Environmental

US 395 - North Spokane Corridor - Environmental & Project Benefits

The North Spokane Corridor is being developed under Federal Highway Administration guidelines.  The original environmental documentation for the project was completed in 1997 in the form of a Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS).  In 2000 the FEIS was modified and a Final Supplemental Environmental Statement (FSEIS) was presented for public comment and hearing.  Several changes have occurred to the project as defined in the FEIS and FSEIS, these are defined in Environmental Reevaluation documents.  The chapters of these documents are available for reading below:

 

North Spokane Freeway - Final Environmental Impact Statement and Section 4(f) Evaluation (pdf 30 mb)

North Spokane Freeway - Access Point Decision Report - September 1998 (pdf 3.1 mb)

North Spokane Corridor - Final Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement (pdf 19.4 mb)

North Spokane Corridor - Environmental Reevaluation for US 2 Profile Change (pdf 18 mb)

North Spokane Corridor - Environmental Reevaluation for Lincoln Road to Hawthorne Road (pdf 5 mb)

North Spokane Corridor - Phase 1 Spokane River to Francis/Freya Redesign - NEPA Reevaluation (pdf 22 mb)

North Spokane Corridor - Environmental Classification Summary - Francis to Farwell Southbound Additional Lanes (pdf 418 kb)

North Spokane Corridor - Signed Environmental Classification Summary - Francis to Farwell Southbound Additional Lanes (pdf 218 kb)

NSC-2000 Final Supplemental EIS Record of Decision (pdf 4.8 mb)