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The Honorable Susan Collins
Chairman
Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies
Committee on Appropriations
United States Senate
Washington, DC 20510

Dear Chairman Collins:

I am pleased to present the Annual Summary of Major Projects (Fiscal Year 2014) in accordance with the U.S. House of Representatives Report 106-622, which accompanied the Fiscal Year 2001 Department of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations Act. Item 3 of the House Report, under the heading of Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project, Boston, Massachusetts, requested an annual summary of reports issued by the Federal Highway Administration's Major Projects Team, including a summary of highway projects that cost over $1 billion.

The Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users reduced the cost threshold of major projects from $1 billion to $500 million. The enclosed summary includes major projects that meet this threshold.

A similar letter has been sent to the Ranking Member of the Senate Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies, Committee on Appropriations; the Chairman and Vice Chairwoman of the Senate Committee on Appropriations; the Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Committee on Appropriations; and the Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies, Committee on Appropriations.

Sincerely,

Anthony R. Foxx

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The Honorable Jack Reed
Ranking Member
Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing
and Urban Development, and Related Agencies
Committee on Appropriations
United States Senate
Washington, DC 20510

Dear Senator Reed:

I am pleased to present the Annual Summary of Major Projects (Fiscal Year 2014) in accordance with the U.S. House of Representatives Report 106-622, which accompanied the Fiscal Year 2001 Department of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations Act. Item 3 of the House Report, under the heading of Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project, Boston, Massachusetts, requested an annual summary of reports issued by the Federal Highway Administration's Major Projects Team, including a summary of highway projects that cost over $1 billion.

The Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users reduced the cost threshold of major projects from $1 billion to $500 million. The enclosed summary includes major projects that meet this threshold.

A similar letter has been sent to the Chairman of the Senate Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies, Committee on Appropriations; the Chairman and Vice Chairwoman of the Senate Committee on Appropriations; the Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Committee on Appropriations; and the Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies, Committee on Appropriations.

Sincerely,

Anthony R. Foxx

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The Honorable Mario Diaz-Balart
Chairman
Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing
and Urban Development, and Related Agencies
Committee on Appropriations
U.S. House of Representatives
Washington, DC 20515

Dear Mr. Chairman:

I am pleased to present the Annual Summary of Major Projects (Fiscal Year 2014) in accordance with the U.S. House of Representatives Report 106-622, which accompanied the Fiscal Year 2001 Department of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations Act. Item 3 of the House Report, under the heading of Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project, Boston, Massachusetts, requested an annual summary of reports issued by the Federal Highway Administration's Major Projects Team, including a summary of highway projects that cost over $1 billion.

The Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users reduced the cost threshold of major projects from $1 billion to $500 million. The enclosed summary includes major projects that meet this threshold.

A similar letter has been sent to the Ranking Member of the House Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies, Committee on Appropriations; the Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Committee on Appropriations; the Chairman and Vice Chairwoman of the Senate Committee on Appropriations; and the Chairman and Ranking Member of the Senate Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies, Committee on Appropriations.

Sincerely,

Anthony R. Foxx

Enclosure

 


 

The Honorable Davie E. Price
Ranking Member
Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing
and Urban Development, and Related Agencies
Committee on Appropriations
U.S. House of Representatives
Washington, DC 20515

Dear Congressman Price:

I am pleased to present the Annual Summary of Major Projects (Fiscal Year 2014) in accordance with the U.S. House of Representatives Report 106-622, which accompanied the Fiscal Year 2001 Department of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations Act. Item 3 of the House Report, under the heading of Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project, Boston, Massachusetts, requested an annual summary of reports issued by the Federal Highway Administration's Major Projects Team, including a summary of highway projects that cost over $1 billion.

The Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users reduced the cost threshold of major projects from $1 billion to $500 million. The enclosed summary includes major projects that meet this threshold.

