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Capital Project Delivery
The New Jersey Department
of Transportation (NJDOT)
continues to work with the
Federal Highway Administration
(FHWA) and the consultant community
to update and refine the
Project Delivery process.
December 2014 Concept Development Guideline Update
The "Hold Public Information Center (2460)" activity of the Concept Development Guideline has been updated. The revision provides additional information on the appropriate level of detail for plans being presented to the public.
October 2014 Limited Scope Concept Development (CD) Update
The Limited Scope CD Work Breakdown Structure Diagram has been updated to clarify that a Complete Streets Checklist is not required for Limited Scope Projects.
The NJDOT and FHWA have executed a new Project-Level Risk Based Stewardship Agreement. This
Performance Year (PY) 2015 update contains information on project level oversight, Projects of
Division Interest (PoDIs) and a list of PY 15 PoDI projects and associated project plans.
Quality Management Certifications Update
The Quality Management Certifications were updated to indicate the date shall be included with
February 2014 Capital Project
The following updates were recently
made to the Capital Project
Delivery Process guidance documents:
A Limited Scope CD Report
Pavement Example was added
for land service highway
The existing Limited
Scope CD Report Pavement
Example was renamed to
reflect that it is to be
referenced on controlled
access highway projects.
NJDOT Senior Management has authorized
several capital projects to
begin a "pilot program" to
determine the effectiveness
of a formal Risk Management
Process. These pilot projects
shall utilize the guidance
provided on the Risk
Management process web page to
implement the proposed NJDOT
Risk Management Process.