Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 209.09 - Program development and evaluation

(1) The department shall maintain information on a range of alternative dollar level programs. This information illustrates a range of options and offers the secretary, as well as the governor and the legislature, choices as to the appropriate funding levels for the highway program.
(2) Based on the analysis performed in s. Trans 209.08, the department shall select candidate projects and the appropriate level of improvement. The level of improvement proposed for a candidate project may vary dependent upon the dollar level of the program.
(3) The department shall accomplish both project level and program level evaluations. Evaluations shall assist in the identification of appropriate projects, improvement levels and program dollar levels.
(4) The central office shall review and evaluate the region's program recommendations with several iterations of development and review necessary to produce a single statewide program.
(5) Project level evaluation shall include comparing the extent and severity of deficiencies:
(a) Between projects;
(b) To region and state average for such deficiencies;
(c) To program level average (region and state) for such deficiencies;
(d) And to the proposed improvement level rationale of Figure 2.
(6) The department shall accomplish program level evaluation statewide and between regions by evaluating the:
(a) Extent and severity of project deficiencies corrected;
(b) Changes in accident and system capacity that result;
(c) And the environmental and energy implications of the programs.
(7) The department shall maintain a file of information which specifies the deficiencies of projects analyzed for the program.

Notes

Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 209.09
Cr. Register, September, 1981, No. 309, eff. 10-1-81; corrections in (4), (5) (b), (c), (6) (intro.) made under s. 13.92(4) (b) 6, Stats., Register February 2013 No. 686.

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