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Chapter 5. Administration
. State highway system
. Rest stops and pullouts
. Innovative construction contracting pilot program
. Statewide transportation planning process
. Statewide transportation planning objectives
. Statewide transportation plan
. Public participation in the statewide transportation planning process
. Methods for receiving public input
. Public review of the draft plan
. Adoption of the statewide transportation plan
. Statewide transportation improvement program (STIP)
. Public participation in STIP process
. General requirements for the STIP
. Project classification
. Project needs list and evaluation
. Draft STIP and adoption of the final STIP
. STIP protests
. Financial data
. Amendment of the STIP
. Mandatory and other classes of projects not subject to scoring
. Best interest
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