Delivery Requirements and Status of Approved Projects

In order to increase visibility and improve project delivery, the Office of Federal Programs has developed delivery requirements for the local Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) projects. All agencies are expected to deliver their HSIP projects within the time frames provided in the delivery requirements.

If an HSIP project is ready to move forward to the next phase however the project is not programmed in the current Federal Fiscal Year (FFY), the local agency can and should use the Expedited Project Selection Procedures (EPSP) to shift the programmed project funding in order to meet the delivery schedule. Caltrans District and Headquarters staff will work with local agencies to ensure that the use of the EPSP and the authorization requests are approved as quickly as possible.

Prior to making any project scope change and/or cost adjustment for a safety project, the agency responsible for delivering the project must first contact the DLAE or the district safety coordinator for guidance, and then the HSIP Managers in case needed.

Project and Program Summaries

The table below has links to summary reports for the HSIP program. Since the High Risk Rural Roads (HR3) Program is now part of the HSIP, the existing HR3 projects have been combined into the HSIP.

Local agencies with on-going HSIP projects should check and monitor the delivery status of each of their projects by opening the “List of All Projects ” report. This report shows the expected PE and CON authorization dates for each project and its current delivery status.

Reports Updated As Of Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP)
Includes High Risk Rural Road Projects
February 10, 2021 Detailed Project Delivery Status

List of All Projects(Excel) 

List of Delayed Projects(Excel)


Summary

Summary by District(PDF)

Summary by HSIP Cycles(PDF)