Tracking and Delivery

PSRC’s project tracking program helps ensure the region's federal funds are put to work to improve transportation.

Project Tracking

PSRC’s project tracking program was created in 2000 to monitor the progress of projects awarded PSRC’s federal funds. Over time, these policies have successfully resulted in PSRC funds being utilized more efficiently and with fewer delays, ensuring the region continues to be successful and no funds are lost.

As part of its ongoing project tracking efforts, PSRC is conducting research into its Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) awards. As part of this work, PSRC’s FHWA awards from its 2012 and 2014 funding cycles were reviewed and the status of each project was identified. This information and other PSRC project award data can be accessed using the link below. Note: the FHWA awards from PSRC’s 2016 Project Selection Process are not yet included in this research, but will be added shortly.

Project Delivery

Regions across the state are required to achieve annual delivery targets for the use of Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) funds. If the delivery targets are not met, regions may lose some portion of their federal funds. PSRC has achieved its target each year since the statewide delivery was established.

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