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Manassas National Battlefield Bypass Draft Environmental Impact Statement

FHWA, in conjunction with NPS, proposes to close US Route 29 and VA Route 234 within the Manassas National Battlefield Park and to provide an alternative means of transportation for the traffic that is currently using those two routes within the Park. The closure is needed to enhance Park experience, improve historic preservation efforts, and allow for better Park operation and management. The Park experiences daily congestion within the center of the Park on both Routes 29 and 234, as well as heavy volumes of cut-through commuter traffic traversing some of the most sensitive historic resources in the Park.

This Draft Environment Impact Statement was published in 2005.
 
Document Content:
Draft EIS CoverDraft EIS Cover   (68.1 KB, PDF file)
Draft EIS Signature PageDraft EIS Signature Page   (140.3 KB, PDF file)
Draft EIS Executive SummaryDraft EIS Executive Summary   (218.7 KB, PDF file)
Draft EIS Table of ContentsDraft EIS Table of Contents   (51.4 KB, PDF file)
Draft EIS Chapter 1Draft EIS Chapter 1   (403.2 KB, PDF file)
Draft EIS Chapter 2Draft EIS Chapter 2   (1.2 MB, PDF file)
Draft EIS Chapter 3Draft EIS Chapter 3   (1.7 MB, PDF file)
Draft EIS Chapter 4 - part 1Draft EIS Chapter 4 - part 1   (2.9 MB, PDF file)
Draft EIS Chapter 4 - part 2Draft EIS Chapter 4 - part 2   (1.9 MB, PDF file)
Draft EIS Chapter 4 - part 3Draft EIS Chapter 4 - part 3   (1.5 MB, PDF file)
Draft EIS Chapter 4 - part 4Draft EIS Chapter 4 - part 4   (1.2 MB, PDF file)
Draft EIS Chapter 5Draft EIS Chapter 5   (23.1 KB, PDF file)
Draft EIS Chapter 6Draft EIS Chapter 6   (22.9 KB, PDF file)
Draft EIS Chapter 7Draft EIS Chapter 7   (71.1 KB, PDF file)
Draft EIS Chapter 8Draft EIS Chapter 8   (532.6 KB, PDF file)
Draft EIS ReferencesDraft EIS References   (76.8 KB, PDF file)
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