Completing a daily diary in accordance with Subsection 111.09 of this Manual (Resident Engineer's Daily Utility Diary) and submitting same on a WEEKLY basis as follows:
Construction Office District Engineer Intermodal Transportation Planner, Planning & Research Division File (Original and one copy)
Provide inspection at the same level that is required on Utility Agreements (Subsection 111.09 of this Manual).
Prepare and submit Current and Final Estimates on the "Estimate Sheet" (AHTD Form 19-119, based upon invoices submitted by the Contractor/railroad and verified by Resident Engineer personnel in a general manner. These are to be submitted through the District Engineer to the Planning and Research Division for processing.
Attach to the Final Estimate the Railroad's certification that all materials meet the minimum requirements prescribed by FRA Track Safety Standards.
Conduct a Semifinal Inspection with District and Railroad Personnel, and the Intermodal Transportation Planner and provide a list of work remaining to the Contractor/railroad.
Once all work is completed, the Intermodal Transportation Planner will contact the Federal Railroad Administration to request a final inspection of the project by a FRA Rail Inspector. The Intermodal Transportation Planner will notify the District Office, the Railroad, and the Resident Engineer of the Rail Inspector’s findings.
Upon successful completion of the project, the Railroad will be notified by the Intermodal Transportation Planner by letter. Copies of this letter will be sent to the Resident Engineer and to the District Office.
As in the case of utility Force Account work, Original Source
responsibility verify them. submitted.
of the Utility (Railroad). They will be audited
Resident by Fiscal
Documents are the are not required to Final Estimate is
SECTION 112A ENHANCEMENT PROJECTS
112A.01 General. The Intermodal Surface Transportation Act (ISTEA) of 1991 contains provisions for development of transportation enhancements activities. Transportation enhancements activities are defined as:
Bicycle and pedestrian facilities,
Acquisition of scenic easements,
Scenic or historic highway programs,
Landscaping or other scenic beautification,