Project Details
  Report Glossary...InfoColumn GlossaryDescription: This is the descriptive project titles for each project.

Photos: This indicates whether there are photos available of the project.

Category: Capital Projects are grouped by Categories that reference different types of Assets. This field captures the category description for this project.

Phase: This is the Current phase for each project. Projects begin in Planning, progress to Design, then Construction and finally Completion.

Latest Amendment: This is the latest MTA Board (or Capital Program Review Board) approved budget amount for each project.

Current: This is the latest available value for the project budget as recorded in the MTA Capital Program Management System.

Latest Amendment vs. Current: This calculated field shows the difference between the Latest Amendment Budget and the Current Budget as a percentage of the Latest Amendement Budget. A budget decrease exceeding 10% is indicated by green text, a budget increase exceeding 10% is indicated by red text.

Scope: This indicates a change in overall project scope.
    An up arrow indicates a significant increase in scope.
    A Down arrow indicates a significant decrease in scope.
    If the project scope has not changed or the change is not significant, this column is blank.

Original Start: This is the Original Construction Start Date or the start date of major activity for each project.

Current Start: This is the Current Project Start Date for each project.

Original Completion: This column shows the Original Project Completion Date for each project. A project is complete when it is in beneficial use.

Current Completion: This column shows the Current Project Completion Date for each project.

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NYC Transit and MTA Bus data have not yet
been updated to reflect 2015. Data for these
Agencies still reflect project status as of 2014.
NYC Transit and MTA Bus data have not yet
been updated to reflect 2015. Data for these
Agencies still reflect project status as of 2014.
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