Plans on Demand offers two user-friendly options that provide convenient access to existing right of way plans, maps, and other documentation.
Arizona Department of Transportation and Vermont Agency of Transportation demonstrate how they developed and use their Plans on Demand systems.
Lead States: Arizona, Florida, New Mexico and Vermont (red)
Phase I: New participants targeted for pilots and outreach (orange)
Arizona Department of Transportation's website contains indexes for existing Right of Way plans and surveys for interstate highways, state routes and U.S. highways.
Vermont Agency of Transportation's website is a public facing interactive map of highway right-of-way (ROW) plans which allows users to easily access available plans by geographic location.
Paula Gibson Chief Right of Way Agent, Right of Way Group Arizona Department of Transportationpgibson@azdot.gov
Nina Safavi Survey & GIS Project Manager Vermont Agency of Transportationnina.firstname.lastname@example.org
Jessie Zavalza Transportation Engineering Specialist - Right of Way Plans Arizona Department of Transporationjzavalza@azdot.gov
Ryan Cloutier Plans & Titles Chief Vermont Agency of TransportationRyan.Cloutier@state.vt.us
Ben Black Right of Way Technical Support Specialist Arizona Department of TransportationBBlack@azdot.gov
Joseph M. Sena Land Engineering Unit Specialist New Mexico Department of TransportationJoseph.Sena1@state.nm.us
Matthew Gore Surveying and Mapping Specialist Florida Department of TransportationMatthew.Gore@dot.state.fl.us
Mark Marrujo Survey and Lands Manager New Mexico Department of TransportationMark.Marrujo@state.nm.us
James Griffith Survey and Mapping Specialist Florida Department of TransportationJames.Griffith2@dot.state.fl.us
Layne A. Patton Right of Way Officer Federal Highway Administration, Arizona/New Mexico DivisionsLayne.email@example.com