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State Transportation Improvement Program

The Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is the District’s federally required program that identifies Capital projects to be eligible for federal funding under title 23 U.S.C. and title 49 U.S.C. Chapter 53 [Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Section 450.104 pg. 9].

DDOT’s STIP lists all surface transportation projects, public transit projects, and multimodal projects proposed for funding by any source including federal, local, and private. The District’s STIP is updated bi-annually covering a period of 6 years. All States and the District of Columbia are federally mandated to produce a Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) as a part of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) US Title 23 (Highways) and US Title 49 (Transit).

Regional Coordination

The current District’s STIP is developed by DDOT and is submitted as part of the District’s contribution to the National Capital Region Transportation Planning Board (TPB)’s Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). For more information about the TIP please visit the TPB’s TIP External website. To review the latest amendment, see the District’s portion of the FY 2013-2018 TIP [PDF].

STIP Development Process

The District provides opportunities for the public to provide input on transportation projects and priorities as part of the continuing transportation planning process for the development of the STIP. Input can be received through the federally required public involvement process for the development of the TPB’s TIP via the TPB’s website, and through the DDOT website by using the comment section below. DDOT is in the process of preparing the next STIP for FY 2014-2018. Once available, the DRAFT STIP will be made available online for public review and a 30-day comment period.

Notice of Public Comment on the Draft FY 2014-2018 Projects List for the District of Columbia

DDOT is providing notice for public comment on the draft project list for the update to the agency's portion of the FY 2013-2018 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The draft project list will add modifications or amendments to the region’s approved TIP of Record (FY 2013-2018 TIP) to reflect projects in FY 2014-2018.

The TIP is a 6-year financial program that describes the schedule for obligating federal funds to state and local projects. The TIP contains funding information for all modes of transportation, including highways and HOV lanes, as well as transit capital and operating costs.

The public is welcome and encouraged to review and comment, in writing, on projects in the District for FY 2014-2018.  The draft project list for the update to the DDOT portion of the FY 2013-2018 TIP can be viewed online. To provide comments on the proposed project list, please visit the website for public comments

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