Since 2019, the city of Newark, New Jersey has made their way through an important mission: replacing 24,000 lead service lines (LSLs) within three years and at no direct cost to residents. The success of the Newark LSL replacement program depends on many factors, including seamless coordination with the program team and community stakeholders. For Newark, another important factor includes using innovative tools with some public-facing elements to help plan, communicate, track, and report placements. The Newark program (managed by CDM Smith) demonstrates how technology can help improve efficiency and lower costs for infrastructure leaders embarking on their own LSL replacement journeys to meet the Lead & Copper Rule Revisions (LCRR) compliance in 2024. Learn about how helping Newark digitize their lead pipe replacement program served as the foundation for leadCAST, a cloud-based management system for Lead & Copper Rule program management.