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Cover
Title Page
Summary
Summary Comparison of Impacts
Table of Contents/List of Tables/List of Figures/List of Appendices

Section 1 – Purpose and Need for Proposed Actions

Figure 1-1 US 24 Regional Setting and Study Area
Figure 1-2 Traffic Study Sections

Section 2 – Alternatives

Table 2-4 Resource Summary by Link
Table 2-5 Comparison of Alternative Corridor Segments
Figure 2-1 Fort-to-Port Highway Corridor Alternatives
Figure 2-2 Resource Inventory
Figure 2-4 Preliminary Alternatives
Figure 2-5 Proposed Feasible Alternatives Corridors
Figure 2-6 Alternative Corridors for Detailed Evaluation
Figure 2-7.1 Proposed Feasible Alternative Segments (sheet 1)
Figure 2-7.2 Proposed Feasible Alternative Segments (sheet 2)
Figure 2-8 Feasible Alternatives
Figure 2-9 Final Alternatives Considered
Figure 2-10 Refinements to Preferred Alternative
Figure 2-11.1 Preferred Alternative with Refinements
Figure 2-11.2 Preferred Alternatives with Refinements

Section 3 – Affected Environment and Environmental Consequences

Table 3-62 Comparison of Impacts by Alternatives
Figure 3-2.1 Ecological Resources (sheet 1)
Figure 3-2.2 Ecological Resources (sheet 2)
Figure 3-3.1 Prime and Unique Farmland (sheet 1)
Figure 3-3.2 Prime and Unique Farmland (sheet 2)
Figure 3-4.1 Agricultural Districts (sheet 1)
Figure 3-4.2 Agricultural Districts (sheet 2)
Figure 3-5.1 Feasible Alternatives (or Build Alternatives) & Potential Hazardous Containment Sites (sheet 1)
Figure 3-5.2 Feasible Alternatives (or Build Alternatives) & Potential Hazardous Containment Sites (sheet 2)
Figure 3-6.1 Existing Land Use (sheet 1)
Figure 3-6.2 Existing Land Use (sheet 2)
Figure 3-7.1 Parks and Recreation Areas (sheet 1)
Figure 3-7.2 Parks and Recreation Areas (sheet 2)
Figure 3-8.1 Archaeological Sites Recommended for Further Study (sheet 1)
Figure 3-8.2 Archaeological Sites Recommended for Further Study (sheet 2)
Figure 3-9.1 Properties Eligible for the National Register of Historic Places (sheet 1)
Figure 3-9.2 Properties Eligible for the National Register of Historic Places (sheet 2)
Figure 3-10.1 Section 4(f) Resources (sheet 1)
Figure 3-10.2 Section 4(f) Resources (sheet 2)

Section 4 - Comments and Coordination

Appendices

Appendix A - List of Preparers
Appendix B - Distribution List
Appendix C - Coordination Correspondence

C.1 and C.2 – Agency Coordination
C.3 - Concurrence Point No. 1 Correspondence
C.4 - Other Agency Coordination – Letters Received Subsequent to Concurrence Point No. 1
C.5 - Agency Coordination Point No. 2
C.6 - Other Agency Coordination – Letters Received Subsequent to Concurrent Point No. 2
C.7 - Agency Coordination Evaluation of Refinements to Preferred Alternative
C.8 - Correspondence Relative to Conservation Easements
C.9 - Air Quality Analysis Exemption Letter

Appendix D - Tribal Coordination Correspondence
Appendix E - Memorandum of Agreement with SHPO
Appendix F - Index of Technical Reports
Appendix G - Glossary
Appendix H - Bibliography of Data Sources
Appendix I - List of Acronyms
Appendix J - Metric Conversions Chart
Appendix K - Cultural Resources Sites
Appendix L - Farmland Conversion Impact Rating Form AD-1006
Appendix M - Potential Contaminated Sites