200 East Logan-Environmental Assessment

200 East EA

The 200 East Environmental Assessment (EA) has officially concluded. The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) recently completed its review of the EA and issued formal approval for Logan City to proceed with right-of-way acquisition, design, and construction of proposed improvements along 200 East between Center Street and 300 South in Logan.

FHWA’s approval comes in the form of a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI), a decision document outlining the selected alternative. The FONSI includes a summary of possible impacts from the implementation of the selected alternative, along with proposed mitigation measures to offset those impacts. All public comments received during the environmental study are addressed in the document.

The complete FONSI is available for public review at Logan City Hall (290 North 100 West) and on the Cache Metropolitan Planning Organization’s website: www.cachempo.org/200eastlogan. Right-of-way acquisition can begin by early summer with all acquisitions complete by the end of 2012. Final project design can begin by early spring and construction could begin as soon as 2013. Improvements will likely be phased as funds are available.

For additional information, please contact the project team:

Bill Young 
Logan City Engineer 
Rod Terry
UDOT Region One Project Manager

Signed Finding of No Significant Impact 

Public Comments on Final EA 

Table of contents 

Chapter 1-Purpose and Need 

Chapter 2-Alternatives

Chapter 3-Affected Environment, Environmental Consequences and Mitigation

Chapter 4-Section 4(f) Evaluation

Chapter 5-Comments and Coordination

Chapter 6-Reference Materials

Appendix A, Public Safety Memo

Appendix B, Traffic Study

Appendix C, Public Involvement Summary

Appendix D, Community Impact Assessment Report

Appendix E, Noise Assessment

Appendix F, Wetland Assessment

Appendix G, Biological Assessment

Appendix H, Agency Letters

Appendix I, Determination of Eligibility, and Finding of Effect

Appendix J, 4(f) Concurrence Letter

Appendix K, Memorandum of Agreement

Appendix L, Native American Letters


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