Guidance for Successful Fish and Wildlife Connectivity Projects
Successful fish and wildlife connectivity projects require adequate planning and continuous staff support to achieve desired goals. The six steps in the process include:
Using science and data to inform barrier locations with the greatest biological value.
Selecting the proper engineering solution after considering a variety of alternatives that maximize return on investment.
Obtaining adequate funding to permit, construct, and monitor the site post-construction.
Ensuring appropriate permits are acquired to construct the project.
Constructing the project.
Evaluating the success of the project design in meeting connectivity goals.
Fund priority locations
Caltrans Fish Passage Project Delivery Process
The document to the left is an overview of the deliverables, responsible divisions, phases of work structure, and coordination associated with the delivery process of Caltrans' fish passage projects.
The delivery process occurs in six phases:
I. Long-range Planning (pre-K phase)
II. Project Initiation (Phase K)
III. Project Approval and Environmental Document (Phase 0)
IV. Plans Specifications and Estimate (Phase 1)
V. Right-of-way (Phase 2)
VI. Construction (Phase 3)
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MONITORING AND MAINTAINING
Successful design performance