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STIC Incentive Program Guidance

STIC Incentive Projects (FY 2014-2018)

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State Fiscal Year STIC Incentive Projects Funds Allocated
AK 2016 Develop training courses and associated materials to implement quality environmental documentation and NEPA Assignment as standard practices for the State of Alaska $ 100,000
AK 2017 Develop and implement a performance specification for acceptance of asphalt paving compaction based on continuous-full-coverage density data collected by ground penetrating radar $ 100,000
AL 2014 Development of Procedures and Best Practices for Utilizing 3-D Data for Survey, Design, Visualization and Clash Detection Analysis $ 100,000
AL 2015 Development of specifications and best practices for the use of Queue Warning Systems on ALDOT Construction Projects $100,000
AL 2016 Development of standards and specifications for utilization of 3-D Models/Data for construction, including survey, design, and construction procedures $ 100,000
AL 2017
  1. Develop and provide training on pavement preservation and management techniques ($60,000)
  2. Institutionalizing the Traffic Incident Management Train the Trainer program ($40,000)
$ 100,000
AR 2014
  1. Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Training ($6,000)
  2. 3D Modeling Implementation Plan ($94,000)
$ 100,000
AR 2015 Development of a Local Public Agencies Manual that prescribes policies and procedures to be used for the development of federal aid projects in the State of Arkansas $ 100,000
AR 2016 Implementation of e-Construction through the use of mobile devices for field personnel $ 100,000
AR 2017 Purchase and evaluate modern Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) surveying equipment and methods for incorporation into inspection and quality assurance guidelines ($100,000) $ 100,000
AR 2018 Develop a corridor study to identify and implement STEP innovations ($100,000) $ 100,000
AZ 2014 Initiate an Innovation Exchange $ 85,000
AZ 2015
  1. 2015 Innovation Exchange Campaign ($25,000)
  2. Regional and Local Arizona Traffic Incident Management Training ($25,000)
  3. Development of GRS-IBS Specifications ($20,000)
  4. Advance Intelligent Compaction ($30,000)
$ 100,000
AZ 2016
  1. Advanced Hydraulic Modeling Tools ($80,000)
  2. Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Challenge Program ($7,000)
  3. Arizona Road Diets Peer Exchange ($3,000)
  4. Technology and Transportation Summit ($10,000)
$ 100,000
AZ 2017
  1. Purchase and evaluate 3-D GPS equipped tablets for use in field verification ($19,200)
  2. Purchase and evaluate Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) for use in ADOT Bridge Inspection ($18,100)
  3. Pima Association of Government’s Technology and Transportation Summit ($10,000)
  4. Purchase and use Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) for showcasing ADOT innovations in communication and outreach efforts ($2,700)
  5. Hold a Visioning Workshop for the AZTech Regional Partnership ($10,000)
  6. Hold a 2017 Arizona Council on Transportation Innovation (ACTI) Innovation Day ($24,000)
  7. Provide outreach, communication, facilitation, and coordination for the Arizona Council on Transportation Innovation (ACTI) ($16,000)
$ 100,000
CA 2016
  1. Conduct Accelerated Bridge Construction Outreach ($45,000)
  2. First/Last Mile Innovation Training ($40,000)
  3. Roadway Departure Workshops ($15,000)
$ 100,000
CA 2017
  1. Develop an on-line tool with steps, procedures, and check-in points for integrating permit requirements during the project development process ($50,000)
  2. Develop GIS data of flood prone areas and an interactive web map application for severe storm preparedness ($50,000)
$ 100,000
CO 2014
  1. Development and Implementation of a Re-vegetation Training Program ($50,000)
  2. Promotion and outreach for the Everyday Ideas initiative for encouraging the use of innovation throughout the transportation community including the local agencies ($20,000)
  3. Development of a framework for a sub-regional ITS Plan (City of Centennial) ($30,000)
$ 100,000
CO 2015
  1. Development of a decision matrix for when to use cold in-place recycling of asphalt pavement ($21,000)
  2. Development of a Contract Time Estimation tool to improve the accuracy and consistency of estimating construction contract time ($15,000)
  3. Implementation of a Cloud-based Learning and Event Management System by the Colorado Local Technical Assistance Program ($15,000)
$ 51,000
CO 2016
