Development of an Environmental Compliance Manual for Small Urban and Rural Transit Systems in Texas

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Author(s):

J.H. Overman

Publication Date:

May 2001

Abstract:

The transit industry is challenged by numerous inter-related environmental compliance requirements. At small urban and rural transit systems, these challenges are often met with limited resources and expertise. Environmental compliance is just one of the many responsibilities a transit manager must meet. The purpose in developing an environmental compliance manual for small urban and rural transit systems in Texas is to provide a tool for transit managers to overcome these challenges and meet environmental requirements. The manual is organized into eleven different areas of environmental compliance targeted to issues related to transit operations.

Report Number:

0-1859-1

Keywords:

Environmental Compliance, Environmental Regulations, Small Urban and Rural Transit

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