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[47 Pa.B. 3465]
[Saturday, June 17, 2017]

 Under section 2002(b) of The Administrative Code of 1929 (71 P.S. § 512(b)) establishing the Department of Transportation (Department), the Deputy Secretary of Highway Administration, as delegated by the Secretary of Transportation, makes the following written findings:

 The Department is planning to construct the following projects. Environmental and Section 4(f) Documentation have been developed for the following identified projects to evaluate the potential environmental impacts caused by these projects. The Section 4(f) documents also serve as the Section 2002 Evaluation. The approved documents are available in the Categorical Exclusion Expert System at http://www.dotdom2.state.pa.us/ceea/ceeamain.nsf. The environmental, economic, social and other effects of the proposed projects have been considered. Based upon studies, there is no feasible and prudent alternative to the use of the Section 2002 resources for the proposed identified projects, and all reasonable steps have been taken to minimize the effects.

• SR 0026, Section 13B—Hopewell Township, Bedford County.

Project Description: The proposed project will involve replacing four single span structures over tributaries to Yellow Creek with new precast box culverts. The project is located approximately 5 miles west of Hopewell, PA near the intersection of SR 0026 and SR 0036. Three of the culverts are located along SR 0026 and one is located along SR 0036.

Environmental Documents: Level 1b Categorical Exclusion Reevaluation, approved on February 3, 2017, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Historic Properties, approved on January 25, 2017.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resource: The new bridge will require approximately 0.174 acre of right-of-way (ROW), 0.031 acre of drainage easement and 0.543 acre of temporary construction easement from the 84-acre Henry Clapper Farm property that was determined eligible for the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) in 2014 under Criterion A for Agriculture.

• SR 0030, Section P30—Forest Hills Borough, Allegheny County.

Project Description: The Department through the P3 Rapid Bridge Replacement Project (RBRP) proposes to replace the SR 0030, Section P30 bridge over Falls Run. The project also includes updating guiderail, improving drainage, and milling and overlaying the approaches. Minor profile adjustments along the roadway approaches are also anticipated.

Environmental Documents: Bridge and Roadway Programmatic Agreement (BRPA) Categorical Exclusion Reevaluation, approved on November 8, 2016, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Public Parks, Recreation Areas, Wildlife and/or Waterfowl Refuges, State Forest Land and State Game Land document, approved on October 7, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resources: The new bridge will require approximately 0.04 acre of ROW and 0.37 acre of temporary construction easement from the 23.23-acre Forest Hills Park that qualifies as a Section 4(f)/Section 2002 resource.

• SR 0034, Section 000—Menallen Township, Adams County.

Project Description: The Department through the P3 RBRP proposes to replace the SR 0034, Section 000 (Carlisle Road) bridge over Opossum Creek. The project also includes updating guiderail, improving drainage, and milling and overlaying the approaches. Minor profile adjustments along the roadway approaches are also anticipated.

Environmental Documents: Level 2 Categorical Exclusion Reevaluation, approved on February 21, 2017, and a Final Individual Section 4(f) Evaluation, approved on October 7, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resources: The Northern Adams County Fruitbelt Historic District is eligible for the NRHP for its significance in agriculture, particularly fruit growing. Approximately 0.06 acre of ROW and 0.16 acre of temporary construction easement will be needed from the 209 Aspers Bendersville Road property within the Northern Adams County Fruitbelt Historic District.

• SR 0036, Section 07S—South Woodbury Township, Bedford County.

Project Description: The project involves correcting substandard superelevation horizontal curvature, improving the SR 0036 and SR 0869 (Brumbaugh Road) intersection, improving substandard vertical geometry, improving substandard geometry for the T-594 (Mountain View Drive) intersection, widening the roadway to improve safety in various locations, and adding a center-turn lane and new ingress and egress to the Northern Bedford County School District. The replacement of the SR 0036 bridge over Three Springs Run will also be a component of the project.