A similar letter has been sent to the Chairman of the House Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies, Committee on Appropriations; the Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Committee on Appropriations; the Chairman and Vice Chairwoman of the Senate Committee on Appropriations; and the Chairman and Ranking Member of the Senate Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies, Committee on Appropriations.

Sincerely,

Anthony R. Foxx

Enclosure

 


 

The Honorable Nita Lowey
Ranking Member
Committee on Appropriations
U.S. House of Representatives
Washington, DC 20515

Dear Congresswoman Lowey:

I am pleased to present the Annual Summary of Major Projects (Fiscal Year 2014) in accordance with the U.S. House of Representatives Report 106-622, which accompanied the Fiscal Year 2001 Department of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations Act. Item 3 of the House Report, under the heading of Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project, Boston, Massachusetts, requested an annual summary of reports issued by the Federal Highway Administration's Major Projects Team, including a summary of highway projects that cost over $1 billion.

The Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users reduced the cost threshold of major projects from $1 billion to $500 million. The enclosed summary includes major projects that meet this threshold.

A similar letter has been sent to the Chairman of the House Committee on Appropriations; the Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies, Committee on Appropriations; the Chairman and Vice Chairwoman of the Senate Committee on Appropriations; and the Chairman and Ranking Member of the Senate Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies, Committee on Appropriations.

Sincerely,

Anthony R. Foxx

Enclosure

 


 

The Honorable Harold Rogers
Chairman
Committee on Appropriations
U.S. House of Representatives
Washington, DC 20515

Dear Mr. Chairman:

I am pleased to present the Annual Summary of Major Projects (Fiscal Year 2014) in accordance with the U.S. House of Representatives Report 106-622, which accompanied the Fiscal Year 2001 Department of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations Act. Item 3 of the House Report, under the heading of Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project, Boston, Massachusetts, requested an annual summary of reports issued by the Federal Highway Administration's Major Projects Team, including a summary of highway projects that cost over $1 billion.

The Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users reduced the cost threshold of major projects from $1 billion to $500 million. The enclosed summary includes major projects that meet this threshold.

A similar letter has been sent to the Ranking Member of the House Committee on Appropriations; the Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies, Committee on Appropriations; the Chairman and Vice Chairwoman of the Senate Committee on Appropriations; and the Chairman and Ranking Member of the Senate Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies, Committee on Appropriations.

Sincerely,

Anthony R. Foxx

Enclosure

 


 

The Honorable Thad Cochran
Chairman
Committee on Appropriations
United States Senate
Washington, DC 20510

Dear Mr. Chairman:

I am pleased to present the Annual Summary of Major Projects (Fiscal Year 2014) in accordance with the U.S. House of Representatives Report 106-622, which accompanied the Fiscal Year 2001 Department of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations Act. Item 3 of the House Report, under the heading of Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project, Boston, Massachusetts, requested an annual summary of reports issued by the Federal Highway Administration's Major Projects Team, including a summary of highway projects that cost over $1 billion.

The Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users reduced the cost threshold of major projects from $1 billion to $500 million. The enclosed summary includes major projects that meet this threshold.

A similar letter has been sent to the Vice Chairwoman of the Senate Committee on Appropriations; the Chairman and Ranking Member of the Senate Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies, Committee on Appropriations; the Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Committee on Appropriations; and the Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies, Committee on Appropriations.

Sincerely,

Anthony R. Foxx

Enclosure

 


 

The Honorable Barbara A. Mikulski
Vice Chairwoman
Committee on Appropriations
United States Senate
Washington, DC 20510

Dear Senator Mikulski:

I am pleased to present the Annual Summary of Major Projects (Fiscal Year 2014) in accordance with the U.S. House of Representatives Report 106-622, which accompanied the Fiscal Year 2001 Department of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations Act. Item 3 of the House Report, under the heading of Central Artery/Third Harbor Tunnel Project, Boston, Massachusetts, requested an annual summary of reports issued by the Federal Highway Administration's Major Projects Team, including a summary of highway projects that cost over $1 billion.

The Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users reduced the cost threshold of major projects from $1 billion to $500 million. The enclosed summary includes major projects that meet this threshold.

A similar letter has been sent to the Chairman of the Senate Committee on Appropriations; the Chairman and Ranking Member of the Senate Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies, Committee on Appropriations; the Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Committee on Appropriations; and the Chairman and Ranking Member of the House Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies, Committee on Appropriations.

Sincerely,

Anthony R. Foxx

Enclosure

 


 

Report to the House and Senate Committees on Appropriations

As requested by the House of Representatives Report 106-622
Department of Transportation and Related Agencies Appropriations Bill, 2001

Annual Summary of Major Projects
(Fiscal Year 2014)

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Prepared by the U.S. Department of Transportation
Federal Highway Administration

Federal Highway Administration
Center for Innovative Finance Support
Project Delivery Team

This annual summary reports the activities of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) as related to major projects for Fiscal Year (FY) 2014, as of October 1, 2014. The FHWA takes an active leadership role in advancing transportation initiatives through the stewardship and oversight of major projects, which are defined as those with a total cost greater than $500 million. In FY 2014, there were 101 active major projects. This annual summary documents the performance of these major projects and what actions the FHWA has taken to improve their performance.

Active major projects are those that have completed National Environmental Policy Act decision documents and have begun the next stage of project development such as design or construction. In addition, 22 major projects have been completed since the FHWA first started to track such projects in 2001. Eight of these projects completed its major project requirements in FY 2014:

  • I-215 San Bernardino North Corridor Project (from I-10 to I-210) (San Bernardino, CA)
  • I-15 Managed Lanes, SR-163 to SR-78 (San Diego County, CA)
  • I-10 Twin Span Structures (Slidell, LA)
  • I-95/Woodrow Wilson Bridge (MD/VA/DC)
  • Triangle Expressway, Western Wake Freeway (Raleigh, NC)
  • Eastern Extension of the President George Bush Turnpike (SH 190) (Dallas County, TX)
  • SH 161 - President George Bush Turnpike Western Extension (Dallas County, TX)
  • Capital Beltway High Occupancy Toll (HOT) Lanes (Fairfax County, VA)

A list showing the status of the 101 active major projects is attached. This list also includes all 22 completed major projects.

The FHWA tracks cost estimates and scheduled completion dates for projects with approved Financial Plans. In FY 2014, the FHWA evaluated the cost and schedule performance from 90 financial plan annual updates. Eighty-five percent of the projects had total costs within 2 percent of the previous year's costs and 79 percent had completion dates within 2 percent of the previous year's scheduled completion dates.

After analyzing the schedule and cost performance data, the Project Delivery Team works with the FHWA Division Offices to respond to specific major project schedule delays and cost increases. The FHWA uses this performance data to assist in the identification of agency Projects of Corporate Interest and Projects of Division Interest. Enhanced stewardship and oversight strategies are then developed for these projects and allow the FHWA to focus its efforts to reduce major project schedule delays and cost increases. For example, to help ensure that major projects remain on schedule, division offices have identified strategies such as working with project sponsors to identify flexibilities in the contract to accelerate construction activities, establishing monthly meetings to review risk management plans, and conducting process reviews on specific aspects of a project such as the right-or-way acquisition process.

The FHWA also uses the cost and schedule data to improve the quality of the risk assumptions made during future cost and schedule estimate reviews for major projects.

Financial Plans

The Initial Financial Plans for the following major projects were reviewed for acceptance concurrently with the applicable FHWA Division Offices.

