The relocation and adjustment of utilities have been reported to cause delays to the completion of roadway projects and increase their total costs. In recent years, departments and ministries of transportation have implemented a number of Best Management Practices (BMPs) and incentives in an effort to mitigate these delays and their associated costs. This paper presents the findings of a recent study that evaluated the performance of utility adjustment Best Management Practices and incentives. The study conducted a comprehensive survey of utility company representatives to gather and analyze their experiences in implementing 45 BMPs in utility adjustment projects. A total of 90 utility company representatives participated in the survey representing all types of utilities, including water, gas, electricity, telecommunications, cable television, sewer, petroleum, high pressure pipelines, hazardous liquids, fiber optics, government entities and internet service providers. The survey was designed to evaluate the performance of these 45 BMPs and incentives including the frequency of their use, their effectiveness in accelerating utility adjustment, and problems and challenges encountered as a result of their implementation. The findings of this study should prove useful to researchers and decision makers in transportation authorities and will contribute to improving the selection and use of the BMPs in an effort to mitigate utility adjustment delays and accelerate utility adjustment projects.