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Environmental Documents and Projects

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The National Environmental Policy Act is a federal law enacted by Congress in 1969. It is the umbrella under which different types of environmental studies are conducted to determine the impacts a proposed project may have on the human-made environment, the natural environment, and prehistoric and historic cultural resources. The NEPA process relates to many other federal, state and local environmental laws intended to protect, preserve or improve natural and human environments.  

2019 Summit on Wildlife Considerations in Transportation and Community Planning  

I-15 Tropicana Project Environmental Assessment (EA)

I-515/Charleston Boulevard Interchange Environmental Assessment (EA)

Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS) and record of decision I-80/I-580/US395 Reno Spaghetti Bowl interchange Reconstruction Project

Pyramid Highway US 395 Connection Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS)

SR 160 Corridor Improvement: SR 159 to Mountain Springs

I-15 Improvements, US-95 to Apex

I-15 South Corridor Improvement, Sloan Road to Tropicana Avenue 

US 95 Northwest, Washington Avenue to Kyle Canyon Road

 Boulder City Bypass

Project NEON

Programmatic Agreements and Policy Documents

Noxious Weed Management Checklist/Plan (Permits Only)

NDOT NOA & Erionite Commercial Import Material Clearance Guidance July 2019 

 Environmental Program Procedures Guide

(Re)Connecting Wild

 Poster2ReConnecting the Wild

 This video highlights the wildlife crossing structures that cross over and under US 93 and I-80 to reduce deer-vehicle collisions.  During spring and fall migrations, thousands of mule deer move over the landscape to reach their summer and winter grounds. These movements put them in the path of traveling motorists creating a safety risk to both humans and wildlife.  The crossing structures have practically eliminated deer-vehicle collisions in these areas and provided safe passages for wildlife to navigate Nevada roads. This video is filmed and produced by Jake Willers at NineCaribou Productions.

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This documentary would not have been possible without the help of our partners at ARC Solutions. ARC Solutions is an interdisciplinary network that promotes solutions to improve human safety, wildlife mobility and landscape connectivity by fostering innovation in the placement, design and construction of wildlife crossings. For more information visit

This film has been selected for the following ten film festivals: 

This film has also been translated and screened on national television in Romania. 

Mule Deer Migration

Video shot and produced by Tim Torell.


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