  • I-5 South Los Angeles County Widening Project (Los Angeles, CA)
  • SR-91 Corridor Improvement Project/HOT Lanes (Initial Project) (Riverside, CA)
  • Northwest Corridor Project (I-75-I-575) (Cherokee and Cobb Counties, GA)
  • Elgin-O'Hare Western Access (Chicago, IL)
  • O'Hare Con-RAC (Chicago, IL)
  • I-74 Quad Cities Corridor Study (Davenport and Bettendorf, IA; and Moline, IL)
  • I-94/Edsel Ford Freeway (Detroit, MI)
  • I-95 Betsy Ross Interchange and Bridge Street Ramps Reconstruction (Philadelphia, PA)
  • North Tarrant Express 3A & 3B (NTE 3A & 3B) (Fort Worth, TX)
  • SH 183 Managed Lanes Project (Dallas, TX)
  • Tri-County Freeway, USH 10/441 (Appleton, WI)

The financial plan annual updates for the following major projects were reviewed for acceptance concurrently with the applicable FHWA Division Offices.

  • Birmingham Northern Beltline - BNB (Corridor X-1, AHS) (Birmingham, AL)
  • State Route 303: I-10 to US-60 (Phoenix, AZ)
  • BART Seismic Retrofit System Project (San Francisco, CA)
  • Doyle Drive/Presidio Parkway Project (San Francisco, CA)
  • Gerald Desmond Bridge Replacement (Long Beach, CA)
  • I-15 Managed Lanes, SR-163 to SR-78 (San Diego County, CA)
  • I-215 San Bernardino North Corridor Project (from I-10 to I-210) (San Bernardino, CA)
  • I-405 Sepulveda Pass Widening and High Occupancy Vehicle Improvements (Los Angeles, CA)
  • I-80/San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge (East Span) (San Francisco-Oakland, CA)
  • I-805 Managed Lanes North Project (San Diego, CA)
  • Marin-Sonoma Narrows (Marin and Sonoma Counties, CA)
  • SR 905, from I-805 to Otay Mesa Port of Entry (POE) (San Diego County, CA)
  • SR-4 (East) Widening Project (Contra Costa County, CA)
  • I-95/New Haven Harbor Crossing (New Haven, CT)
  • Connector - I-4 to Lee Roy Selmon Expressway (Hillsborough County, FL)
  • I-595 Corridor Improvements (Ft. Lauderdale, FL)
  • Port of Miami Tunnel & Access Improvement Project (POMT) (Miami, FL)
  • SR 826/SR 836 Interchange Reconstruction (Palmetto 5) (Miami, FL)
  • Tampa Interstate System (TIS) (Tampa, FL)
  • O'Hare Con-RAC (Chicago, IL)
  • I-465 West Leg Reconstruction (Accelerate 465) (Indianapolis, IN)
  • I-69 SIU 3 Section 4 (Greene and Monroe County, IN)
  • US 31 Hamilton County (Indianapolis, IN)
  • Council Bluffs Interstate System Improvements, Segments 1, 2, and 3 (Council Bluffs, IA)
  • Louisville Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project (Louisville, KY)
  • US 68/KY 80, Land Between the Lakes, West of Cadiz, KY. (Trigg and Marshall Counties, KY)
  • I-10 Twin Span Structures (Slidell, LA)
  • Intercounty Connector (Montgomery and Prince George's Counties, MD)
  • I-95/Woodrow Wilson Bridge (MD/VA/DC)
  • St. Croix River Crossing (Stillwater, MN and St. Joseph Township, WI)
  • I-269 (DeSoto and Marshall Counties, MS)
  • New Mississippi River Bridge (St. Louis, MO & IL)
  • I-15 South (Las Vegas, NV)
  • US 95 Northwest Corridor (Las Vegas, NV)
  • I-93 Reconstruction (Salem to Manchester, NH)
  • Rt. I-295 & 42/I-76 Direct Connection (Camden County, NJ)
  • Brooklyn Bridge Contract 6 (New York and Kings Counties, NY)
  • Willis Avenue Bridge (Manhattan and Bronx Counties, NY)
  • Kozciusko Bridge Replacement, I-278 over Newtown Creek (Brooklyn-Queens, NY)
  • Route 347 (Smithtown, Islip and Brookhaven, NY)
  • Triangle Expressway, Western Wake Freeway (Raleigh, NC)
  • Cleveland Innerbelt (Cleveland, OH)
  • I-70/71 Columbus Crossroads - Phases 1-5 (Columbus, OH)
  • I-40 Crosstown (Oklahoma City, OK)
  • DFW Connector (Grapevine, TX)
  • Eastern Extension of the President George Bush Turnpike (SH 190) (Dallas County, TX)
  • LBJ Freeway (Dallas, TX)
  • Loop 12/Interstate Highway 35E Corridor (Dallas, TX)
  • North Tarrant Express (Fort Worth, TX)
  • Project Horseshoe IH-30/IH-35E (Dallas, TX)
  • SH 161 - President George Bush Turnpike Western Extension (Dallas County, TX)
  • Southwest Parkway (SH 121) (Fort Worth, TX)
  • US 290 (Houston, TX)
  • Capital Beltway High Occupancy Toll (HOT) Lanes (Fairfax County, VA)
  • I-95 HOV/HOT Lanes, Northern Segment (Fairfax, Prince William and Stafford Counties, VA)
  • Midtown Tunnel/Downtown Tunnel/Martin Luther King Extension Project (Hampton Roads, VA)
  • SR 520 - Pontoon Construction Project (Grays Harbor, WA)
  • SR 520, I-5 to Medina: Bridge Replacement and HOV Project - Floating Bridge and Landings Stage (Seattle, WA)
  • SR 520, Medina to SR202: Eastside Transit and HOV Project (Seattle, WA)
  • I-94 North-South (Milwaukee, Racine, and Kenosha Counties, WI)
  • US-41 Reconstruction (Winnebago and Brown Counties, WI)
  • Zoo Interchange (I-94/I-894/US-45) (Milwaukee, WI)

