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Streamlining Environmental and Planning Processes (NCRST-SEPP)

NCRST - SEPP Research Results

Significant Results of the NCRST-SEPP research project will evolve over time and include materials over a broad range of categories covering a plurality of topics. Results will include information about workshops, synthesis reports, final project reports, presentations, journal publications, and other related project outcomes. This page will summarize results and provide a unified set of links to results for ease of access and distribution to communities of practitioners.

NCRST - SEPP Results Summary Table and Links

NCRST-SEPP Reports, Presentations, and Publications Link for access to synthesis reports, final reports, presentations, and publications.

Public Involvement and Geospatial TechnologiesLink for accessing information about the use of geospatial technologies and enhancing public involvement aspects of transportation project development processes.

Data Collection Link for access to information about data collection activities.

Resource Agency Involvement and Geospatial TechnologiesLink for accessing information about the use of geospatial technologies and enhancing resource agency involvement aspects of transportation project development processes.

GeoSpatial Analysis Applications Link for access to information about application needs, design, and results.

Corridor Analysis and Geospatial TechnologiesLink for accessing information about the use of geospatial technologies and enhancing transportation corridor analysis in transportation project development processes. This area considers spatial analysis for corridor alternatives generation and refinement as well as considering wildlife corridors or greenways that offer least cost paths to connect fragmented habitat.

Policy and Geospatial Technologies Link for accessing information about the use of geospatial technologies and policy-related aspects of transportation project development processes.

Wetlands/Hydrology and Geospatial TechnologiesThis link provides access to a varity of topic that include applications of geospatial data and analysis methods for estimating likelihood of wetlands occurrance, identifying areas potentially suitable for wetlands mitigation, presenting methods for screening potential wetlands mitigation areas for functional benefit, and presenting methods for rapidly estimating stream impacts for transportation environmental studied.

Planning and Geospatial Technologies Link for accessing information about the use of geospatial technologies and planning-related aspects of transportation project development processes.

Land Use Conditions Presents data and methods useful for evaluating land use conditions for application to transportation planning and environmental studies in project development.

Wildlife Habitat and Geospatial Technologies Link for accessing information about the use of geospatial technologies for analysis and imporved understanding of wildlife habitat as it relates of planning and environmental components of transportation project development processes.

Integrated Modeling and Geospatial TechnologiesPresents directions, results, and needs for data, methods, and technologies for integrated environmental, planning, transportation, and economic modeling in the transportation project development processes.

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