  1. e-Construction – Advancing the Use of Mobile Devices with a Mobile Field Inspection Application ($49,088)
  2. Monitoring Traffic in Work Zones Using Intelligent Traffic Control Devices ($46,400)
$ 95,488
CO 2017
  1. Purchase equipment and implement strategies for a traffic incident safety analysis program in the City of Delta ($20,000)
  2. Implement CDOT's Lean Everyday Ideas for local agencies including guardrail tool kits and asphalt hotboxes ($40,000)
  3. Purchase and install Roadside Weather Information Systems (RWIS) along Weld County Road 49 to communicate road conditions resulting from severe weather with local and state agencies ($40,000)
$ 100,000
CO 2018 Host a Local Innovation Implementation Summit, to demonstrate and highlight EDC technologies to local government agencies $ 29,800
CT 2015 Advancing the use of mobile devices for e-Construction in field inspection applications $100,000
CT 2016 Advancing the use of mobile devices for e-Construction in field inspection applications $ 100,000
CT 2017
  1. Advance e-Construction for Connecticut DOT (Part A) ($86,159)
  2. Advance e-Construction for Connecticut Municipal (Part B) ($11,120)
$ 97,279
DC 2016 Enhance the functionality of the Work Zone Project Management System $ 80,000
DC 2017 Expand Enterprise Project Management application by developing a funding obligation module $ 96,000
DE 2015
  1. Scanning tour to evaluate the various software packages for e-Construction ($7,400)
  2. Advancement of Intelligent Compaction/Continuous Compaction Control technologies ($32,940)
  3. Development of the Delaware Watershed Resources Registry ($48,888)
$ 89,228
DE 2016
  1. Procurement of an Automated Cylinder End Grinder for the purpose of testing UHPC ($16,000)
  2. Procure and implement a Document Management System (DMS) that can store engineering content at DelDOT ($63,854.40)
$ 79,854
DE 2017
  1. Purchase and evaluate advanced Quality Assurance and Quality Control tools for soil and asphalt compaction ($44,300.47)
  2. Enhance the DelDOT Mobile App to provide the ability to send automatic notifications of events, construction, restrictions and closures through geo-fencing technology ($25,917)
  3. Purchase, use, and evaluate Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) to develop and refine operations procedures for collecting additional field data for efficient bridge and pavement design ($29,782.53)
$ 100,000
FL 2015 Development and deployment of the Safe Accessible Pedestrian Facilities Inventory Model (SAPFIM), a GIS-based, hand held tool that allows for the collection of pedestrian facility data to assess safety and accessibility $ 100,000
FL 2016 Purchase mobile devices for construction field inspection to fully implement e-Construction as a standard practice $ 80,000
FL 2017 Develop a GIS based System of Engagement (SOE) toolbox for FDOT and Local Agencies to share safety and operations data $ 100,000
FLH 2015 Advancement of Internally Cured Concrete $ 100,000
GA 2015 Development of a curve identification tool for selecting High Friction Surface Treatment sites $ 100,000
GA 2016 Advancing the use of mobile devices for e-Construction in field inspection applications $ 100,000
HI 2016 Host workshops, develop strategies, and analyze data to integrate accessibility and design into Hawaii transportation decision-making $ 100,000
IA 2014
  1. Design and performance verification of a bridge column/footing/pile system for accelerated bridge construction ($56,003)
  2. Develop an implementation plan for using 3D tools for structural detailing ($43,997)
$ 100,000
IA 2015
  1. Development and delivery of technical guidance and training on the implementation of a self-cleaning culvert technology ($64,000)
  2. Expand the use of mobile devices for e-Construction in field inspection applications ($36,000)
$ 100,000
IA 2016
  1. Expand the use of mobile devices for e-Construction in field inspection applications ($36,000)
  2. Support for the “Innovations in Transportation Conference” ($8,000)
  3. Deployment of Iowa DOT Traffic Operations Open Data Service ($56,000)
$ 100,000
IA 2017 In situ modulus measurement using automated plate load testing (APLT) to support the implementation of pavement mechanistic-empirical (ME) design $ 100,000
ID 2014 Development of design standards for Geosynthetic Reinforced Soil-Integrated Bridge System technology $ 100,000
ID 2015 Hosting a demonstration workshop on Geosynthetic Reinforced Soil – Integrated Bridge System bridge construction for statewide participation by local agencies $84,500
