The State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is a statewide, prioritized-funding program of transportation projects that is consistent with the long-range statewide transportation plan, also known as moveDC.The STIP is a federally required program that identifies capital projects to be eligible for federal funding.
DDOT developed the current District’s STIP, 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.
STIP Development Process
The District provides opportunities for the public to offer input on transportation projects and priorities as part of the continuing transportation planning process for the development of the STIP. Input can be offered through the federally required public involvement process for the development of the TPB’s TIP via the TPB’s website. Input can also be offered through DDOT's STIP public-participation process by attending and commenting at a public meeting, by submitting information online, or by sending an email. More details are provided in the notice item below.
Notice of Public Comment on the Draft FY 2015-2021 Projects List for the District of Columbia
DDOT will hold two public meetings to solicit public feedback on the transportation projects included in the Fiscal Years 2015 to 2021 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). At the meetings, DDOT will present the Draft FY 2015 to 2021 Project List, which includes data on the type of project, project funding, and the estimated project schedule. In addition, DDOT will provide an overview of the STIP and how it was developed. The Draft FY 2015 to 2021 Project List is located in the related documents section below.