Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 209.05 - Process objectives

(1) The department shall perform project evaluation and selection as a necessary component of its programming process in the following general areas: bridge projects, 3R (resurfacing, recondition and reconstruction) highway projects, interstate projects, and major projects. The objectives of the programming process shall be to:
(a) Provide policy and program choices for the department by evaluating and comparing the benefits and costs of various alternatives for preserving, rehabilitating and improving the highway system.
(b) Furnish information to assess whether available revenues can provide adequate highway and bridge facilities over the long term.
(c) Define a specific program as a target for departmental efforts that ensures efficient use of staff and funds and which accounts for the lead times involved in project development.
(d) Ensure that investment decisions are consistent with statewide objectives by developing systematic criteria and procedures for identifying deficiencies, developing proposed solutions, and selecting projects.
(e) Facilitate the implementation of the department's policy and system plans.
(f) Inform the public of the department's intentions and provide an opportunity for public review and comment.
(g) Provide a basis for coordinating the department's efforts with the planning, programming and budget activities of other state, national, regional, and local agencies.


Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 209.05
Cr. Register, September, 1981, No. 309, eff. 10-1-81.

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