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The Project Team coordinated with federal, state and local resource agencies during the planning and environmental phases of the project under the Section 6002 process. Input from Cooperating and Participating Agencies helped to define the purpose and need for the project, identify the range of bridge location alternatives and screen to the Preferred Action. Agency databases were used to assemble information about the existing environmental conditions in the project area. Feedback from these agencies helped identify issues from a wide variety of perspectives and is one of many elements considered during the decision-making process.
The Agency Coordination Plan describes how agency participation occurred during the NEPA process, summarized in the Environmental Assessment (EA). The EA is the documentation of the impacts that the project will have on the natural and human environment.
The following federal, state and local agencies participated during the NEPA process.
The Environmental Assessment summarizes all of the work that has gone into the Milton-Madison Bridge Project over the past two years. It recommends a course of action for the project and describes the social, economic, and environmental impacts.