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Desk reference for estimating the indirect effects of proposed transportation projects

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National Academy Press , Washington, D.C
Highway engineering -- Environmental aspects -- United St
StatementLouis Berger Group, Inc..
SeriesNCHRP report -- 466
ContributionsLouis Berger Group., National Research Council (U.S.). Transportation Research Board., National Cooperative Highway Research Program.
The Physical Object
Pagination99 p. :
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Open LibraryOL18775580M
ISBN 100309067162
OCLC/WorldCa475328627

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FHWA's Environmental Guidebook webpage for Indirect and Cumulative Effects; FHWA's "Questions and Answers Regarding the Consideration of Indirect and Cumulative Impacts in the NEPA Process" NCHRP's Report "Desk Reference for Estimating Indirect Effects of Proposed Transportation Projects" Council on Environmental Quality Guidances.

As a result, the “Desk Reference for Estimating the Indirect Effects of Proposed Transportation Projects” (National Cooperative Highway Research Program [NCHRP], ) provides instructional course modules for potential use in a classroom or seminar presentation, but is useful for any person looking at how to study indirect effects.

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Department of Transportation environmental stewardship and transportation infrastructure project reviews. Two publications, NCHRP Report (Desk Reference for Estimating the Indirect Effects of Proposed Transportation Projects, ) and the CEQ’s Considering Cumulative Effects () have established stepwise frameworks for improving indirect impact analyses and cumulative impact environmental analysis could borrow from the.

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National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) ReportNational Academy Press, Washington, by: Indirect and Cumulative Impact Considerations in the NEPA Process.

National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP). Report Desk Reference for Estimating Indirect Effects of Proposed Transportation Projects. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Consideration of Cumulative Impacts in EPA Review of NEPA Documents.

In simpler terms, indirect costs are those costs not readily identified with a specific project or organizational activity but incurred for the joint benefit of both projects and other activities. Indirect costs are usually grouped into common pools and charged to benefiting objectives through an allocation process/indirect cost rate.

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