LPA Basic Project Development Training Britni Saunders LPA Training, Policy & Guidance, INDOT March 27, 2014. Getting Started- Federal Aid.
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LPA Training, Policy & Guidance, INDOT
March 27, 2014
“Stewardship & Oversight”
“Funding: Funding Basics & Eligibility”
Failure to comply puts the LPA at risk of being required to refund a portion or all of the federal funds expended on the project.
Local Project Manager, Crawfordsville, INDOT
Local Project Manager, Greenfield, INDOT
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) provides stewardship over the construction, maintenance and preservation of the Nation’s highways, bridges and tunnels. FHWA also conducts research and provides technical assistance to state and local agencies in an effort to improve safety, mobility, and livability, and to encourage innovation
Local Project Manager, Indianapolis, INDOT
*Please reference the attached contact sheet to see who fills these rolls for your district.
Local Project Engineer, Crawfordsville, INDOT
“Project Delivery: A Process from Cradle to Grave”
Step 1: Define your project
Step 2: Apply for federal funding
Step 3: Receive notice of funding award
Step 4: Schedule the Early Coordination meeting with your district
Step 5: Select a consultant
Step 6: Design Submittals
Step 6A: NEPA Document
Step 6B: Right-Of-Way
Step 6C: Utility Coordination
Step 6D: Railroad Coordination
Step 7: Final Tracings
Step 8: Contract Letting
Step 9: Construction
Step 10: Project Closeout
Local Project Engineer, Greenfield, INDOT
District Local Program Director, Crawfordsville, INDOT
Local Project Manager, Crawfordsville/Greenfield, INDOT