TRB’s second Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP 2) S2-C06-RW-4: Manager’s Guide to the Integrated Ecological Framework is designed to provide a basic understanding of the Integrated Ecological Framework (IEF), a nine-step process for integrating ecological and transportation planning. It presents information about the relevant stakeholders and types of expertise needed to help ensure positive transportation infrastructure and conservation outcomes.
The guide also includes updates to earlier documents developed for the C06 project. The guide is available in electronic format only.
The guide is part four of a four-volume set. Other volumes in the set include:
A supplemental report, Integrated Ecological Framework Outreach Project, documents the techniques used to disseminate the project's results into practitioner communities and provides technical assistance and guidance to those agencies piloting the products.
Each step of the IEF is supported by a database of case studies, data, methods, and tools. The IEF is available through the Transportation for Communities – Advancing Projects through Partnerships (TCAPP) website. TCAPP will be re-launched at a future date as “PlanWorks” by the Federal Highway Administration.
Table of Contents
|ACRONYMS AND ABBREVIATIONS||1-2|
|2 THE INTEGRATED ECOLOGICAL FRAMEWORK AT A GLANCE||7-12|
|3 OVERVIEW OF THE IEF PROCESS||13-28|
|4 PRACTICAL CONSIDERATIONS||29-32|
|5 UPDATES TO THE IEF||33-36|
|A--DETAILED UPDATES TO THE IEF||53-64|
|RELATED SHRP 2 RESEARCH||65-66|
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