MPMS 92931 Eisenhower InterchangeDauphin Co.SR 83 Section 078
Project Title:
Eisenhower Interchange
MPMS:
92931
ER Number:
2016-8478-043
Project Description:
I-83 from US 322 (Paxton Street) to SR 3020 (Union Deposit Road) Interchange Swatara and Lower Paxton Townships Interchange Reconstruction, Lane Addition
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Lead County:
Dauphin
Lead Municipality:
Swatara Twp (Dauphin)
Other Municipalities:
State Route:
83
Section Number:
078
Section 106 Completed ?
Project Effect:
Section 106 Stage:
Determination of Effects
Project Effect Date:
Primary Funding Source:
Federal Highway Aid
USACE Individual Permit:

Administrative Comments:

PostingDateCategory
Finalized PA 11/22/2019 Resolution of Adverse Effects: MOA/PA28916No Comment Requested12/22/2019 12:00:00 AM
ACHP Notification of Adverse Effect 08/02/2019 Resolution of Adverse Effects: MOA/PA, Mitigation: MOA/PA Commitment Coordination28668Department Moved On9/1/2019 12:00:00 AM
Draft PA06/27/2019 Resolution of Adverse Effects: MOA/PA28576Agency Resp. Received7/27/2019 12:00:00 AM
Above Ground Effects Finding 04/20/2019 Determination of Effects: Above-Ground Field Assessment and Finding28389Agency Resp. Received5/20/2019 12:00:00 AM
Deferral of Archaeology04/19/2019 Determination of Effects: Deferral of Archaeological Testing28388No Comment Requested4/19/2019 12:00:00 AM
Revised Statewide Pre-Contact Probability Model Testing Methodology Form03/25/2019 Early Coordination: Archaeological Modeling28305Agency Resp. Received4/24/2019 12:00:00 AM
Consulting Party Meeting 03/15/2019 Early Coordination: Consulting Party/Tribal Consultation Coordination28289Agency Resp. Received4/28/2019 12:00:00 AM
Feasibility Report 03/05/2019 Determination of Effects: Feasibility Analysis28265Agency Resp. Received4/4/2019 12:00:00 AM
Pre-Contact Predictive Model Testing Methodology10/30/2018 Early Coordination: Archaeological Modeling, Early Coordination: Consulting Party/Tribal Consultation Coordination27005Agency Resp. Received11/29/2018 12:00:00 AM
Abbreviated PHRS Forms08/07/2018 Identification: Historic Resource Determination of Eligibility26803Agency Resp. Received1/3/2019 12:00:00 AM
Full PHRS Forms08/07/2018 Identification: Historic Resource Determination of Eligibility26804Agency Resp. Received11/12/2018 12:00:00 AM
PHRS Form Memos08/07/2018 Identification: Historic Resource Determination of Eligibility26806Agency Resp. Received9/6/2018 12:00:00 AM
Reconnaissance Survey 04/26/2017 Early Coordination: Consulting Party/Tribal Consultation Coordination, Identification: Historic Resource Reconnaissance25594Agency Resp. Received5/26/2017 12:00:00 AM
APE 01/20/2017 Early Coordination: Area of Potential Effect, Other: Other25353Agency Resp. Received2/19/2017 12:00:00 AM
Scoping Form08/01/2016 Early Coordination: Early Coordination/Advance Notification, Public Involvement: Consulting Party Coordination24969No Comment Requested8/31/2016 12:00:00 AM
KeyNoNameAddressEligibility TypeTreatment Type
654110669Harrisburg City Parks 7 Susquehanna Twp (Dauphin) PAEligibleMinimize
6662088552905-3223 Derry Street HD2905-3223 Derry Street Harrisburg City (Dauphin) PANot EligibleMinimize
669208859AMP Inc. 3721 Tecport Drive Swatara Twp (Dauphin) PAEligibleAvoid
676208865Carlisle Shoe Company200 S. 41st Street Swatara Twp (Dauphin) PANot EligibleAvoid
681208866AMP, Inc. Belco Community CU449 Eisenhower Boulevard Swatara Twp (Dauphin) PANot EligibleMinimize
675208868Capital Bakers, Inc. 3996 Paxton Street Swatara Twp (Dauphin) PANot EligibleAvoid
671208870Henry Landis House3761 Derry Street Paxtang Boro (Dauphin) PANot EligibleMinimize
680208871Lawton Grade SchoolSwatara Twp (Dauphin) PANot EligibleMinimize
679208873Town of LawtonSwatara Twp (Dauphin) PANot EligibleMinimize
672208874Oakleigh Neighborhood Not EligibleAvoid
667208875Parkway Estate Neighborhood Not EligibleMinimize
670208877Paxtang Municipal Building3423 Derry Street Paxtang Boro (Dauphin) PAEligibleAvoid
668208879Rutherford Tenant House35 South Paxtang Avenue Swatara Twp (Dauphin) PANot EligibleMinimize
673208881Saint Catherine Laboure Catholic4000 Derry Street Harrisburg City (Dauphin) PAEligibleMinimize
678208883Sunnydale Neighborhood Not EligibleMinimize
677208885William Espy House4099 York Street Swatara Twp (Dauphin) PANot EligibleMinimize
674209372Holy Cross Cemetery4000 Derry Street Harrisburg City (Dauphin) PANot EligibleAvoid
Site NameTrinomialAge & IdentityNational Register EligibilityCurated Date
1868Rutherford Estate36DA0266Euro-americanUndetermined 
Name
178610Artell, Richard
179510Barish, Terry
130701Capital Area Greenbelt Association
178110Fontaine, Ernest
178010Grubic, Robert
118901Harrisburg Area Transportation Study
185010Herndon, Jason
178210Hoffman, Joan
178910Keating, Vicki
178410LaPorte, Lorraine
178310Leonard, Matthew
76901Pennsylvania Archaeological Council
179010Reed, Joshua
179210Renton, David
188210Reynolds, Doug
184910Spagnolo, Anthony
179410Weaver, Micki
189010Wilson, David
CitationCommitment DateDue DateCompletion DateMitigation TypeLeadNote
17882.I11/22/201911/22/2029 Context Sensitive DesignFHWAPennDOT will develop a context sensitive design for the bridge which will carry State Route 0083 over Spring Creek. Minimally, this will consist of concrete form-liners with a stone appearance that mimics the Forster-Rutherford house’s substructure elements. PennDOT will consult with the SHPO and consulting parties on the design of the replacement bridge as the project progresses.
