The New Jersey Department of
Transportation (NJDOT) is committed
to effectively and efficiently
managing its transportation
projects from Problem
Screening Phase through
updates, and streamlines
project management procedures
and processes to ensure
delivery of quality transportation
Scope Projects. Following procedures and having access
to supporting documents allows
for improved communication between
all stakeholders and ensures
and secondary, internal and external
agencies have the tools and information
they need to guide them toward the
right business outcome.
These agencies include:
The FHWA and the NJDOT have executed
which sets forth the general framework
for accomplishing the stewardship and
oversight responsibilities of a Federal-aid
Highway program. The key documents that
will allow the agencies to identify the
primary and secondary processes and procedures
for each project are:
- Internal -- NJDOT Capital
Program Management, Capital
Investment, Planning and Grant
- External -- Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), nation-wide state departments of transportation, transportation organizations and the consultant community.
The Program Management Office released
Phase 1 Process Improvements
in 2008. Phase
major revisions to the Capital
Project Delivery Process, Quality
Management and Scope Management. Overview
and presentations for the Capital Project Delivery
Process are available.
The files are in Portable Document Format (PDF) and will need Adobe Acrobat Reader (available at our Adobe Access Page).
For questions or comments contact the Program Management Office (PMO).