ID 2016 Hosting a 2-day workshop to advance 3D Modeling and Automated Machine Guidance $ 97,888
ID 2017
  1. Provide demonstration workshops on pedestrian safety countermeasures to local governments ($35,000)
  2. Collect and build a digital warehouse to store traffic volume data for a local highway jurisdiction to advance the DDSA initiative in Idaho ($50,000)
$85,000
IL 2014 Advancement of 3D Engineered Models $ 100,000
IL 2015 Development of 3D civil cell libraries and training to advance 3D modeling $60,000
IL 2016 Procure equipment, develop training, and provide training to facilitate the implementation of 3-D modeling statewide $ 100,000
IL 2017
  1. Develop 2D Hydraulic modeling capacity and implement supporting processes. ($92,000)
  2. Provide training of Safety Analyst software for use on safety management projects. ($4,800)
$ 96,800
IN 2014 Development of Intelligent Compaction standard specification for soil embankment and subgrade compaction $ 80,000
IN 2016 Implementation of LiDAR-Based Mobile Mapping System for Lane Width Evaluation and Reporting in Work Zones for INDOT Traffic Management $ 100,000
IN 2017 Implementation of Connected Vehicle Corridor Deployment and Performance Measures for Assessment $ 100,000
KS 2014 Development of standard drawings for low-cost bridge options $ 100,000
KS 2015
  1. Customization of AASHTO's Bridge Management (BrM) software program for a Kansas specific web based platform ($60,000)
  2. Development of cross section templates to advance 3D models for roadway design projects ($40,000)
$ 100,000
KS 2016
  1. Low Distortion Projection (LDP) ($40,000)
  2. Statewide Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Initiative ($60,000)
$ 100,000
KS 2017 Develop revised processes and training needed to continue with the implementation of 3D subsurface modeling $ 81,600
KY 2014 Development and deployment of the Kentucky Utilities and Rail Tracking Systems (KURTS) $ 100,000
KY 2015 Development and execution of an e-Construction implementation plan $100,000
KY 2016 Implement an electronic Engineering Policy Guide at the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, including development, technology delivery, and training $ 100,000
KY 2017 Implement an Automated Asset Inventory Data Collection System $ 100,000
LA 2014 Development of an Alternative Delivery Selection Matrix, standardized Request for Qualifications and Statements of Qualifications for Construction Manager at Risk $ 100,000
LA 2015 Completion of the Construction Manager at Risk manual including rollout with Stakeholders $ 100,000
LA 2016
  1. Advancing 3D modeling by updating Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development’s current InRoads design software standards to meet the requirements of the new OpenRoads software ($38,080)
  2. Improve and integrate Traffic Data for Data Driven Safety Analysis ($28,514)
  3. Improve the partnerships with Local Public Agencies (LPA) through focus group sessions,  partnership meetings, charter development, and recommendations for streamlining ($36,120)
$ 99,714
LA 2017 Evaluate and implement e-construction in inspection and construction documentation activities to determine viability of agency-wide deployment $ 100,000
MA 2014
  1. Development of Design-Build RFP Templates and Design-Build Manual ($80,000)
  2. Regional Stakeholder Partnering Workshops to Establish an LPA "Pilot" Program ($20,000)
$ 100,000
MA 2015
  1. Host three (3) Smarter Work Zone workshops ($24,000)
  2. Develop Massachusetts Road Diet policies and performance measures ($76,000)
$ 100,000
MA 2016 Develop and implement a statewide Construction Project Documentation (CPD) SharePoint System $ 100,000
MA 2017 MassDOT Construction Project Documentation (CPD) SharePoint System $ 48,000
MD 2014 Development of standard drawings and specifications for low-cost bridge/culvert structures (Prince George's County DPW&T) $ 100,000
MD 2015 Hosting a Traffic Incident Management Conference to expand the depth and breadth of first responders training $ 28,800
MD 2017 Advance e-Construction roadmap in Maryland through purchase of mobile devices for field inspection personnel $ 100,000
ME 2014
  1. Traffic Incident Information Exchange, E911 Location Verification and Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) Integration ($27,000)
  2. Continued refinement of business processes, technologies, and user training in support of the exchange and use of 3D model data for construction ($54,720)
$ 81,720
ME 2015
  1. Advancement of Prefabricated Full-depth Precast Concrete Deck Panels with Ultra-high Performance Concrete (UHPC) Connections ($49,680)
