2018 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)
Maribeth Wojenski, Transportation Assistant Planning Director
The Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is a four-year planning document that lists all projects expected to be funded in those identified four years (2018-2021) with Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Federal Transit Administration (FTA) participation. The STIP is developed in compliance to Title 23 of the United States Code, the Clean Air Act Section 176(c) and Title VI requirements.
The STIP, which is multimodal, includes investments in various modes, such as transit, highways, and bicycle facilities. The STIP is the venue for implementing the goals and objectives identified in regional and State long-range transportation plans. The STIP is developed in corporation with Federal agencies, State government and Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPO) and in consultation with the Rural Planning Agencies. The STIP must be fiscally constrained and be assessed for impacts to air quality.
This site is regularly updated to include the most currently approved list of STIP Projects.
2018 STIP Update (as of January 24, 2020)
Air Quality Conformity Reports are Available: AIR QUALITY CONFORMITY DETERMINATION REPORTS
Questions or comments concerning the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program should be addressed to:
Rose A. Etuka
Transportation Supervising Planner
Phone:(860) 594-2040 E-Mail Address: Rose.Etuka@ct.gov