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Under the NJTPA's Local Capital Project Delivery Program (which has replaced the NJTPA’s previous Local Scoping and Local Lead programs), sponsors will identify problems and needs within their respective subregions, and develop projects through the Local Concept Development and Local Preliminary Engineering phases of this program. This work enables a project to be considered for inclusion in the NJTPA’s annual Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). Projects must be included in the TIP to receive federal funding for final design, right-of-way acquisition and construction. Once federal funding through the TIP is obtained, subregions oversee these final phases of work to implement the project.
The program begins with a project intake process during which the NJTPA screens problem statements submitted by potential project sponsors. These problem statements describe transportation issues and deficiencies that may warrant further investigation through the Local Capital Project Delivery Program This intake process is still under development and will be made available prior to the first solicitation of the program in FY 2013. After a proposal completes the project intake process and is accepted for inclusion in the Local Capital Project Delivery Program, the sponsor carries out the following four phases of work:
In an effort to assist the subregions, project managers and consultants in becoming familiar with the new project delivery process, the NJTPA has created a Local Project Delivery Guide (LPDG), flowchart and webpage specifically for this program.
The flowchart (click to view Full Version, and 11x17) details the tasks required to complete each phase (with the exception of the project intake process). This interactive educational tool allows the user to become familiar with each phase and its related tasks. By selecting one of the boxes below, the user will be redirected to a webpage which provides a phase-specific description, and a link to the interactive flowchart. The user can then click on a specific task and view details such as general description, work tasks, next steps, frequently asked questions (FAQ), definitions, resources and related links.
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