Environmental Impact Statement (EIS)
Prior to preparing the EIS document, two other documents were prepared as part of the EIS process. Those include a Coordination Plan (841 kb PDF) and an Impact Analysis Methodology (577 kb PDF). The Coordination Plan identifies how project information will be communicated and how input from agencies and the public will be solicited and considered during the EIS process. The Impact Analysis Methodology explains how the project's potential impacts will be evaluated.
The Draft EIS was approved on October 19, 2012. The Draft EIS describes the need for the project, the alternatives considered, and the impacts of those alternatives. It was approved by the Federal Highway Administration and the Wisconsin DOT, to comply with the National Environmental Policy Act and the Wisconsin Environmental Policy Act. Comments on the Draft EIS will be accepted if they are e-mailed or postmarked by December 10, 2012. They should be e-mailed to email@example.com or mailed to:
This Draft EIS has been divided into 3 parts so you won't have to download the complete file at one time. Please download all 3 documents as they have bookmarks linked to each section.
Supplemental EIS Information
These documents are included on a CD at the back of the paper version of the EIS.
Click on the report name below to reveal a link to the report and brief comments.Preferred Alternative Technical Memo, West Waukesha Bypass Study (April 2013) Proposed West Waukesha Bypass Route Wetland Delineation Report (SEWRPC, 2012) Rare Reptile Review, West Waukesha Bypass Road Safety Audit Subsurface Exploration and Geotechnical Evaluation, Sunset Drive to WIS 59 Alternative Waukesha Bypass Noise Study