What does scope and alignment mean?

When we use the term ‘scope’, we are talking about all of the work and improvements that are expected to be completed as part of a project or even a group of projects.  The ‘alignment’ is where on the land a project is being proposed. An alignment is critical in order to develop a scope for a project.  But at the level of a study such as this, both are very fluid as we make some very high level assumptions for both in order to try and determine which project options should get prioritized to receive funding.

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1. What does scope and alignment mean?
2. When might these projects take place?
3. How does the Town of Plainfield and INDOT work together on the projects highlighted in these studies?
4. What are the impacts to local businesses in this area?
5. What are the impacts to the local residents in this area?
6. Will the public have more opportunities to give feedback?
7. How will we be notified about these projects once they’re approved?