California Department of Transportation

Safety Program Delivery Status Reports

In an effort to increase the visibility of the federal safety programs and improve the delivery of local agency safety projects, safety program delivery requirements were developed. For additional information, read the Safety Program Delivery Requirements [pdf] (Updated 11/06/2013). Similar, delivery requirements have been established for Federal Safe Routes to School non-infrastructure projects: Safety Program Delivery Requirements-Non Infrastructure [pdf] (Updated 10/13/2010).

The expectation is for all agencies to deliver their safety projects within the time frames provided. Local agencies may be required to use the Expedited Project Selection Procedures (EPSP) and advance the delivery of the project in order to meet the delivery time frames. Caltrans District and Headquarters staff will work with the local agency to use EPSP and ensure that authorization requests for all phases are approved as quickly as possible. For additional information on the use of EPSP, read Using EPSP to Meet Delivery Requirements [pdf]. (Updated 12/15/2010)

Local agencies with on-going safety projects should check and monitor the delivery status of each of their projects by opening the “Complete Project Listing” report. This report shows the expected PE and CON authorization dates for each project and its current status. This report also identifies projects with delivery requirement in current Federal Fiscal Year.

All status reports for the Safe Routes to School Program (SRTS) are archived as part of the HSIP Delivery Status Archive.

If you have questions or notice any errors in the data, please contact your District Local Assistance Engineer.

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Last Updated: May 16, 2014