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e-CFR Data is current as of August 27, 2014

Title 23Chapter ISubchapter HPart 771


TITLE 23—Highways

CHAPTER I—FEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION, DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

SUBCHAPTER H—RIGHT-OF-WAY AND ENVIRONMENT

PART 771—ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT AND RELATED PROCEDURES

rule
§771.101
Purpose.
§771.103
[Reserved]
§771.105
Policy.
§771.107
Definitions.
§771.109
Applicability and responsibilities.
§771.111
Early coordination, public involvement, and project development.
§771.113
Timing of Administration activities.
§771.115
Classes of actions.
§771.117
FHWA categorical exclusions.
§771.118
FTA categorical exclusions
§771.119
Environmental assessments.
§771.121
Findings of no significant impact.
§771.123
Draft environmental impact statements.
§771.125
Final environmental impact statements.
§771.127
Record of decision.
§771.129
Re-evaluations.
§771.130
Supplemental environmental impact statements.
§771.131
Emergency action procedures.
§771.133
Compliance with other requirements.
§771.137
International actions.
§771.139
Limitations on actions.


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