Record of Decision

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A Record of Decision (ROD) in the United States is the formal decision document which is recorded for the public.

US EPA[edit]

In the United States Environmental Protection Agency, the Record of Decision (ROD) is a public document that explains the remediation plan for the clean up a Superfund site.

Federal Highway Administration[edit]

An ROD issued by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) signals formal federal approval of an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) or Environmental Assessment (EA) concerning a proposed highway project. The ROD authorizes the respective state transportation agency to proceed with design, land acquisition, and construction based on the availability of funds.

Federal Register[edit]

The ROD is announced in a Notice of Availability (NOA) in the US Government daily journal the Federal Register.

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