Project Study Report - Project Development Support Guidance

Project Study Report - Project Development Support (PSR-PDS)

Project Study Report - Project Development Support (PSR-PDS)

Project Study Report - Project Development Support Guidance

PSR-PDS Training & Introductory Videos

PSR-PDS Guidance & Review

Guidance Documents

Completed PSR-PDS Documents with Comments

Summary of PSR-PDS Guidance - Contents

  • Summary of PSR-PDS Guidance

Comments/Responses from August 4, 2011 Request for Comments - Draft PSR-PDS Guidance

Guidance Memos

Project Study Report - Project Development Support Introductory Videos

Mary Beth Herritt, Division of Design

Marlon Flournoy, Office of Project Scoping Coordination

Mary Frederick, Office of Capital Project Skill Development

  • Division of Project Management - PSR-PDS Introductory Video

Reto Schaerli, Program Project & Resource Management

Gregoria Ponce, Division of Environmental Analysis

Jerry Champa, Division of Traffic Operations

Timothy Sobelman, Office of Storm Water Management

Eric Blankenburg, Division of Right of Way and Land Surveys

Curtis Burfield, Division of Right of Way and Land Surveys

What Type of Projects Can Utilize the Streamlined PID Process?

All STIP and locally-funded projects are required to use the Project Study Report-Project Development Support (PSR-PDS) format. 

If appropriate, a local agency may submit a request to the District Director asking for approval to use the Project Study Report (PSR) in lieu of the PSR-PDS. 

Given limited resources available to fund the development or review and approval of PIDs, the PSR should be reserved for projects where all support, right of way acquisition, and construction costs will be programmed or funded at once or within a STIP cycle.