17892. J 11/22/201911/22/2029 Context Sensitive DesignFHWAPennDOT will develop a context sensitive design for the bridge replacing the existing Norfolk Southern Bridge. The design will include an element, or elements, that relate to its association with the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad. PennDOT will consult with the SHPO and consulting parties on the design of the replacement bridge as the project progresses.
17902. K 11/22/201911/22/2029 Plaque/Interpretive SignFHWAPennDOT will develop and erect a single panel kiosk near the Forster-Rutherford property containing information on the Forster-Rutherford house and its history. PennDOT will consult with the SHPO and consulting parties on the content and layout of the panel.
17912. L 11/22/201911/22/2029 Plaque/Interpretive SignFHWAPennDOT will develop and erect a single panel kiosk near the Forster-Rutherford property which, will contain information on the history of the Philadelphia & Reading Railroad. PennDOT will consult with the SHPO and consulting parties on the content and layout of the panel.
17922. A11/22/201911/22/2029 Archaeology Ident and Eval for PAFHWAPennDOT will complete additional Phase I investigations and if necessary Phase II National Register evaluations on sites identified within the APE that may be affected by the proposed Project, in keeping with 36CFR§800.4(c), National Register Bulletin 36: Guidelines for Evaluating and Registering Archaeological Properties (NPS 2000) and Assessing Site Significance: A Guide for Archaeologists and Historians (Hardesty and Little 2002). PennDOT will prepare a Phase II report detailing the results and recommendations for review by FHWA, SHPO, interested Tribes & Nations, and other consulting parties. The report will be consistent with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and Guidelines for Identification (46 FR 44720-23), the State Historic Preservation Office’s Guidelines for Archaeological Investigations (July 2017), and PennDOT’s The Transportation Project Development Process: Cultural Resources Handbook, Publication 689 (March 2013) while also taking into account the National Park Service’s publication The Archaeological Survey: Methods and Uses (1978: GPO).
17932. B 11/22/201911/22/2029 Archaeology Ident and Eval for PAFHWAIf any archaeological sites that have been previously determined eligible for the National Register may be affected by the proposed Project, PennDOT will make a reasonable effort to avoid or minimize effects to these sites. If the eligible sites cannot be avoided, PennDOT will apply the Criteria of Adverse Effect in accordance with 36CFR§800.5.
17942. C11/22/201911/22/2029 Archaeology Mitigation PlanFHWAIf the Project will have an adverse effect on archaeological sites, and if these resources are eligible chiefly under National Register Criterion D (36CFR§63) for the significant information in prehistory or history they are likely to yield through data recovery, PennDOT will ensure that a data recovery plan or a plan for alternative mitigation is developed in consultation with the FHWA and the SHPO and any interested Tribes and Nations or other consulting parties. Any data recovery plan will be consistent with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and Guidelines for Archaeological Documentation (48 FR 44734-37) and also will take into account the Advisory Council on Historic Preservations (ACHP) publication Recommended Approach for Consultation on Recovery of Significant Information from Archaeological Sites and conform to the State Historic Preservation Office’s Guidelines for Archaeological Investigations (July 2017), and PennDOT’s The Transportation Project Development Process: Cultural Resources Handbook, Publication 689 (March 2013). The data recovery or alternative mitigation plan will be submitted to the FHWA, the SHPO, interested Tribes & Nations, and other consulting parties, as appropriate, for their review and/or comment. The review period will be thirty (30) days.
17952. D 11/22/201911/22/2029 Public Outreach-InformationFHWAIf mitigation of adverse effects to archaeological resources is necessary, the mitigation plan may also include preparation of information for the general public. The specific materials to be produced will be determined individually for each site and may include but not be limited to pamphlets, brochures, artifact displays, exhibits, story maps, websites, or booklets on the results of the excavations. The public information materials should explain the purpose of the Project and the significance of the excavation of eligible sites. PennDOT shall consult with the FHWA, SHPO, interested Tribes & Nations, and other consulting parties, on the proposed public information materials and will provide a draft of any public information materials to the FHWA, SHPO, interested Tribes & Nations, and other consulting parties, for their review and/or comment prior to the finalization of the materials. The review period will be thirty (30) days.