Environmental Documents: Level 1b Categorical Exclusion Reevaluation, approved on September 28, 2016, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Historic Properties, approved on July 7, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resource: The project will require approximately 0.0113 acre of ROW and 0.0158 acre of temporary construction easement from the John Snider House property that was determined eligible for the NRHP in 2013.

• SR 0127, Section B00—Triumph Township and Borough of Tidioute, Warren County.

Project Description: The Department through the P3 RBRP proposes to replace the SR 0127, Section B00 bridge over Gordon Run. The project also includes updating guiderail, improving drainage, and milling and overlaying the approaches. Minor profile adjustments along the roadway approaches are also anticipated.

Environmental Documents: Level 1b Categorical Exclusion Reevaluation, approved on November 14, 2016, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Public Parks, Recreation Areas, Wildlife and/or Waterfowl Refuges, State Forest Land and State Game Land document, approved on September 30, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resources: The new bridge will require approximately 0.05 acre of ROW and 0.02 acre of temporary construction easement from the 992-acre State Game Lands # 309 that qualifies as a Section 4(f)/Section 2002 resource.

• SR 0155, Section A02—Annin Township, McKean County.

Project Description: The Department through the P3 RBRP proposes to replace the SR 0155, Section A02 (Turtle Point-Larabee Road Bridge) over Rock Run on the existing alignment. The proposed project will replace the deteriorating structure, update guiderail, improve drainage, and mill and overlay the approaches. Minor profile adjustments along the roadway approaches are anticipated.

Environmental Documents: BRPA Categorical Exclusion Reevaluation, approved on February 22, 2017, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Public Parks, Recreation Areas, Wildlife and/or Waterfowl Refuges, State Forest Land and State Game Land document, approved on September 7, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resource: The new bridge will require approximately 0.09 acre of ROW from the approximately 4.4-acre Turtle Point Community Park that qualifies as a Section 4(f)/Section 2002 resource.

• SR 0220, Section 174—Picture Rocks Borough, Lycoming County.

Project Description: The project involves milling and overlaying along with addressing drainage concerns in the Borough of Picture Rocks. The drainage improvements include clearing brush and debris at a pipe outlet, acquiring a private access easement and constructing a paved drive, inlet replacement and installation of concrete curbing along Center Street.

Environmental Documents: BRPA Categorical Exclusion Evaluation, approved on January 6, 2017, and a Nationwide/Programmatic Section 4(f) Evaluation for Minor Involvements with Historic Sites, approved on January 4, 2017.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resource: The project is located within the Picture Rocks Historic District, determined to be eligible for the NRHP. The Sheets property and adjacent Rishel property are contributing to the historic district. As part of addressing drainage concerns, the driveway on the Sheets property needs to be relocated. A private access easement is required on the Rishel property to construct the new driveway.

• SR 0234, Section 001—Franklin and Menallen Township, Adams County.

Project Description: The Department through the P3 RBRP proposes to replace the SR 0234, Section 001 bridge over Conewago Creek. The project also includes updating guiderail, improving drainage, and milling and overlaying the approaches. Minor profile adjustments along the roadway approaches are also anticipated.

Environmental Documents: Level 2 Categorical Exclusion Evaluation, approved on November 30, 2016, and a Nationwide/Programmatic Section 4(f) Evaluation for Projects that Necessitate the Use of Historic Bridges, approved on August 15, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resources: The Northern Adams County Fruitbelt Historic District is eligible for the NRHP for its significance in agriculture, particularly fruit growing. A total of 0.22 acre of temporary construction easement will be needed from two properties within the historic district, including 0.21 acre from the Cole Brothers parcel and 0.01 acre from the 1507 Narrow Road parcel.

• SR 0285, Section B08—North Shenango Township, Crawford County.

Project Description: The Department through the P3 RBRP proposes to replace the SR 0285, Section B08 bridge over Bennett Run. The project also includes updating guiderail, improving drainage, and milling and overlaying the approaches. Minor profile adjustments along the roadway approaches are also anticipated.

