As part of the Toole Design team for the North Lynn Street Esplanade project in Rosslyn (Arlington County, VA), RDA is providing an environmental assessment (EA) consistent with the National Park Service (NPS) Director’s Order #12 and the President’s Council on Environmental Quality’s National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) implementation regulations for those improvements that would occur on NPS properties within the project area. Arlington County is planning a number of measures, including: the realignment of highway on- and off-ramps from the George Washington Memorial Parkway and Interstate Route 66; the realignment of pedestrian / bicycle trails; creation of an pedestrian overlook area; new signage; and new landscape plantings on NPS properties at the intersection of North Lynn Street in Rosslyn with the Francis Scott Key Bridge to the Georgetown portion of the District of Columbia. Key issues are the impacts of the improvements on the historic landscape of the George Washington Memorial Parkway, and on the views from other National Register eligible properties in Virginia and the District. If needed, the EA effort would expand to VDOT/FHWA issues, as well.