Projects with expiring Project End Dates
Caltrans Division of Local Assistance (DLA), Office of Project Implementation-South provides guidance and support to local agencies in managing the Federal-aid projects. The Project End Date (PED), previously referred to as the Agreement End Date (AED), is the date that an agency estimates to identify the end of a project phase's Period of Performance. It is defined as the date after which no additional costs may be incurred for an authorized phase of work.
DLA is going to post look ahead report which will list projects for which PED is about to expire within next 9 months. The lookahead report is snapshot of data and it may change when new sequence is authorized and PED updated. DLA is going to post the list biannually in April and October. The purpose of the list is to alert local agencies of expiring PEDs.