Environmental Documents: BRPA Categorical Exclusion Reevaluation, approved on November 9, 2016, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Public Parks, Recreation Areas, Wildlife and/or Waterfowl Refuges, State Forest Land and State Game Land document, approved on September 30, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resources: The new bridge will require approximately 0.04 acre of ROW and 0.24 acre of temporary construction easement from the 9,661-acre State Game Lands # 214 that qualifies as a Section 4(f)/Section 2002 resource.

• SR 0288, Section L03—Wayne Township, Lawrence County.

Project Description: The proposed project involves the replacement of the SR 0288, Section L03 (Wampum Avenue) bridge over a CSX railroad corridor on a new adjacent alignment. The project also includes updating signing and pavement markings.

Environmental Documents: Level 1B Categorical Exclusion Reevaluation, approved on October 4, 2016, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Historic Properties, approved on September 15, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resources: The new bridge will require approximately 0.482 acre of ROW and 1.239 acres of temporary construction easement from the railroad corridor owned by CSX. Also required is 0.187 acre of aerial easement, 0.080 acre of ROW to be converted to aerial easement, 0.025 acre of drainage easement and 0.088 acre to be vacated. The railroad is eligible for listing on the NRHP that qualifies as Section 4(f)/Section 2002 resource.

• SR 0390, Section 01B—Barrett Township, Monroe County.

Project Description: The proposed project consists of the replacement of the existing bridge superstructure, rehabilitation of the bridge substructure and reconstruction of the approach roadway.

Environmental Documents: ED BRPA Categorical Exclusion Reevaluation, approved on October 19, 2016, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Historic Properties, approved on September 16, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f) Resource: The proposed project will require 0.166 acre from the NRHP eligible Sky Top Lodges property for drainage and slope protection.

• SR 0422, Section 29A—Muddy Creek and Worth Townships, Butler County.

Project Description: The Department proposes to construct a new connector road, SR 4017, between westbound SR 0422 and North Shore Drive, and a new loop ramp, SR 8002/Ramp L, from eastbound SR 0422 to West Park Road. Additionally, the SR 4017 connector will replace the SR 8022/Ramp J bridge over Muddy Creek. This project will also include the lengthening of the SR 0422 left-turn lane to Interstate 79 (SR 0079) NB, requiring construction of SR 0422 near and adjacent to the West Park Road overpass. A new signal will be installed at the access ramp of SB SR 0079 and SR 0422.

Environmental Documents: Level 2 Categorical Exclusion Reevaluation, approved on March 2, 2017, and two Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Parks, Recreation Areas, Wildlife and/or Waterfowl Refuges, State Forest Land and State Game Land, approved on September 1, 2016, and February 24, 2017.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resources: The project will require approximately 2.73 acres of permanent park land and 0.85 acre of temporary park land from the 16,725-acre Moraine State Park. The North Country National Scenic Trail (NCNST), adjacent to Ramp J, will have 175 lineal feet removed with the removal of the existing bridge over Muddy Creek. The NCNST independently relocated their trail and a new pedestrian bridge was completed in early August 2016. Both Moraine State Park and NCNST qualify as Section 4(f)/Section 2002 resource.

• SR 0462, Section 000—Lancaster Township, Lancaster County.

Project Description: The Department through the P3 RBRP proposes to replace the SR 0462, Section 000 bridge over Little Conestoga Creek. The project also includes updating guiderail, improving drainage, and milling and overlaying the approaches. Minor profile adjustments along the roadway approaches are also anticipated.

Environmental Documents: Level 1b Categorical Exclusion Evaluation, approved on December 8, 2016, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Public Parks, Recreation Areas, Wildlife and/or Waterfowl Refuges, State Forest Land and State Game Land document, approved on July 28, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resources: The new bridge will require approximately 0.03 acre of ROW from the 5-acre Maple Grove Park, which is a township park that qualifies as Section 4(f)/Section 2002 resource.