  2. Development of an environmental compliance/commitments database ($32,000)
  3. Development of a bat MEGIS data layer to help Maine DOT screen projects for both state and federal endangered species impacts ($16,000)
$ 97,680
ME 2016
  1. Establishing Planning and Environment Linkages by incorporating environmental and NEPA-related risks assessments into candidate project screening ($38,400)
  2. Expansion of Maine DOT’s use of mobile devices for E-Construction in field inspection applications ($61,600)
$ 100,000
ME 2017
  1. Provide Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measures (ATSPMs) Education to signal designers and operators ($64,000)
  2. Provide Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP2) Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Training ($16,000)
  3. Provide training and develop standard operating procedures to implement the use of Variable Speed Limit Systems ($20,000)
$ 100,000
MI 2014
  1. Report on Pilot Application of Geospatial Utility Infrastructure Data Exchange (GUIDE)
  2. Diverging Diamond Interchange (DDI) scan in Missouri and development of DDI guidance document
  3. Development of Construction Manual Guidance & Standard Specification language for utilization of AMG/AMC & Stringless Paving
$ 100,000
MI 2015 Development of a comprehensive set of data collection standards and other informational materials to continue advancing Geospatial Utility Infrastructure Data Exchange (GUIDE) $ 100,000
MI 2016
  1. Develop Data-Driven Safety Analysis (DDSA) guidance ($28,000)
  2. Adopt the use of the Super Air Meter for field testing of fresh Portland cement concrete, including purchasing equipment, training, specification development, and outreach ($72,000)
$ 100,000
MI 2017
  1. Assemble a compendium of Community Connections analysis tools, techniques and resources that supports Michigan's Multi-modal Development and Delivery (M2D2) implementation and recommend revisions to existing guidance ($30,000)
  2. Advance Michigan's Civil Integrated Management (CIM) program through pilot projects, lessons learned, training, and providing recommendations for project PDF and digital delivery of projects ($70,000)
$ 100,000
MN 2014
  1. Development of performance specifications for Asphalt Mixture Performance Testing for Fatigue and Thermal Cracking ($40,000)
  2. Implementation of Thin Bonded Concrete Overlays of Asphalt Pavements ($19,500)
  3. Development of a "Best Practices" document for Soil Stabilization Design and Construction Procedures ($35,000)
$ 94,500
MN 2015 Development of procedures for the use and placement of Downstream Speed Notification Signs and the associated monitoring equipment on urban freeway and interstate projects $ 100,000
MO 2014
  1. Development of Details and Specifications for Fiber Reinforced Polymer Bridge Deck Panel ($85,000)
  2. High Friction Surface Treatment Exchange ($15,000)
$ 100,000
MO 2015
  1. Development of specifications for electronic deliverables and specifications for the use of 3D models in inspection and administration ($92,980)
  2. Smarter Work Zone Peer Exchange/Scan Tour of Michigan and Iowa ($7,020)
$ 100,000
MO 2016
  1. Accelerating Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Data Collection by integrating data feeds with Regional Integrated Transportation Information Systems ($60,000)
  2. Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measures (ATSPM) Peer Exchange ($2,490)
  3. Host a Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Summit ($37,370)
$ 99,860
MO 2017 Advance 2-D hydraulic modeling (CHANGE) through the purchase of sonar equipment and training $ 100,000
MS 2014 Development an Accelerated Bridge Construction guideline $ 100,000
MS 2015 Advancing the Implementing Quality Environmental Documentation principles into MDOT's Environmental Manual $ 80,000
MS 2016 e-Construction State’s Construction Manual $ 100,000
MS 2017 Develop construction inspection expectations and sampling/testing requirements for common projects administered by local public agencies $ 100,000
MT 2015 Development and execution of a Design Workflow Study & 3D Model Centric Implementation Plan to transition from a 2D paper plan workflow to 3D model workflow $ 80,000
MT 2016 Implement a statewide data innovation to incorporate resource leveling control practices into the Preconstruction Project Management scheduling application $ 100,000
NC 2014 Development and implementation of a Local Government Agency Certification Program $ 100,000
NC 2015 Development of deep compaction grouting specifications and technology to stabilize settling bridge approach slabs $75,000
