The purpose of this program is to provide federal funds directly to member subregions for the advancement of projects through the Concept Development (CD) phase. The CD Phase involves drafting a well-defined and well-justified Purpose and Need Statement focusing on the primary transportation need to be addressed. CD Phase elements include, but are not limited to, data collection, coordination with New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Subject Matter Experts/local stakeholders, risk identification, development of a reasonable number of sensible and practical conceptual alternatives and investigation of all aspects of a project. These aspects may include environmental, right of way, access, utilities, design, community involvement, and constructability.
The major objectives of the CD Phase are to identify and compare reasonable alternatives and strategies that address the Purpose and Need Statement and select a Preliminary Preferred Alternative.
The CD Phase will provide the information to determine whether or not the study can be advanced to the next phase of the Project Delivery Process and to procure a designer to take the potential project through PE, Final Design (FD) and Construction (CON). The CD Phase provides the framework for advancing the project into the PE phase.
Local Concept Development Reports
- Kaighns Avenue (CR 607), Camden County
- Hunter Street Bridge , Gloucester County
- City of Camden Traffic Signal Improvements, City of Camden (Appendices A-Z)
- Cooper Street Bridge (CR 706), Gloucester County (Appendices A-Z)
- North Olden Avenue Extension, Mercer County
- Lincoln Avenue Bridge, Mercer County
- Trenton Transit Center, Mercer County