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Capital Project Delivery
The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) is committed to effectively and efficiently managing its transportation projects from
Problem Screening Phase through Construction. The NJDOT continuously improves, updates, and streamlines project
management procedures and processes to ensure the delivery of quality transportation projects.
The Capital Project Delivery (CPD) web site guidance establishes a consistent framework for
the delivery of NJDOT capital projects. Since each capital project contains unique elements (location, geometry, scope, etc.) the
CPD Project Customization Guideline(pdf 395k) provides information on how to customize this framework to use on individual projects,
including Limited Scope Projects.
Please note that Transportation Systems Management (TSM) has developed a Project Delivery Process tailored to their specific needs using
the Capital Program Management (CPM) CPD as the foundation but with some modifications. Therefore, designers of all TSM led projects
must follow the TSM Limited Scope Project Delivery Process.
Following procedures and having access to supporting documents allows for improved communication between all stakeholders and ensures
NJDOT's primary and secondary, internal and external agencies have the tools and information they need to guide them toward the right
These agencies include:
Internal -- NJDOT Capital Program Management, Capital Investment, Planning and Grant Administration; and
External -- Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), nation-wide state departments of transportation, transportation organizations and
the consultant community.
The key documents that will allow the agencies to identify the primary and secondary processes and procedures for each project are: