(1) The Department of Transportation shall create a concise status report for the Legislative Assembly of projects listed in the Highway Construction Plan and in the previous status report. The department shall include all of the following in the status report:
(a) An identification of each project, with enough specificity to enable readers of the report to know where the project is located and what the project will accomplish.
(b) An indication of the total amount of moneys the department anticipates will be spent to complete the project and the amount spent on the project as of the date of the status report.
(c) An indication that the project is on schedule, or an explanation if it is not on schedule.
(d) The expected year of completion for the project.
(e) An explanation of any change in priority of a project within the plan or the STIP since the previous status report was issued.
(f) An explanation of any amendments to the STIP that have been made since the Highway Construction Plan was issued.
(g) An explanation of any changes to the adopted budget made by the Emergency Board since the Highway Construction Plan was issued.
(2) When a project has been completed or abandoned, that fact shall be shown in the first status report presented after the completion or abandonment, but need not appear in status reports thereafter.
(3) The status report shall be submitted quarterly to the Legislative Assembly in the manner prescribed by ORS 192.245. [1999 c.939 §8; 2005 c.612 §5]Section: Previous 184.651 184.654 184.655 184.656 184.658 184.660 184.662 184.664 184.666 184.668 184.670 184.675 184.680 184.685 184.689 Next
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