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Category: Climate Change

AASHTO Comments on CEQ’s Proposed NEPA Revisions

The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials recently submitted a six-page comment letter to the Council on Environmental Quality or CEQ regarding proposed revisions to the National Environmental Policy Act

Multiple FHWA Funding Opportunities

The FHWA has a number of open funding opportunities which may be of interest. Applications are open for the first round the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s PROTECT Discretionary Grant Program. PROTECT

New Report on Small Town Evacuation Risks

A new analysis of 30,000 towns under 40,000 population identifies risks to evacuation from overcrowded roads or a lack of route options.  From StreetLight Data, the analysis used anonymous cell

Resilience and Transportation Planning

The Federal Highway Administration has released a new resource called Resilience in Transportation Planning, highlighting opportunities within the planning process to consider vulnerability of the transportation system to disruptions and

Georgetown Climate Center: Adaptation Resources

The Georgetown Climate Center has analyzed how transportation agencies are incorporating climate adaptation into projects in 100 cases from across the country.  Many of the documents come from state agencies

Primer on Climate Change and Transportation

The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) has prepared this primer on transportation and climate change as an introduction to the issue of climate change and its

Washington State DOT Climate Change Site

The Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) Climate Change website describes the steps WSDOT is taking to address climate change and includes tools, resources, and reports related to climate change.

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