Project Development


Project Development is the process that takes a transportation improvement from concept through construction. There are several goals for this process:

  • To ensure context sensitivity though an open, consensus-building dialog among project proponents, reviewers, the public, and other parties.

  • To foster thinking beyond the roadway pavement to achieve the optimum accommodation for all modes.

  • To encourage early planning, public outreach, and evaluation so that project needs, goals and objectives, issues, and impacts can be identified before significant resources are expended.

  • To achieve consistent expectations and understanding between project proponents and those entities who evaluate, prioritize, and fund projects.

  • To ensure allocation of resources to projects that address local, regional, and statewide priorities and needs.


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