The Linking Planning and National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA) process (LPN) was developed by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) to identify transportation problems by collecting information that will establish a purpose and need for a project, while also providing information that will be used to develop a cost effective solution to the identified problem.
The LPN process documents existing public/stakeholder involvement, plans and projects that may impact project development, analysis of supporting data that identifies a problem and the identification of environmental resources that may be impacted by a project. This information is important in developing a more accurate budget, scope and schedule for any potential solutions to the indentified transportation problem.
Please visit PennDOT’s LPN Screening Form webpage.
Note: an LPN user account is required to fill out an LPN Screening Form.
For more information on the LPN Process or to request an LPN user account, please contact the
, (717) 771-9870.