Improvements for pedestrian signals, ADA ramps, and sidewalk connections.
Universal Project Code - The number assigned to a project when it is entered into the VDOT database. The UPC number remains with the project until completion and provides a good way to identify or check on the status of a project.
Indicates which system, program or mode of transportation the project falls within: Interstate, Primary, Urban, Secondary, Miscellaneous or Public Transportation. Descriptions of the systems are as follows:
The Interstate system contains projects identified as being part of the limited-access system of highways that carry route designations such as I-64, I-264, I-464, I-564 and I-664.
The Primary system contains projects located along major roadways that carry a route designation of less than 600.
The Urban system contains projects located within cities and towns.
The Secondary system contains projects located along minor roadways that carry a route designation of 600 or greater.
Miscellaneous projects are generally regional in nature and do not clearly fall into one of the above systems.
The Public Transportation system contains public transportation projects.
The Rail System contains passenger and freight rail projects.
Indicates the locality (or region) in which a project is located, or the agency under which a project is managed.
Scope of Work - Broad category describing the work proposed in the project.
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