Hwy 62 – 63 METHODS FOR ASSESSING IMPACTS – Visitor Use, Traffic, and Highway Safety

Rehabilitation of Highway 62 West, Crater Lake National Park, Klamath County, Oregon

 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSEQUENCES

METHODS FOR ASSESSING IMPACTS

Visitor Use, Traffic, and Highway Safety

  • Negligible – could affect visitor use, traffic characteristics, and highway safety, but the change would be so small that it would not be of any measurable or perceptible consequence and/or would affect few people.
  • Minor – could affect visitor use, traffic characteristics, and highway safety, but the change would be slight and localized with few measurable consequences, and/or would affect some people.
  • Moderate – would result in readily apparent adverse changes to visitor use, traffic characteristics, and highway safety with measurable consequences, and/or an effect on a large number of people.
  • Major – would have a substantial adverse or beneficial effect on visitor use, traffic characteristics, and highway safety, and/or would affect the majority of people.

 

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