Cost Estimate Reviews

Risk-based cost estimate reviews were conducted for the following active major projects.

  • I-5 South Los Angeles County Widening Project (Los Angeles County, CA)
  • I-94/Edsel Ford Freeway (Detroit, MI)
  • Elgin-O'Hare Western Access (Chicago, IL)
  • I-74 Quad Cities Corridor Study (Davenport and Bettendorf, IA; and Moline, IL)
  • South Capitol Street Corridor (Washington, DC)
  • Illiana Corridor (Wilmington, IL and Lowell, IN)
  • Central Susquehanna Valley Transportation (CSVT) (Snyder, Union, and Northumberland Counties, PA)
  • Tri-County Freeway, USH 10/441 (Appleton, WI)
  • Knik Arm Crossing (Anchorage, AK)
  • I-95 Betsy Ross Interchange and Bridge Street Ramps Reconstruction (Philadelphia, PA)
  • SH 183 Managed Lanes Project (Dallas, TX)
  • Commonwealth of PA Rapid Bridge Replacement Project (Statewide, PA)

Additionally, risk-based cost estimate reviews were conducted for the following projects expected to be added to the active major project list in the future.

  • St. John's River Crossing (Clay and St. Johns Counties, FL)
  • I-69, SUI 15 (Shreveport, LA)
  • New Route, CETAP Mid-County Parkway (MCP) Corridor (Riverside County, CA)
  • I-43 N-S Freeway (Silver Spring Drive-Wis 60) (Milwaukee and
  • I-95 Express (Phase 3) (Broward and Palm Beach Counties, FL)
  • Wekiva Parkway (Orlando, FL)
  • U.S. 181 Harbor Bridge Project (Corpus Christi, TX)
  • US 183 Bergstrom Expressway Project (Austin, TX)
  • I-405, SR-73 to I-605 (Orange and Los Angeles County, CA)
  • 75th Street Corridor Improvement Project (CREATE) (Chicago, IL)
  • State Route 46 Corridor Improvement Project (San Luis Obispo County, CA)

Project Management Plans

The Project Management Plans for the following major projects were reviewed for acceptance concurrently with the applicable FHWA Division Offices.

