Section 4(f) of the DOT Act of 1966 is triggered by projects funded or approved by a U.S. DOT agency that propose the use of historic property or land from a publicly owned park, recreation area, or refuge. Examine the stringent approval standards of this substantive law and discuss ways to better integrate and streamline Sections 4(f) and 106 with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process.
MaryAnn Naber, M.S., former Federal Highway Administration Preservation Officer, senior program analyst and FHWA liaison at the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, and member of the Transportation Research Board’s Committee on Historic and Archeological Preservation in Transportation; specializing in Section 106 and Section 4(f)
"A well-organized, easy-to-follow review of the 4(f) process."
"The seminar exceeded expectations by clarifying so many terms and language that I have had questions about regarding de minimus and programmatics."
"Clarified issues about when to use and when not to use 4(f)."
"A wonderful course; very informative and thought-provoking."
"The seminar provided a much stronger understanding of Section 4(f). Case studies were very helpful."
Federal and state managers and consultants preparing compliance documents for federal DOT actions under Section 4(f), NEPA, and/or NHPA.
Conflict Management and Negotiation Skills for Cultural and Natural Resource Managers
Historic Bridges: Management, Regulations, and Rehabilitation
Landscape Preservation: An Introduction
Landscape Preservation: Advanced Tools for Managing Change
Preservation Planning and Policy Development for Historic Roads
Section 106: An Introduction
Section 106: Agreement Documents
Locations and Dates
- Denver, CO
November 6-7, 2019
in cooperation with the
the Colorado Department of Transportation and
the National Park Service, Intermountain Region
- Indianapolis, IN
April 28-29, 2020
in cooperation with the
Indiana Department of Natural Resources,
Division of Historic Preservation and Archaeology
and Indiana Landmarks
Seminar Location, Hours, and Hotels
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Cost (see Register for more information)
$550 (6-week advance registration); $600 (regular registration)
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