• SR 1004, Section 000—Stoneycreek Township and Shanksville Borough, Somerset County.

Project Description: The Department through the P3 RBRP proposes to replace the SR 1004, Section 000 bridge over Rhoads Creek. The project also includes updating guiderail, improving drainage, and milling and overlaying the approaches. Minor profile adjustments along the roadway approaches are also anticipated.

Environmental Documents: BRPA Categorical Exclusion Reevaluation, approved on November 9, 2016, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Public Parks, Recreation Areas, Wildlife and/or Waterfowl Refuges, State Forest Land and State Game Land, approved on September 28, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resource: The new bridge will require approximately 0.039 acre of ROW and 0.129 acre of temporary construction easement from the 17.5-acre Shanksville-Stonycreek Recreational Park, which is a township park that qualifies as a Section 4(f)/Section 2002 resource.

• SR 1004, Section A01—Fayette Township, Juniata County.

Project Description: The Department through the P3 RBRP proposes to replace the SR 1004, Section A01 bridge over Little Lost Creek on the existing alignment. The proposed project will replace the deteriorating structure, update guiderail, improve drainage, and mill and overlay the approaches. Minor profile adjustments along the roadway approaches are anticipated.

Environmental Documents: BRPA Categorical Exclusion Reevaluation, approved on November 8, 2016, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Historic Properties, approved on October 11, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resource: The project will require approximately 0.007 acre of permanent ROW acquisition and a temporary construction easement totaling 0.02 acre from the boundary of the NRHP eligible North D. and Frances A. Shellenberger House, to accommodate bridge and roadway widening and wing walls.

• SR 1013, Section 16B—Tyrone Township, Blair County.

Project Description: The project consists of replacing the existing culvert with a reinforced precast concrete box culvert carrying traffic on SR 1013 (Kettle Road) over Sinking Run. The project will also include minor roadway approach work such as roadway paving and miscellaneous roadway drainage work as required.

Environmental Documents: ED BRPA Categorical Exclusion Evaluation, approved on September 26, 2016, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Historic Properties, approved on September 23, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/Resource: The project will require approximately 0.08 acre of ROW acquisition and 0.15 acre of temporary construction easements within the NRHP eligible Sinking Valley Rural Historic District. The project will also require approximately 0.08 acre of ROW acquisition and 0.14 acre of temporary construction easements from the NRHP eligible Shoenberger property.

• SR 1013, Section 17B—Tyrone Township, Blair County.

Project Description: The project consists of replacing the existing culvert with a reinforced precast concrete box culvert carrying traffic on SR 1013 (Kettle Road) over Sinking Run. The project will also include minor roadway approach work such as roadway paving and miscellaneous roadway drainage work as required.

Environmental Documents: ED Level 1b Categorical Exclusion Evaluation, approved on December 14, 2016, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Historic Properties, approved on November 22, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resource: The project will require approximately 0.21 acre of required ROW and 0.15 acre of temporary construction easement from the NRHP eligible Sinking Valley Rural Historic District.

• SR 1013, Section 18B—Tyrone Township, Blair County.

Project Description: The project consists of replacing the existing culvert with a reinforced precast concrete box culvert carrying traffic on SR 1013 (Kettle Road) over Sinking Run. The project will also include minor roadway approach work such as roadway paving and miscellaneous roadway drainage work as required.

Environmental Documents: ED BRPA Categorical Exclusion Evaluation, approved on October 20, 2016, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Historic Properties, approved on October 18, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resource: The project will require approximately 0.13 acre of required ROW and 0.22 acre of temporary construction easement from the NRHP eligible Sinking Valley Rural Historic District.

• SR 1015, Section RAD—Radnor Township, Delaware County.

Project Description: The project involves total reconstruction of approximately 280 feet of SR 1015 (Darby-Paoli Road) and the bridge over Wigwam Run between Saw Mill Road and Newtown Road.

