EPA Doesn’t Think Much of CRC Either

From the Oregonian:

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency finds that bridge planners did not adequately examine the potential for a bridge to induce sprawl, increase pollution and contaminate an aquifer that supplies Vancouver and Clark County’s drinking water.

Among other things, the DEIS apparently fails to analyze whether they might be driving pilings into (and contaminating) the aquifer that supplies most of the drinking water for Clark County.

And here I was hung up on them overlooking induced demand…

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