NCHRP Report 532: Effective Methods for Environmental Justice Assessment
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NCHRP Report 532:
Effective Methods for Environmental Justice Assessment
(2004)
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TRB's National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Report 532: Effective Methods for Environmental Justice Assessment is designed to enhance understanding and to facilitate consideration and incorporation of environmental justice into all elements of the transportation planning process, from long-range transportation systems planning through priority programming, project development, and policy decisions. The report offers practitioners an analytical framework to facilitate comprehensive assessments of a proposed transportation project's impacts on affected populations and communities.

Topics

  • Transportation — Planning and Forecasting
  • Transportation — Society
Contents

Table of Contents

skim chapter
Front Matter i-ix
Introduction 1-1
Environmental Justice Defined 2-3
The Role of Environmental Justice in Transportation Planning and Policy Development 4-5
Environmental Justice and Distributive Effects 6-7
Types of Effects Addressed 8-8
Understanding the Guidebook 9-11
Using the Guidebook 12-14
Relationship to Other Recent Publications 15-16
Resources 17-17
References 18-18
Overview 19-19
State of the Practice 20-21
Selecting an Appropriate Method of Analysis 22-23
Methods 24-54
Resources 55-55
References 56-57
State of the Practice 58-64
Methods 65-90
References 91-92
State of the Practice 93-98
Selecting an Appropriate Method of Analysis 99-99
Methods 100-114
Resources 115-115
References 116-117
State of the Practice 118-121
Selecting an Appropriate Method of Analysis 122-122
Methods 123-129
Resources 130-132
State of the Practice 133-133
Selecting an Appropriate Method of Analysis 134-135
Methods 136-157
Resources 158-158
References 159-161
Overview 162-163
State of the Practice Accessibility 164-165
Methods for Studying Accessibility 166-180
State of the Practice Transportation Choice 181-183
Methods for Studying Transportation Choice 184-190
Resources 191-191
References 192-193
State of the Practice 194-199
Selecting an Appropriate Method of Analysis 200-201
Methods 202-209
Resources 210-210
References 211-211
State of the Practice 212-212
Selecting an Appropriate Method of Analysis 213-213
Methods 214-222
Resources 223-224
References 225-225
Overview 226-226
State of the Practice 227-230
Selecting an Appropriate Method of Analysis 231-232
Methods 233-242
Resources 243-243
References 244-244
Overview 245-245
State of the Practice 246-256
Selecting an Appropriate Method of Analysis 257-258
Methods 259-267
References 268-268
State of the Practice 269-269
Selecting an Appropriate Method of Analysis 270-272
Methods 273-279
Additional Information 280-282
Resources 283-283
References 284-285
Overview 286-286
State of the Practice 287-287
Selecting an Appropriate Method of Analysis 288-290
Methods 291-296
References 297-298
Appendix A - Environmental Justice Regulations and Guidance 299-309
Appendix B - Implications of Recent Environmental Justice Case Law 310-313
Appendix C - Using Geographic Information Systems to Evaluate Environmental Justice 314-324
Appendix D - The Decennial Census as a Source of Data for the Analysis of Environmental Justice 325-340
Glossary 341-356
Abbreviations used without definitions in TRB publications 357-357

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