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The Federal Infrastructure Permitting Dashboard is an online tool for Federal agencies, project sponsors and interested members of the public to track the progress of a broad range of infrastructure projects that requires authorization or environmental review by a Federal agency.

It will track all “covered projects” subject to Title 41 of the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act and all major DOT-led surface transportation projects subject to Titles I, IX, and XI that require an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) and/or, after June 1, 2016, an Environment Assessment (EA), associated with the construction of transportation infrastructure.  The Dashboard is also available for other Federal agencies to track additional projects which seek to benefit from the various benefits its use provides regarding transparency, predictability, and efficiency, even if not subject to FAST-41.

On July 8, 2016, a preliminary inventory of potential existing “covered projects,” as defined by FAST-41, were added to the Dashboard to facilitate early planning by Federal agencies to meet the requirements of the Act. Once this inventory is finalized, agencies involved with these projects will, as appropriate, develop a coordinated plan for each project and release a comprehensive timetable of dates by which all environmental reviews and authorizations should be made, and update additional project-specific information.

Interested project sponsors can find additional information here to determine if a new or existing project could be designated as a “covered project” under Title 41 of the FAST Act.

It is important to note that a project’s inclusion on the Dashboard does not imply Federal endorsement of or support for the project, or create a presumption that a covered project will be approved, favorably reviewed by any agency, or receive Federal funding. The inclusion of a pending project on the Dashboard may be reconsidered based on updated information related to, for example, the scope of the project and Federal review and authorization processes that are implicated by the project proposal.

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The infrastructure projects below are Approved as Covered Projects or as Surface Transportation projects with a status of In Progress, Planned or Paused.
List of Projects
Titlesort descending Lead Agency Sector Project Type Status
1366 Project Eagle Department of Energy Manufacturing New facilities or expansions involving construction In Progress
14th Street Bridge Corridor Department of Transportation Surface Transportation Highways In Progress
ACEforward Department of Transportation Surface Transportation Railroads In Progress
Aiya Solar Project (Moapa) Department of Interior Renewable Energy Production Solar In Progress
Amtrak Baltimore and Potomac Tunnel Department of Transportation Surface Transportation Railroads In Progress
Angoon Airport Department of Transportation Aviation Airport Development Projects (Aviation programs, commerce and safety, airport development and noise, financing, public airports) In Progress
Atlanta - Charlotte Corridor Investment Plan Department of Transportation Surface Transportation Railroads In Progress
Atlanta - Chattanooga High Speed Ground Transportation Department of Transportation Surface Transportation Railroads In Progress
Atlantic Coast Pipeline, Atlantic Coast Pipeline Amendment, Supply Header, and ACP-Piedmont Lease Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Pipelines Interstate Natural Gas Pipelines In Progress
Atlantic Sunrise Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Pipelines Interstate Natural Gas Pipelines In Progress
Bay Area Rapid Transit Silicon Valley Santa Clara Extension (SVSX) Phase II Department of Transportation Surface Transportation Public Transportation In Progress
Buffalo Mountain- King Coal Reevaluation Department of Transportation Surface Transportation Roads In Progress
Calcasieu River Bridge I-10 (PPG Drive - US 90E) Department of Transportation Surface Transportation Bridges In Progress
Cameron Cnty; 0921-06-163; 2nd Causeway to South Padre Island Department of Transportation Surface Transportation In Progress
Capitol Expressway Corridor Department of Transportation Surface Transportation Public Transportation In Progress
Carolina Crossroads Department of Transportation Surface Transportation In Progress
Cattle Point Road Department of Transportation Surface Transportation Roads In Progress
Chicago-to-Detroit/Pontiac Corridor Investment Plan Department of Transportation Surface Transportation Railroads In Progress
CR388 Segment 1 (Westbay Parkway) from SR 30 (US 98) to SR 79 Department of Transportation Surface Transportation Highways In Progress
Cross Harbor Freight Department of Transportation Surface Transportation In Progress

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The infrastructure projects below are approved Covered Projects or Surface Transportation projects with a status of Cancelled or Completed.
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The infrastructure projects below were part of the original MAX.gov Permitting Dashboard but may not be identified as Covered Projects. Note: Format for these pages will differ slightly from projects in the other two tabs.

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Project Titlesort descending Coordinating Agency Sector Project Status Target Completion Date
ADS-B East Coast Offshore Routes DOT Aviation Complete 3/03/2014
ADS-B In Trail Procedures DOT Aviation In Progress 9/29/2015
Arroyo Sequit Creek Steelhead Restoration Project DOC Green Infrastructure Complete 1/06/2016
BakkenLink Crude Oil Pipeline DOI Pipelines Complete 9/27/2012
Baltimore Red Line DOT Surface Transportation Cancelled 2/27/2013
Bayonne Bridge Raising DHS Ports and Waterways Complete 11/01/2015
Boardman to Hemingway Transmission Line DOI Transmission In Progress 6/15/2016
Central Everglades Planning Project USACE Water Resource In Progress 8/30/2015
Charleston Harbor Post-45 Study USACE Ports and Waterways In Progress 8/31/2015
Chokecherry-Sierra Madre Wind Energy DOI Renewable Energy In Progress 10/30/2014

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