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Environmental Impact Statement; Davidson County, TN

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Environmental Impact Statement; Davidson County, TN

Wright B. Aldridge, Jr.
Federal Highway Administration
May 11, 1994

[Federal Register Volume 59, Number 90 (Wednesday, May 11, 1994)]
[Unknown Section]
[Page 0]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Printing Office [www.gpo.gov]
[FR Doc No: 94-11316]

[[Page Unknown]]

[Federal Register: May 11, 1994]


Federal Highway Administration


Environmental Impact Statement; Davidson County, TN

AGENCY: Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), DOT.

ACTION: Notice of intent.


SUMMARY: The FHWA is issuing this notice to advise the public that an 
environmental impact statement will be prepared for a proposed project 
in Nashville Tennessee.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Mr. Wright B. Aldridge, Jr., Planning, 
Environment and Research Engineer, Federal Highway Administration, 249 
Cumberland Bend Drive, Nashville, TN 37228; Telephone (615) 736-7106.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The FHWA, in cooperation with the Tennessee 
Department of Transportation and the City of Nashville will prepare an 
environmental impact statement (EIS) on a proposal to improve access 
through the Nashville Central Business District, extending from 
Interstate Route (I-40) and Demonbreun Street to Interstate Routes 24/
65 (I-24/65) and Shelby Avenue in Nashville, Tennessee. The proposed 
improvement would primarily use existing streets and would include the 
reconstruction of existing or construction of new structures over both 
the CSX Railroad and the Cumberland River, replacing the existing 
Demonbreun Street Viaduct and the Shelby Avenue Bridge, depending upon 
the choice of proposed alternatives. Improvements to the corridor are 
considered necessary to provide for both present and projected traffic 
    Options under consideration include (1) widening the existing 
corridor which includes the Demonbreun Street Viaduct, Demonbreun 
Street and the Shelby Avenue Bridge, and (2) utilizing other corridors 
south of the existing alignment and constructing new structures over 
the River and Rialroad. A total of four build alternatives are being 
    Letters describing the proposed action and soliciting comments were 
sent to appropriate federal, state and local agencies on April 12, 
1994. A public meeting soliciting comments on the included alternatives 
was held on March 3, 1994. A public hearing will be held at a future 
date. Public notice will be given of the time and place of this 
hearing. The Draft EIS will be available for public and agency review 
and comment. These activities are providing input regarding the scope 
of the EIS.
    To ensure that the full range of issues to this proposed action are 
addressed and all significant issues identified, comments and 
suggestions are invited from all interested parties. Comments and 
suggestions concerning the proposed action and the EIS should be 
directed to the FHWA at the address provided above. (Catalogue of 
Federal Domestic Assistance Program Number 20.205, Highway Research, 
Planning and Construction. The provisions of Executive Order 12372 
regarding state and local clearinghouse review of federal and federally 
assisted programs and projects apply to this program.)

    Issued on: April 25, 1994.
Wright B. Aldridge, Jr.,
Planning, Environment and Research Engineer, Tennessee Division, 
Nashville, Tennessee.
[FR Doc. 94-11316 Filed 5-10-94; 8:45 am]

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