Outreach interviews should be conducted with procurement and contracts representatives from large transit agencies and Departments of Transportation (DOTs) throughout the country to inform the development of recommendations regarding best practice construction contracting processes for large and small construction projects, including identification of contracting vehicles. A review of the standard terms and conditions language utilized by large transit agencies and DOTs should be conducted to determine best practices and identify items that should be included in the standard terms and conditions along with specific details. For example, what are appropriate insurance levels for large and small contracts, what is a reasonable change order process, what are effective incentive and liquidated damages clauses, etc. In addition to speaking with agency representatives, a literature review should be conducted of professional organization sources like the Transportation Research Board (TRB), American Public Transportation Association (APTA), etc. and discussions should be conducted with representatives of committees like APTA's Procurement Terms and Conditions Working Group. A review Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and other federal regulations that are required in transit-related construction contracts should also be conducted along with a legal review of the best practices found in other states to make sure they meet with and New Jersey-specific laws. The final product should be a template (or templates for different size or types of construction contracts) of standard construction terms and conditions that can be used in contracts with vendors.