  • I-5 North Coast Corridor (NCC) Project, San Diego County (San Diego County, CA)
  • Elgin-O'Hare Western Access (Chicago, IL)
  • Illiana Corridor (Wilmington, IL and Lowell, IN)
  • I-74 Quad Cities Corridor Study (Davenport and Bettendorf, IA; and Moline, IL)
  • I-69, SUI 15 (Shreveport, LA)
  • I-94/Edsel Ford Freeway (Detroit, MI)
  • I-15 South (Las Vegas, NV)
  • Goethals Bridge Replacement (Staten Island, NY)
  • I-77 HOT Lanes from Exit 11 (I-277 Brookshire Freeway) to Exit 36 (NC 150) (Mecklenburg and Iredell Counties, NC)
  • Portsmouth Bypass (Portsmouth, OH)
  • SH 288 (Brazoria and Harris Counties, TX)
  • State Highway 99, The Grand Parkway (Segments D, E, F-1, F-2, G) (Houston, TX)
  • North Tarrant Express 3A & 3B (NTE 3A & 3B) (Fort Worth, TX)
  • Loop 12/Interstate Highway 35E Corridor (Dallas County, TX)
  • DFW Connector (Grapevine, TX)
  • SH 183 Managed Lanes Project (Dallas, TX)
  • North Tarrant Express (Fort Worth, TX)
  • Tri-County Freeway, USH 10/441 (Appleton, WI)

Awareness and Capacity Building

The Project Delivery Team participated in the following activities to promote the oversight and stewardship of major projects to FHWA partners and Division Office staff.

  • January 12-16, 2014 - The Project Delivery Team staffed an exhibit booth at the Transportation Research Board's annual meeting in Washington, DC. The current status and the latest guidance for the management of major projects were available.
  • February/March/September 2014 - The Project Delivery Team continued coordinating the project management certificate program with the FHWA Human Resources Office to train current and potential major project oversight managers in the FHWA Division Offices. As of the end of FY 2014, 255 FHWA employees have received their Associate Certificates in Project Management and 69 FHWA employees have received their Masters Certificates. In FY 2014, 27 FHWA employees received their Associates Certificates and 15 received their Master Certificates in Project Management.
  • Ongoing in FY 2014 - The Project Delivery Team continued a series of quarterly webinars for the FHWA Project Oversight Managers on November 5, February 4, May 6, and August 12. Topics included information on the Cost Estimate Review process, current issues related to the oversight and stewardship of major projects, and upcoming training opportunities. Two of these Webinars included presenters and participants from State departments of transportation and other transportation agencies.
  • April/June 2014 -The Project Delivery Team delivered major project training to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation on April 10 and to the Nevada Department of Transportation on June 18-19.
  • August 5-7, 2014 - The Project Delivery Team held a workshop for the agency's specially designated Project Oversight Managers on August 5-7.
  • Ongoing in FY 2014 - The Project Delivery Team facilitated the annual risk assessment for all major projects.
  • May 2014 - The Project Delivery Team implemented the major projects discipline. The discipline will ensure that FHWA employees possess the skills, technical knowledge, abilities, contacts, and information necessary to successfully develop and deliver major projects.
  • Ongoing FY 2014 - The Project Delivery Team worked to finalize Major Project Financial Plan Guidance after receiving comments from being published in the Federal Register.

Key to Acronyms:
ARRA = American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
DOT = Department of Transportation
EIS = Environmental Impact Statement
FONSI = Finding of No Significant Impact
GARVEE = Grant Anticipation Revenue Vehicles
HOV = High Occupancy Vehicle
HOT = High Occupancy Toll
RABA = Revenue Aligned Budget Authority
RFP = Request for Proposals
ROD = Record of Decision
TBD = To Be Determined
TIFIA = Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act
TIGER = Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery

A listing of the status of all current active major projects is attached.

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