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US 151 Fond du Lac Bypass Corridor Preservation Study - Environmental documents

Prairie Trail for multi-modal (i.e. bikes/pedestrians) transportation path paralleling US 151.

Environmental Assessment (EA)

An EA was required to complete this study and was signed Jan. 29, 2013.

Public hearing conducted March 11, 2013.

  • People were invited to attend and provide comments.
  • The hearing included individual private testimony, public testimony, and a formal presentation. 
  • Exhibits depicting proposed improvements were on display and available for review and discussion along with info. about land acquisitions, relocation assistance, and schedules for construction.

Table of contents

Basic sheets
  • Basic sheet 1, Signature sheet
  • Basic sheet 2, Purpose and need, alternatives
  • Basic sheet 3, Coordination
  • Basic sheet 4, Environmental factors matrix
  • Basic sheet 5, Alternatives comparison matrix
  • Basic sheet 6, Traffic summary matrix
  • Basic sheet 7, EIS significance criteria
  • Basic sheet 8, Environmental commitments
Factor sheets
  • A-1 General economics
  • A-2 Business evaluation
  • A-3 Agriculture evaluation

  • B-1 Community or residential evaluation
  • B-8 Section 4(f) and 6(f) or other Unique areas
  • B-9 Aesthetics evaluation

  • C-1 Wetlands evaluation
  • C-2 Rivers, streams, floodplains–De Neveu Creek
  • C-2 Rivers, streams, floodplains–East Branch of Fond du Lac River and Tributary
  • C-2 Rivers, streams, floodplains–Taycheedah Creek Floodplain
  • C-3 Lakes or other open water evaluation–US 41/US 151 Interchange ponds
  • C-5 Upland wildlife and habitat evaluation

  • D-2 Construction stage sound quality evaluation
  • D-3 Traffic noise evaluation
  • D-4 Hazardous substances or contamination evaluation

WisDOT environmental information

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Last modified: July 9, 2013

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