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Welcome to the Environmental Review Toolkit
The Environmental Review Toolkit is a one-stop resource for information and updates about transportation and environment.

The Toolkit provides up-to-date information on transportation and environment policy, guidance, best practices, and training. View all highlights
Bridge Planning and Permitting graphic
FHWA recently completed a Memorandum of Agreement with the U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) and a multimodal Memorandum of Understanding with USCG, the Federal Transit Administration, and the Federal Railroad Administration to coordinate and improve bridge planning and permitting. View all highlights
Photograph of a lush green wetland overlaid with the RIBITS logo and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers logo
FHWA and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have produced an instructional recording for transportation users on how to use the Army Corps Regulatory In lieu fee and Bank Information Tracking System (RIBITS) to find mitigation credits for transportation projects. View all highlights
Go to the ESA Webtool
The ESA Webtool is an online tool to streamline the preparation of Biological Assessments and the consultation process under Section 7 of the Federal Endangered Species Act for projects where the Federal Highway Administration is the lead federal action agency. View all highlights
go to the Environmental Guidebook
The Environmental Guidebook provides up-to-date information on a variety of environmental and transportation planning topics to accelerate the delivery of transportation projects. View all highlights
go to RE:Nepa
Re:NEPA is the Federal Highway Administration's online "community of practice." Re:NEPA supports and encourages the open exchange of knowledge, information, experience, and ideas about the National Environmental Policy Act, related environmental issues, and transportation decisionmaking. View all highlights
go to Environmental Competency Building
The Environmental Competency Building Program provides a central source of information for transportation and environmental professionals to develop competency in the environmental disciplines required for their work. View all highlights
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Successes in Stewardship
Monthly Newsletter
Highlighting environmental streamlining practices around the country.
October 2014

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