About the Center
The Center for Environmental Excellence by AASHTO, developed in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration, offers a wide range of products and services to assist transportation agencies in achieving environmental excellence in delivering their transportation programs and projects. Through its information exchange, technical assistance, and partnership-building and training resources, the Center helps transportation agencies incorporate environmental compliance, sustainability and stewardship into transportation planning, project development, construction, maintenance, and operations .
Current Topics & Events
Updated December 06, 2013
An updated chapter on winter operations and salt, sand and chemical management has been added to the Center for Environmental Excellence by AASHTO's Compendium of Environmental Stewardship Practices for Highway Construction & Maintenance. Link here to access the updated Chapter.
The Center for Environmental Excellence by AASHTO has launched a new topic covering the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21). The section includes the following sections: an overview of the law's provisions; recent developments; case studies; research, documents and reports; and organizations and training. Link to the MAP-21 topic.
A summary document describing AASHTO’s May 2013 National Symposium on Extreme Weather Events is available from AASHTO. To access the White Paper, link here.
Meetings & Events
Practitioner's HandbooksPractical advice on a range of environmental issues that arise during the planning, development, and operation of transportation projects. View Handbooks >
WebinarsWebinars on key topical areas of interest, including Climate Change, Construction/Development Effluent Guidelines, NEPA, Stormwater, and more. View Webinars >
News from Around the WebRecent Internet postings of interest to transportation and environmental professionals. View News >
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