Project-level Programmatic Agreements (PAs) streamline and expedite the environmental review process and provide departments of transportation with greater flexibility in decision making regarding adverse effects to historic properties and defining appropriate mitigation.
The TRB National Cooperative Highway Research Program's NCHRP Web-Only Document 311: Improving the Efficiency and Consistency of Section 106 Compliance for State DOTs: Strategies for Project-Level Programmatic Agreements provides state DOTs, FHWA, SHPOs, and Tribal Historic Preservation Officers with an analysis of the common challenges and successful practices related to the development and execution of project-level PAs.
A dataset is provided as supplemental to the report.
Table of Contents
|1. Project Approach||8-9|
|2. Results from the Survey and Interview Outreach||10-22|
|3. Analysis of Project-Level PAs||23-43|
|Appendix A. Full Questionnaire||45-47|
|Appendix B. PA Analysis Spreadsheet||48-54|
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