purpose and Need
- Coordination Plan
- Impact Analysis Methodology
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Last modified: July 25, 2013
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