Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 209.06 - Programming guidelines

(1) The department shall develop a program within estimated levels of revenue for a prescribed time period as part of a four level decision-making process that includes broad policy planning, system planning, programming and project development (Figure 1)
(2) The programming process shall define a means of project evaluation and selection utilizing the following basic guidelines where appropriate:
(a) Considering alternative program levels to illustrate the cost impacts and benefits of varying program levels.
(b) Utilizing indicators that measure deficiencies to identify candidate improvement projects and the appropriate level of improvement, considering the variation in fund availability.
(c) Achieving adequate surface renewal projects to preserve the overall system serviceability and rideability. The level of surface renewal mileage is defined through analysis of the pavement serviceability index and pavement age.
(d) Replacing or rehabilitating deficient bridges by considering load carrying capacity, physical condition and restrictive or dangerous widths, clearances or approach roadways and coordination with other programmed work.
(e) Distributing funds equitably statewide.
(f) Considering major projects where benefit/cost analysis is favorable, where there is the possibility of significant social and economic benefits and where there is a high degree of public support and acceptability.


Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 209.06
Cr. Register, September, 1981, No. 309, eff. 10-1-81.

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