NC 2016 Develop standards and specifications for preventive maintenance and repair of the NCDOT Ferry System in order to implement the principles of asset management $ 87,000
NC 2017
  1. Develop and implement a strategy for Automated Traffic Signal Performance Measures (ATSPMs) using high resolution data ($50,000)
  2. Develop and implement a collaborative Complete Streets and STEP training ($50,000)
$ 100,000
ND 2014 Innovation Exchange Campaign $ 100,000
ND 2015 Implementation of e-Construction through the expanded use of mobile devices for field personnel $ 100,000
ND 2016 Continued Support for the NDDOT’s Transportation Innovation Program (TRIP) $ 100,000
ND 2017 Advance the e-Construction initiative, including combining two required diaries into one “General Project Diary” and adding a general file upload feature to upload, organize and search documents $ 100,000
NE 2016 Implement Safety & Asset Management (SAM) by providing the hardware, software, training and technical support necessary for the initial development of TAM systems $ 11,200
NH 2014
  1. State Historic Architectural and Archeological Database ($40,000)
  2. Development of Standards to Support 3D Modeling ($30,000)
  3. Ground-Penetrating Radar ($30,000)
$ 100,000
NH 2015
  1. Implementation of e-Construction through the expanded use of mobile devices ($84,000)
  2. Development of a Design-Build guidance document ($16,000)
$ 100,000
NH 2016
  1. Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP2) Traffic Incident Management (TIM) Training ($16,000)
  2. Implement e-Document Storage Solutions, including research, integration, preparing standard operating procedures, developing mobile applications, and training. ($84,000)
$ 100,000
NH 2017
  1. Develop 2D hydraulic models to be used in a training course and to promote the CHANGE initiative ($17,600)
  2. Develop guidance and procedures for Design-Build Accelerated Project Delivery ($16,000)
  3. Deploy dedicated short range communications (DSRC) infrastructure to respond to the AASHTO's Signal Phasing and Timing Challenge ($66,400)
$ 100,000
NJ 2015
  1. Advancement of Data Driven Safety Analysis ($41,600)
  2. Advancing the use of mobile devices in the administration and oversight of the Local Public Agencies program ($21,464)
$ 63,064
NJ 2017
  1. Purchase, use, and evaluate Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) with the goal of developing guidance and specifications for bridge inspection and traffic incident monitoring ($47,956)
  2. Hold Local Agency Peer Exchanges for Local Safety Program delivery utilizing Data Driven Safety Analysis tools ($18,564)
  3. Purchase and evaluate the use of tablets for construction and work zone inspection ($32,404)
$ 98,924
NM 2014 Creation of a digital experience (via kiosks and mobile devices) and other educational material on the use of Diverging Diamond Interchanges $ 100,000
NM 2016 Develop and implement a user’s manual to convert LiDAR cloud data to point data in order for AutoCAD to read as a digital terrain model $ 100,000
NM 2017
  1. Purchase tablets for construction field inspection to pilot e-Construction on several projects. ($40,000)
  2. Coordinate and sponsor an NHI training session for 2-D Hydraulic Modeling ($15,000)
  3. Develop a mix design for bridge deck overlay utilizing local materials for Ultra-High Performance Concrete (UHPC) ($45,000)
$ 100,000
NV 2014 Development of an Implementation Plan for the Nevada DOT Local Public Agency (LPA) Certification Program $ 96,200
NV 2015 Development of statewide mapping and computer-aided design and drafting (CADD) standards and source files for 3D design workflows $ 100,000
NV 2016 Develop and pilot a “Smarter Work Zone System” for the Nevada DOT $ 100,000
NY 2014
  1. Development of 3D/4D Modeling and Civil Integrated Management (CIM) Guidance ($70,000)
  2. Development and implementation of a STIC Communication Plan ($30,000)
$ 100,000
NY 2015
  1. Conduct a TIM Peer Exchange for sharing of best practices from within and outside NYS ($48,000)
  2. Conduct additional Traffic Incident Management training ($52,000)
$100,000
NY 2016
  1. New York STIC Innovation Workshop ($38,000)
  2. Mobile LiDAR Scanning, Data Extraction, Digital Mapping and Modeling of Pedestrian Sidewalk Ramp Locations along a 60 mile segment of Route 25, Long Island, New York ($62,000)
$ 100,000
NY 2017 Developing data collection and integration processes, methodologies, and protocols for asset management using 3D and GIS files $ 100,000
OH 2014
