Dulles Runways & Associated Projects Environmental Impact Statement

NOTICE: The Final Environmental Impact Statement and FAA Record of Decision are available from the links below

Welcome to the Website for the Washington Dulles International Airport New Runways Environmental Impact Statement.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in association with the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) has explored ways that Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD) can meet the projected demands for air transportation while minimizing impact on the environment through the construction of two new air carrier runways.

Please take a moment to review the website to learn the latest information about the study including a summary of the Public Hearings held in February 2005, the EIS process, and the Final Environmental Impact Statement.

The study team appreciates all the citizens and agencies that have participated throughout this process. All of your comments have been reviewed by the team, summarized, and included as part of the public record. The study team’s responses to the summarized questions and comments have been detailed in the Final Environmental Impact Statement.

Study Documents
FAA Record of Decision
Document Details and Other Viewing Locations

Study Information
Study Description
Types of Data Analyzed

Study Team
Cooperating Agencies

The EIS Process

Public Meetings
Public Hearings and Workshops –Draft EIS (February 22-23, 2005)
Public Workshops –Environmental Consequences (April 20-21, 2004)
Public Workshops –Alternatives (October 7-8, 2003)
Public Workshops –Scoping (June 26-27, 2002)