General TAB

General TAB

General Tab Project, Cost Schedule, and Work Limits Roadway Character Design Criteria for Bridges Maintenance of Traffic During Construction Right-of-Way and Utility Involvement Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services Project Cost Schedule Work Limits C1 and C2 CEs Data for these CEs are completed in one tab

Specific data populated from Ellis: o o o o PID Project Sponsor ODOT District Funding Source Y/N dropdown for private funding STIP Reference #

o [3] Manually entered in text field Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services C1 Example [4] Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services

C2 Example [5] Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services D-Listed CEs Project Data Environmental Document Level Specific data populated from ELLIS o o

o o o [6] PID Project Name Project Sponsor ODOT District Funding Source Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services

D-Listed CEs Project Data Private and local public funding (Y/N) STIP Reference # o o o [7] Manually entered in text field Confirm the next phase is listed on the STIP (Y/N)

Confirm the current cost estimate meets requirements prior to CE approval (Y/N) Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services D-Listed CEs Project Data Project costs populated from Ellis o o o o Planning and Engineering

Right of Way Construction Other Interchange Modification/Justification Study (Y/ N) [8] Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services Work Limits Limits of Proposed Work

o o Populated from ELLIS Only displays for D-listed CEs Start and end points (SLM) and total work length (miles) are entered manually [9] Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services

General Tab EnviroNet [10] Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services General Tab EnviroNet [11] Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services C1 Project

Description Proposed Action o o Concise statement about proposed activities Indicate MPO/local public agency involvement Geographical setting

o [12] Location of the project Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services C2 Project Description Proposed Action o

o o Concise statement about proposed activities Discuss whether traffic will be maintained/detoured (Maintenance of Traffic) Discuss right-of-way and utility impacts Geographical setting o Location of the project

Include statement: The environmental document [13] and associated studies are being approved using (insert appropriate stage of design) Stage 1 Design. A copy of the plans are included in the project file. Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services D-Listed Project Description Proposed Action o

Concise statement about proposed activities Geographical setting o Location of the project Include statement: The environmental document and associated studies are being approved using (insert appropriate stage

of design) Stage 1 Design. A copy of the plans are included in the project file. [14] Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services Roadway Character Roadway Character Not included for C1 and C2 D-Listed CEs: o

o o [16] Select Functional Classification (dropdown) Based on type of service provided Enter ADT (Average Daily Traffic) Current and Design Year Enter Daily Hourly Volume Proportion of traffic moving in the peak direction during the design hour Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services

Roadway Character Truck percentage (% of total traffic) Setting and topography o [17] Select appropriate answer from dropdown menu Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services Roadway Character

Existing and Proposed Design Criteria o o Design speed Speed facility is designed to accommodate Legal speed Posted speed limit Number and type of lanes o

Through or two-way left-turn lane (TWLTL) Pavement, shoulder, median & sidewalk width o [18] Existing and required width per L&D manual Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services General Tab EnviroNet

[19] Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services Design Criteria for Bridges Design Criteria for Bridges Does not display if project does not involve bridges Populated from Ellis o Sufficiency and General rating o Date constructed

o Bridge location o Bridge type, length, and number of main spans o Load restrictions Proposed data is entered manually Answer drop-down appropriately (#53) [21] Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services o General Tab EnviroNet

[22] Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services General Tab EnviroNet [23] Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services Maintenance of Traffic During Construction

Remarks Discuss proposed/anticipated closures and detours o Include references to specific applicable policies If MOT substantially impacts sensitive environmental resources, discuss accordingly Discuss how proposed MOT will impact entities [25]

that serve the community o EMS, fire, police, schools, public facilities, etc. o Discuss coordination/PI activities that were Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services Remarks Indicate how public entities will be kept updated o Advanced notice is required for complex MOT List environmental commitments (#66)

o [26] Answer yes to generate table Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services Example Maintenance of traffic will be handled in four phases: During Phase 1, SR 999 north of the intersection with SR 45 will be closed to accommodate reconstruction. The detour will be SR 328 to US 25 to SR 999 (MOT will be finalized in Stage 3 Design). Special provisions will be made for property owners along SR 999 to access

residences. One residential property has two driveways, therefore, at least one drive will be available at all times during construction. During Phases 2 and 3, the SR 999/SR 45 intersection will be reconstructed and traffic will be maintained with part width and signals. During Phase 4, SR 999 south of the intersection will be closed to accommodate reconstruction. The detour will be SR 328 to US 25 to SR 999. There are no through-traffic dependent businesses or festivals that require special accommodations or provisions. Emergency vehicles, public services, and schools will utilize township and county roads. A press release will be issued 15 days in advance of the start of [27] Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services

construction activities. General Tab EnviroNet [28] Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services Right-of-Way and Utility Involvement Right-of-Way

Include approximate acquisition figures (acreage) o Permanent and temporary ROW o Permanent and temporary Easements o Number of parcels impacted In remarks, indicate type of impacts and location o Strip takes o Easements or work agreements o Impacts to residences, businesses, etc. Include Categorical Exclusion Training

Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services environmental commitments [30] (no Utility Involvement Answer utility drop-downs List specific utilities impacted

Utility coordination initiated during NEPA, but typically on-going throughout design [31] Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services Example Estimated right-of-way is based on preliminary drawings and construction limits. Approximately 10.25 acres (12 parcels from 9 owners) is expected to be acquired from land owners in Westmoreland County and 4.045 acres (62 parcels from 55 owners) is expected to be acquired from land

owners in Eastern County. Strip right-of-way of approximately 1.85 acres will be acquired from Madison Park, which is owned by the MetroParks of Westmoreland County. All utilities shown on the project plans or identified during project construction will be relocated or adjusted by the owner of the utility. The project may require the relocation of the following utilities: electric, gas, telephone, water, cable, and sewer. All utility work shall be coordinated between the contractor and the utility owners in such a way as to avoid and/or minimize any inconvenience to potentially affected customers. All utility work not included in this contract shall be performed by the affected utility owner or its contractor and will be compliant with ODOT roadway design standards. Utility work will be ongoing throughout construction of the project. [32]

Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services General Tab EnviroNet [33] Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services General Tab EnviroNet [34] Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services

Project File General Documentation can include: o o o o o o USGS Topo Quad Map County Map Aerial Map

Photographs Right-of-Way Plan Sheets Stage 1, 2, and 3 Design Plans Follow ODOT NEPA File Management and Documentation Guidance [35] Categorical Exclusion Training Class Presented by the Office of Environmental Services

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