[t]he DOE's discussion of the interim transportation plan in the ROD does not represent its final determination regarding the plan. As outlined in the ROD, the plan might be implemented at some future time but the DOE's language is replete with conditional phrases. ... Only when the DOE's plan has sufficiently "crystallized" and the FEIS is used to support a concrete decision will Nevada's challenge to the DOE's failure to prepare an SEIS [Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement] be ripe.
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