Environmental Documents: Level 2 Categorical Exclusion Reevaluation, approved on November 17, 2016, two Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Historic Properties documents, approved on September 22, 2015, and two Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Public Parks, Recreation Areas, Wildlife and/or Waterfowl Refuges, State Forest Land and State Game Land documents, approved on October 6, 2015.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resources: The project will require approximately 0.073 acre of ROW acquisition and 0.039 acre of temporary construction easements from the 360-acre NRHP eligible Ardrossan Estate, approximately 0.026 acre of ROW acquisition and 0.016 acre of temporary construction easements within the 47.485-acre NRHP eligible Rose Garland/Willow property, approximately 0.026 acre of ROW and 0.016 acre of temporary construction easement from the 47-acre Willows Park, which is a township park that qualifies as Section 4(f)/Section 2002 resource, and approximately 0.12 acre of ROW and 0.02 acre of temporary construction easement from the 93-acre Shunk Hollow Park, which is a township park that qualifies as Section 4(f)/Section 2002 resource.

• SR 1055, Section 000—Dunbar Township, Fayette County.

Project Description: The Department through the P3 RBRP proposes to replace the SR 1055, Section 000 bridge over Trucker Run. The project also includes updating guiderail, improving drainage, and milling and overlaying the approaches. Minor profile adjustments along the roadway approaches are also anticipated.

Environmental Documents: BRPA Categorical Exclusion Evaluation, approved on November 8, 2016, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Public Parks, Recreation Areas, Wildlife and/or Waterfowl Refuges, State Forest Land and State Game Land document, approved August 18, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resources: The new bridge will require approximately 0.28 acre of ROW and 0.15 acre of temporary construction easement from the 16,783-acre State Game Lands # 51 that qualifies as Section 4(f)/Section 2002 resource.

• SR 2013, Section A01—Haines Township, Centre County.

Project Description: The Department through the P3 RBRP proposes to replace the SR 2013, Section A01 (Bower Hollow Road) bridge over Pine Creek on the existing alignment. The proposed project will replace the deteriorating structure, update guiderail, improve drainage, and mill and overlay the approaches. Minor profile adjustments along the roadway approaches are anticipated.

Environmental Documents: BRPA Categorical Exclusion Evaluation, approved on December 14, 2016, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Historic Properties document, approved on September 2, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resource: The project will require approximately 0.16 acre of ROW acquisition and 0.21 acre of temporary construction easement from the 146 Bower Hollow Road property within the NRHP eligible Penns Valley and Brush Valley Rural Historic District.

• SR 2026, Section 000—Franklin Township, Greene County.

Project Description: The Department through the P3 RBRP proposes to replace the SR 2026, Section 000 (Rolling Meadows Road) bridge over Coal Lick Run Bridge over Trucker Run. The project also includes updating guiderail, improving drainage, and milling and overlaying the approaches. Minor profile adjustments along the roadway approaches are also anticipated.

Environmental Documents: BRPA Categorical Exclusion Evaluation, approved February 21, 2017, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Historic Properties document, approved January 29, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resources: The project will require approximately 0.005 acre of ROW acquisition and 0.075 acre of temporary construction easement from the 5.5-acre NRHP listed Green Hills Farm.

• SR 2047, Section 02B—Meyersdale Borough, Somerset County.

Project Description: The project involves the rehabilitation of the existing stone arch structure that carries SR 2047 (Beachley Street) over Flaugherty Creek in Meyersdale Borough, Somerset County. Additional work includes ADA sidewalks/ramps, rehabilitating decorative lighting, minimal approach work, guide rail/railing replacement and drainage upgrades.

Environmental Documents: Level 1b Categorical Exclusion Evaluation, approved on December 14, 2016, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Historic Properties document, approved on November 7, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resource: There is no new required ROW acquisition for the project. The project will require approximately 748 square feet of temporary construction easements and 795 square feet of permanent easement from the property in the northeastern quadrant and approximately 2,525 square feet of temporary construction easement and 1,206 square feet of permanent easement from the property in the southwestern quadrant; both properties are within the NRHP eligible Meyersdale Historic District.

