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FHWA/MoDOT Partnering Agreements

TRAFFIC

May 2014

I. Roles and Responsibilities of MoDOT

MoDOT's Role - Ensure Program Area Traffic (including ITS) performs in accordance with state and federal laws and regulations while implementing MoDOT's Mission and Tangible Results, Traffic Unit Business Plan, and Missouri's Blueprint To Save More Lives priorities and goals. For our program area, the following tasks are considered the most important and we will work in partnership with FHWA to ensure success:

II. Roles and Responsibilities of FHWA

FHWA's Role - Ensure Program area of Traffic & ITS performs in accordance with federal laws and regulations while implementing FHWA's Performance, Stewardship, and Oversight Plans. For this program area, the following tasks are considered the most important and we will work in partnership with MoDOT to ensure success:

III. Ground Rules

We agree to concentrate efforts in improving our work by following these ground rules:

IV. Conflict Resolution

The conflict resolution process will follow the attached Conflict Resolution Model and FHWA/MoDOT Conflict Escalation Ladder. For situations where a resolution is not achieved at the MoDOT Division Engineer / FHWA Team Leader level within thirty (30) days, the issue should be elevated to facilitate prompt resolution.

MoDOT/FHWA Conflict Escalation Ladder

V. Performance Evaluation

We will measure our partnering progress and success by the following performance indicators:

VI. Communicating with Management

We will keep management informed of our activities and how our partnering is working by:

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