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The Oregon Department of Transportation's Historic Resources Program balances the needs of the state transportation system with the protection and documentation of significant historic resources.
Regulatory compliance for transportation projects is the primary focus of the Historic Resources Program. ODOT Typically encounters four primary regulations during the course of its projects, although other regulations may be applicable.
Updating small town main streets can pose a challenge to balance the unique and original character of the town, with modern transportation design and planning.
Here are some strategies for finding a balance:
Oregon's Historic Bridge Field Guide
ODOT's Historic Resources Program, in coordination with the Bridge Preservation Program, developed the Oregon's Historic Bridge Field Guide that captures the known historic bridges in the state.
Additional Guidance Materials
Example 106 Documents
Example Baseline Report
NEPA Cultural Report
Section 4(f) Documents
ORS 358 Documentation
Section 106 Determination of Eligibility Forms
Statement of Work Templates
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