• SR 3013, Section 001—German Township, Fayette County.

Project Description: The Department through the P3 RBRP proposes to replace the SR 3013, Section 001 bridge over Middle Run. The project also includes updating guiderail, improving drainage, and milling and overlaying the approaches. Minor profile adjustments along the roadway approaches are also anticipated.

Environmental Documents: BRPA Categorical Exclusion Reevaluation, approved on November 8, 2016, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Public Parks, Recreation Areas, Wildlife and/or Waterfowl Refuges, State Forest Land and State Game Land document, approved on September 27, 2016.

Proposed use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resources: The new bridge will require approximately 0.10 acre of ROW and 0.19 acre of temporary construction easement from the 663-acre State Game Lands # 238 that qualifies as a Section 4(f)/Section 2002 resource.

• SR 3014, Section 152—Ferguson Township and State College Borough, Centre County.

Project Description: The proposed highway improvement project consists of betterment/drainage upgrades along SR 3014 (Atherton Street). The proposed project will extend from Aaron Drive to Park Avenue and will include full depth pavement reconstruction in some areas with minor widening, ADA ramp upgrades, curb replacement, drainage improvements and minor traffic signal work.

Environmental Documents: BRPA Categorical Exclusion Reevaluation, approved on March 24, 2017, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Historic Properties, approved on September 28, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resource: The project will require approximately 0.05 acre of ROW acquisition and 0.15 acre of temporary construction easement within the 109-acre NRHP listed College Heights Historic District. It will also require approximately 0.006 acre of sidewalk/traffic signal easement within the 82-acre NRHP listed Farmer's High School Historic District. Additionally, it will require approximately 519 square feet of ROW acquisition, 553 square feet of sidewalk easement, 533 square feet of slope easement and a total of 0.12 acre of temporary construction easements within the NRHP eligible College Heights Historic District expansion.

• SR 3044, Section RBR—Narberth Borough and Lower Merion Township, Delaware County.

Project Description: The Department through the P3 RBRP proposes to replace the SR 3044, Section RBR (East Wynnewood Road) bridge over East Branch Indian Creek. The project also includes updating guiderail, improving drainage, and milling and overlaying the approaches. Minor profile adjustments along the roadway approaches are also anticipated.

Environmental Documents: BRPA Categorical Exclusion Reevaluation, approved on November 8, 2016, and a Determination of Section 4(f) De Minimis Use Section 2002 No Adverse Use Public Parks, Recreation Areas, Wildlife and/or Waterfowl Refuges, State Forest Land and State Game Land document, approved on October 28, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resources: The project will require approximately 0.04 acre ROW acquisition from the 12-acre Shortridge Memorial Park, a publicly owned park and a Section 4(f)/Section 2002 resource.

• SR 4006, Section 000—Menallen Township, Adams County.

Project Description: The Department through the P3 RBRP proposes to replace the SR 4006, Section 000 bridge over Opossum Creek. The project also includes updating guiderail, improving drainage, and milling and overlaying the approaches. Minor profile adjustments along the roadway approaches are also anticipated.

Environmental Documents: Level 2 Categorical Exclusion Reevaluation, approved on October 4, 2016, and a Nationwide/Programmatic Section 4(f) Evaluation for Projects that Necessitate the Use of Historic Bridges, approved on August 31, 2016.

Proposed Use of Section 4(f)/2002 Resources: The Northern Adams County Fruitbelt Historic District is eligible for the NRHP for its significance in agriculture, particularly fruit growing. Approximately 0.02 acre of ROW acquisition and 0.05 acre temporary construction easement will be needed from the Nicom property within the Northern Adams County Fruitbelt Historic District.

BRIAN G. THOMPSON, PE, 
Director
Bureau of Project Delivery

[Pa.B. Doc. No. 17-1024. Filed for public inspection June 16, 2017, 9:00 a.m.]



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