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The service areas document, identify and assess potential impacts of ODOT projects and operations on the respective resource area, and provide expertise and training to ODOT:
NEPA Project Development and Permitting: NEPA documents for federally funded Projects and identification and coordination of required environmental mitigation and permits.
Community and Cultural Resources: such as historic properties, archeological sites, and consultation with Tribal Governments for traditional cultural properties, and others as required by federal laws like Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and executive orders, as well as community level impacts like Traffic Noise and Environmental Justice.
Natural Resources: waters/wetlands assessments, and other biological assessments to ensure compliance with federal laws such as Endangered Species Act, Clean Water Act, and executive orders.
Environmental Operations: to identify, assess, manage and mitigate environmental risk to ODOT from projects and operations from early project development through construction and into maintenance. This includes Hazardous Waste/Leaking Underground Storage Tank Assessments, remedial planning, and planned and emergency remedial actions; asbestos management in right-of-way clearance; facilities compliance, like UST compliance; administer the Radiological Safety Program; and well as ODOT’s Stormwater Management Program.