The Long Range Transportation Plan and the 2022-2025 TIP has been approved on May 27, 2021. Please click the link to view both https://www.pacogmovestheregion-2045.com/
The FFY2022-2023 Unified Planning Work Program Final
Pueblo Station Plan Area - Amtrak Southwest Chief and Front Range Passenger Rail
Upcoming Regularly Scheduled 2022 TAC Meetings All meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 9:00am to 11:00 am. All meetings will be held online on Zoom unless otherwise noted. ZOOM -
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• Jan 11, 2022
• Feb 8, 2022
• Mar 8, 2022
• April 12, 2022
• May 10, 2022
• June 14, 2022
• July 12, 2022 – usually no meeting
• August 9, 2022
• September 13, 2022
• October 11, 2022
• November 8, 2022 – usually no meeting
• December 1 or 8 , 2022* – combination of Nov&Dec
*Combining November and December meetings. Date tentative, TAC needs to make a decision on exact date at October/November meeting.
We will be doing a hybrid meeting with in person and Zoom
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The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) invites you to register for and attend a free webinar on FHWA’s Proven Safety Countermeasures 2021 Update which is scheduled for Monday, November 22nd, 2021 from 1:00 to 3:00 PM EST. The FHWA Office of Safety recently introduced nine NEW countermeasures to the Proven Safety Countermeasures initiative (PSCi). These additions enhance the already diverse set of safety strategies for State, local, regional, and tribal transportation professionals to consider implementing as part of their efforts to improve safety for all road users on the Nation's roadways.
In addition to adding nine new countermeasures and crosscutting strategies, this most recent iteration of the PSCi updates the existing proven safety countermeasure materials to add recent research and considerations. Widespread implementation of proven safety countermeasures, where appropriate, can serve to accelerate the achievement of local, State, and national safety goals. The updated Proven Safety Countermeasures website is the one-stop shop for resources and information to advance the now 28 countermeasures in your jurisdiction.
Please see the attached flyer to register for the PSCi webinar and please forward this announcement to your colleagues who may be interested.
This webinar is open to all Federal, State, and local agencies and safety stakeholders. Please be sure to share this invitation with your partners, members, or colleagues who may be interested in attending.
This webinar will introduce the nine new countermeasures, walk you through the updated website with new features, and highlight resources that can assist with implementation in your jurisdiction.
Registration is FREE but is required to participate. Please register no later than Friday, November 19th at: PSC Webinar Registration
If you have any questions, please contact [email protected].
Michael S. Griffith
Director, Office of Safety Technologies
Federal Highway Administration
The Office of Safety is promoting safety data for the month of November. Safety decisions require QUALITY DATA to ensure safety analysis results in effective safety programs. Technical assistance is available from FHWA’s Roadway Safety Data Program.
Construction Project Administration (CPA) for Local Agencies
CDOT’s CPA for Local Agencies is an introductory course that familiarizes Local Agency project managers with CDOT's best practices in project administration. This includes understanding the contract and its implications, meeting facilitation, field inspections, federally-required paperwork and reporting, and documentation helpful to a project’s success.
Who should attend?
Project Managers and Project Engineers who manage or supervise local agency construction projects in Colorado, including:
- Local Agency Project Engineers and Project Managers
- Consultant Project Engineers
- Contractor Project Superintendents and Project Managers
What will I learn?
- How to interpret the components and conditions of a construction contract including all the applicable rules, regulations, standards, specifications, and agreements as well as the supporting documentation associated with the contract.
- How to collaborate with contractors to ensure all conditions and components of a construction contract are followed.
- How to effectively use available materials and resources to find resolutions during a project.
- Best practices for completing the Local Agency and federal paperwork and form completion during the life of the project.
When and where is the course offered?
- R3: Nov. 30 – Dec. 1, 2021 This class will be held virtually.
How much does it cost?
- $100 per attendee; includes instruction and participant materials.
How do I register?
- Local Agency personnel, contractors and construction managers:
Go to www.codot.gov/programs/tetp
- If you have questions: Contact Allison Wilson, TETP Manager
[email protected] or 303.757.9298