  1. Implementation of Quality Environmental Document Manual/Guidance ($60,000)
  2. Local Public Agencies (LPA) Day - Training on the Updated Certification Process ($24,000)
  3. Cost Savings Innovations Best Practices Database ($16,000)
$ 100,000
OH 2015
  1. Combining 3D modeling with a construction project's Critical Path Method schedule ($37,080)
  2. Implementation of Mobile Inspector into SiteManager for Project Inspectors ($62,920)
$ 100,000
OH 2016
  1. Hold 12 LPA Days to advance e-Construction, Road Diets, and Data-Driven Safety Analysis with Ohio’s Local Community ($60,000)
  2. Development of a software application utilizing portable devices (smart phone/tablet) for construction contractors to perform required NPDES erosion and sediment control inspections ($40,000)
$ 100,000
OH 2017
  1. e-Construction – to purchase and evaluate software for use on mobile devices in order to execute work orders and conduct condition inspections ($28,000)
  2. e-Construction and asset management – to develop a sign condition inventory that can be integrated with GIS ($39,427.33)
  3. e-Construction – to purchase and evaluate web-based software for e-Construction for several local municipalities ($26,400)
  4. Local Technical Assistance Program support for EDC and STIC promotional activities and materials ($6,172.67)
$ 100,000
OH 2018 Community Connections – to create of a decision matrix that allows for input and output of multiple variables as well as scenario planning $ 100,000
OK 2014
  1. 3D Modeling Equipment for Construction Verification
  2. Use of Chat Mine Aggregate on a High Friction Surface Treatment
$ 100,000
OK 2015 Development of standard drawings for low-cost bridge options for use by Local Public Agencies (LPAs) on low-volume locally owned roads $ 100,000
OK 2016 Develop standard drawings for Precast Concrete Drainage Structures per the AASHTO and ASTM Specifications $ 100,000
OK 2017
  1. Develop and implement an outreach plan to accelerate Innovation Deployment in Oklahoma ($60,000)
  2. Demonstration of Autonomous Truck Mounted Attenuators for Innovative Work Zone Safety ($40,000)
$ 100,000
OR 2014 Advancement of a web-based Categorical Exclusion system $ 100,000
OR 2015 Development an accreditation guidance for a Stormwater Technology Testing Center $100,000
OR 2016 Implement of the results from a research project to improve ODOT’s Chip Seal Program, including implementation workshops, specification updates, and field demonstrations $ 100,000
OR 2017 Development of a streamlined information system to automate process flows and integrate the environmental process with ODOT’s project delivery process $ 100,000
PA 2014
  1. Rumble Strip Installation on Thin Pavement Overlays Compendium
  2. High Friction Surface Treatment Binder Evaluation
$ 100,000
PA 2015 Development and deployment of a Salt and Snow Academy to train local governments with the most up to date and most cost effective methods for winter maintenance $80,000
PA 2016 Local Government Safety Seminar $ 80,000
PA 2017
  1. Business plan development and outreach for a Traffic Incident Management (TIM) training facility ($54,000)
  2. Modifications to Geo-Reinforced Soil-Integrated Bridge System (GRS-IBS) specifications to allow for higher volume, longer structures, and heavier stream velocities ($46,000)
$ 100,000
PR 2015 Development of standard drawings, guidelines, and technical specifications for the EDC innovations adopted in Puerto Rico $100,000
PR 2016 Implementation of a Traffic Management Center, including the acquisition of new and the improvement of existing networking infrastructure $ 100,000
PR 2017
  1. Provide a DDSA training curriculum for transportation and planning professionals ($22,000)
  2. Acquisition of mobile devices for field personnel to use with e-construction application ($20,000)
$ 42,000
RI 2014
  1. Implementing Geospatial Data Collaboration and Creating a Programmatic Agreement for historic resources ($45,000)
  2. Facilitating CMGC Training and Hosting a CMGC Workshop ($15,000)
  3. Implementing 3D/4D/5D AutoCAD Infaworks 360 Program ($20,000)
  4. Developing 3D/4D/5D Modeling Standards for Intermodal Projects ($20,000)
$ 100,000
RI 2015 Adaptive Signal Control $ 100,000
RI 2016 Implement the RIDOT e-Construction program, including workshops, training, software purchase and configuration, and purchasing electronic devices $ 100,000
RI 2017 Pilot the installation and oversight of road weather management sensors to advance an integrating mobile observation (IMO) system $ 100,000
SC 2014 3D Modeling Equipment for Construction Verification $ 100,000
SC 2015 Development and delivery of training on 3D Engineered Models in roadway design, storm sewer and subsurface utility engineering design, and quality assurance inspection on projects with electronic engineering data and 3D models $100,000
SC 2016 Purchase GPS surveying equipment and deliver 3D modeling training $ 100,000
SD 2014 Development of a Highway ROW Inventory Asset Database (Phase 1) $ 100,000
SD 2015 Development of a Highway ROW Inventory Asset Database (Phase 2) $ 100,000
SD 2016 Host an innovation exchange with other States $ 72,000
SD 2017 Implement an innovative approach to paperless construction management through e-Construction (Phase 1) $ 100,000
SD 2018 Implement an innovative approach to paperless construction management through e-Construction (Phase 1) $ 100,000
TN 2015 Development of an Advanced Traffic Incident Management Training Curriculum $ 100,000
TN 2016 Development of Predictive Analytics for HELP Truck Development $ 100,000
TX 2017 Develop and implement strategies to improve data collection for traffic incident management (TIM) $ 100,000
USVI 2015 Advancement of Adaptive Signal Control $100,000
UT 2014 Development of a 3D Utility Database $ 100,000
UT 2015 Development of a guidance document for advertising 3D Engineered Models for Construction as the legal document $ 100,000
UT 2016 Advance the Design-Build program to include the use of Progressive Design-Build as an alternative contracting method $ 100,000
UT 2017 Develop a geospatially enabled indexing program in order to provide an easy point access to data from across the department without copying or duplication $ 100,000
VA 2014
  1. Development of standard operating procedures and training course for management and recycling of sodium contaminated stormwater runoff for snow and ice control ($3,950)
  2. Development of training course for management and disposal of "road kill" as compost ($10,732.20)
$ 14,682.20
VA 2015 Incorporation of a web-based data integration system into VDOT’s Project Document Management System (PDMS) to enhance system usability, minimize manual input redundancy, and increase user adoption $ 100,000
VA 2016
  1. Development of standard Specification and drawings for Carbon Fiber Prestressed piles ($30,000)
  2. Installation of wildlife fencing and jump outs designed to guide wildlife into the underpass, including game cameras to verify the effectiveness of the installation ($70,000)
$ 100,000
VA 2017 Implement a tablet based construction quality management program to support e-Construction $ 100,000
VT 2014 Development of a Design-Build Guidance Document $ 100,000
VT 2015
  1. Training in Lean methodologies in support of an innovative Continuous Improvement initiative VTrans ($50,000)
  2. Conduct Innovation peer exchange scan tours including documentation and development of implementation plans ($50,000)
$100,000
VT 2016 Development of a mapping framework for data integration $ 100,000
VT 2017 Develop an electronic document management system for construction submittals $ 100,000
WA 2014
  1. Development and implementation of ProjectWise GIS Connector ($30,000)
  2. Innovation Conference to present low-cost innovative transportation solutions to WSDOT, Local Agencies, and Tribal Governments. ($70,000)
$ 100,000
WA 2015 Development of a Programmatic Biological Opinion for Bull Trout $100,000
WA 2016 Develop a program to Bundle Bridge Repair and Replacement Projects $ 100,000
WA 2017 Evaluate Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) to determine Asphalt Mixture In-Place Density and share these results statewide $100,000
WI 2015 Development of a Local Public Agency guidance manual $ 100,000
WI 2017
  1. Develop and implement a quantities-to-plans (Q2P) tool that is integrated into the statewide process for project estimating ($60,000)
  2. Develop and implement a non-destructive testing procedure for guardrail posts. ($40,000)
$ 100,000
WV 2017 Purchase equipment and provide statewide training to demonstrate how to properly apply pavement preservation techniques, including scrub seals $ 100,000
WY 2014 Advancement of the Geospatial Data Collaboration initiative $ 100,000
WY 2015 Expand the deployment of technology associated with the Road Condition Reporting mobile app $ 100,000
WY 2017 Develop and deploy additional e-Construction features to WYDOT’s paperless project management system for electronic workflow communications, construction ePrequalification, submittal review, material eCertification, equipment rental rate, and reporting $100,000


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