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The BATIC Institute: An AASHTO Center for Excellence will next installment of the Innovation in Practice webinar series on February 12 from 2 to 3 p.m. Eastern Standard Time. This particular webinar will explore how project bundling offers state departments of transportation a comprehensive and accelerated solution for delivering projects and addressing strategic program goals.

Project bundling streamlines design, contracting, and construction, allowing agencies to capitalize on economies of scale to increase efficiency and supports greater collaboration during project delivery and construction.

Photo by Missouri DOT

Over the past several years, state DOTs in Ohio, Georgia, Oregon, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and Missouri have begun implementing project bundling as a way of improving efficiencies in their project design and execution.

During the webinar, Federal Highway Administration staff will provide an overview of project bundling initiatives across the United States as well as an update on the EDC-5 Project Bundling initiative.

They’ll be followed by representatives from the Pennsylvania DOT and Missouri DOTs who will describe how their respective states structured their project bundling efforts and how their states have effectively used project bundling for infrastructure projects.

Registration is required for this BATIC webinar. For more information and to register for this webinar, click here.

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