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ACTT Workshop: New Jersey
November 16-18, 2004, Cherry Hill, New Jersey

Chapter 4: Next Steps

Approximately one month after the ACTT workshop, the project manager held a meeting with the designer and some of the NJDOT subject matter experts to review the workshop findings and determine how to best address them as the project progresses.

It was decided that each of the final recommendations fall into the following four categories:

  • Current-can be investigated/implemented now.
  • Future-can be investigated/implemented during design and construction.
  • Tabled-not a viable option.
  • Implemented-will be included in the alternative development.

The table below shows the current status of each recommendation

Environmental

  • 1 - Current
  • 2 - Current
  • 3 - Current (Alternate K only)
  • 4 - Future
  • 5 - Current
  • 6 - Current (Alternate K only)

Structures

  • 1 - Future
  • 2 - Future
  • 3 - Future
  • 4 - Future
  • 5 - Future
  • 6a - Current
  • 6b - Current
  • 6c - Current-Tabled

Construction

  • 1 - Future
  • 2a - Future
  • 2b - Future
  • 2c - Future
  • 3a - Current-Tabled
  • 3b - Current-Tabled
  • 3c - Future
  • 3d - Current
  • 3e - Future
  • 3f - Future
  • 3g - Future
  • 3h - Future
  • 4 - Future

Geometrics

  • 1 - Current-Tabled
  • 2 - Current-Implemented
  • 3 - Current-Tabled
  • 4 - Current (Except Alternate D1)
  • 5 - Current-Tabled
  • 6 - Current
  • 7 - Current
  • 8 - Current
  • 9 - Current-Tabled

Traffic ITS Safety

  • 1 - Future
  • 2 - Current
  • 3 - Future
  • 4 - Future
  • 5 - Future
  • 6 - Future
  • 7 - Future
  • 8 - Future
  • 9 - Future
  • 10 - Future

Innovative Contracting

  • 1 - Future
  • 2 - Future
  • 3 - Future
  • 4 - Future
  • 5 - Future
  • 6 - Future
  • 7 - Future
  • 8 - Future
  • 9 - Future
  • 10 - Current (ROW lease purchase)
  • 11 - Future

Geotechnical

  • 1 - Future
  • 2 - Future
  • 3 - Future
  • 4 - Future
  • 5 - Future
  • 6 - Future
  • 7 - Future
  • 8 - Future
  • 9 - Future

Public Relations

  • 1 - Future
  • 2 - Future
  • 3 - Future
  • 4 - Future
  • 5 - Future
  • 6 - Future
  • 7 - Future

In the upcoming months, the designer will continue to evaluate each of the recommendations in the "current" category for potential implementation in the alternative analysis process. The target date for the completed technical environmental study is July 2005 with the DEIS following in September 2006 and the final EIS in July 2007.

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Updated: 10/31/2013
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