Impacts Sample Clauses

Impacts. What are the anticipated positive and negative impacts of the proposed transfer on the current academic home and the new academic home? On other departments, units? On the university? On students? How will this move affect the current and new academic homes’ organization?
Impacts. Across ND-ACES Jurisdictional Impacts North Dakota will become the Northern Plains leader in new and sustainable biosciences technology advances.
Impacts. A. The Parties recognize that Human Resource Programs may impact the working conditions of bargaining unit employees. Furthermore, the Parties agree that adverse impacts, when identified by the Union, such as changes in duties, responsibilities, training, safety, availability of other amenities, are subject for negotiations, upon request of the Union.
Impacts. North Dakota State University: Students supported by UTC funds here at North Dakota State University have gone onto very successful positions with fortune 500 companies, academia, federal, state, and local transportation agencies. Students continue to excel while building transportation skills that will enhance the transportation workforce now into the future. With the support of UTC funds, NDSU researchers have been able to focus on tribal needs throughout the state, infrastructure assessment, asset management, bridge strength analysis, and technology transfer. These efforts will continue to develop the skills and knowledge of the transportation workforce to face the challenges of the 21st century. NDSU researchers continue to move into sensor networks, smart city applications, and addressing the needs and challenges of public transportation in rural and metropolitan areas. Research findings are being disseminated through webinars, transportation learning network, newsletters, social media, and email blasts. Wyoming: The MPC projects provided excellent learning opportunities to students at the graduate level as well as the undergraduate levels. Several students graduated from the program. The UW research projects helped in implementing PMS on county paved roads. In addition, the tribal safety studies helped several tribes in the region implement a safety improvement program. Colorado State University: Several graduate students working on MPC projects at CSU have earned their degrees and are now part of the civil engineering and transportation workforce. The journal paper on using BIM for tracking bridge structural condition has been a frequently downloaded paper for the Journal of Bridge Engineering, which suggests that it is having an impact on the research community. South Dakota State University: The projects provided research and learning experience for 15 graduate students. Thirty-one engineers learned about a new detailing for longitudinal joints in double tee girders which will lead to the design of better and long lasting bridges on county roads in transportation Region
Impacts. Temporary Noise and Vibration from Construction Activity The 2004 Lagoon Valley EIR concluded that construction activities associated with the previous project could generate temporary or periodic noise levels that exceed City standards and could generate and expose people to excessive groundborne vibration levels, resulting in significant impacts. Mitigation was identified to reduce the magnitude of these impacts, but they were found to remain significant and unavoidable. The 2005 Addendum found that the revised project would reduce but not avoid these significant and unavoidable impacts, and maintained the mitigation measures (Mitigation Measures 4.7-1 and 4.7-2 on pages 4.7-11 to 4.7-13 of the 2004 Draft EIR). The proposed phasing and development agreement would not change the allowed development levels and associated construction activity from what was evaluated in the 2005 Addendum. Therefore, the project’s contribution to temporary noise and vibration impacts from construction activity would not change, and the impacts would remain significant and unavoidable. Mitigation Measures 4.7-1 and 4.7-2 would still apply. Exposure of Sensitive Uses to Noise The 2004 Lagoon Valley EIR concluded that the previous project could expose proposed residential and other sensitive land uses to noise in excess of City standards. With a landscape berm along Interstate 80 and other noise attenuation approaches, calculations showed that exterior noise levels in residential areas would be below the threshold, but the 2004 EIR conservatively found a significant impact because of the possibility of new land uses being exposed to noise levels from Interstate 80 that exceed City standards. Mitigation was identified to reduce the impact to a less-than-significant level. The 2005 Addendum found that the revised project would reduce potential impacts to a less-than-significant level because residential development would be located further from Interstate 80. However, the mitigation measure was retained. The mitigation, which requires an acoustical analysis showing that exterior noise levels in new residential areas relatively near the Interstate 80 freeway would meet City standards, would typically be required as a condition of approval for any residential project proposed near a busy roadway in Vacaville. The 2005 Addendum retained it in order to confirm that the general analysis prepared for the EIR is accurate for the more specific grading and building plans to be developed. ...
Impacts. Finally, the staff and administration at the building site should discuss 6 and consider the anticipated impacts of adhering to the grant requirements. For 7 example, staff should discuss the following questions: 8
Impacts. The parties to this Agreement are the City of Portland (City) and the District Council of Trade Unions (DCTU).
Impacts. The parties to this Agreement are the City of Portland (City) and the Professional Technical Employees, Local 17 (PROTEC17 or Union).
Impacts. Based on the impact significance thresholds summarized in Section 5, no significant traffic impacts are anticipated for any locations within the City of Irvine or Newport Beach.