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ODOT-FHWA Endangered Species Act Consultation on the Federal-Aid Highway Program (FAHP) Programmatic

 
This programmatic covers the majority of transportation projects in Oregon that effect all federally listed aquatic species regulated by the National Marine Fisheries Service and the majority of terrestrial and plant species listed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
 
Please use the User's Guide for guidance on permit requirements and implementation processes. The 2012 Biological Opinion is available in the FAHP FTP folders, under Templates-Guidance (see links below), but should not be used independently as an implementation guide. Version 4 (January 2016) supersedes the previous guidance documents.
Guidance Webmap
FAHP-ESA Users Guide V4 animated-globe.gifFAHP Projects Map (TransGIS) 
Special Provision Excerpts
Templates      Links
FAHP ESA Initiation NMFS Biological Opinion
FAHP_ESA_Notification Form USFWS Biological Opinion
FAHP_ESA_Bridge Supplement Stormwater Manual
FAHP_ESA_Additional Info Hydraulics Manual
FAHP_ESA_Additional Stormwater Standardized SOW
FAHP_ESA_Change Form ADFG Blasting Guide
ODOT ENV_Construction Inspection
ODOT ENV Completion FAHP FTP Folders
FAHP  ESA  As Constructed Bridge Supplement ODOT Intranet Users
FAHP  ESA  Photograph Attachment​ External Access (Internet)
FAHP/ESA Training Videos​ ​

Module 1 - Introduction & Purpose (Combined with Modules 2, 3 & 4)

Module 9 - Fish Habitat Restoration

Module 2 - Programmatic Scope (Combined with Modules 1, 3 & 4)

Module 10 - Early Coordination

Module 3 - Roles & Responsibilities (Combined with Modules 1, 2 & 4)

Module 11 - Contract Specifications

Module 4 - General Design Standards (Combined with Modules 1, 2 & 3)

Module 12 & 13 - Online Tools

Module 5 - Fluvial Performance Standards

Module 7 - Removal, Installation and Hydroacoustics

Module 8 - Stormwater Management

 

 
 
Cash Chesselet
FAHP Coordinator &  Biologist
(503) 986-3707​
Tom Loynes
NMFS Liason
(503) 986-3742