Each State is required, under 49 U.S.C. 5304(g) , to develop a statewide transportation improvement program (STIP) for all areas of the State, covering a period of at least four years. The STIP is a staged, multi-year, statewide intermodal program of transportation projects, consistent with the statewide transportation plan and planning processes as well as metropolitan plans, transportation improvement programs (TIP), and planning processes. The STIP must be developed in cooperation with the metropolitan planning organizations (MPO), public transit providers, and any Regional Transportation Planning Organizations (RTPO) in the State, and must be compatible with the TIPs for the metropolitan areas in the State.- Guidance - Regulation - Statute
|NTI Online Course: State and Metropolitan Transportation Programming||
This National Transit Institute (NTI) online course is a condensed version of the NTI course of the same name, which provides instruction on the basic concepts, components, and participants in the transportation programming (TIP/STIP) process.
|NTI Course: State and Metropolitan Transportation Programming||
National Transit Institute (NTI) course providing instruction on the basic concepts, components, and participants in the transportation programming (TIP/STIP) process.
|NTI Course: Introduction to Statewide Transportation Planning||
National Transit Institute (NTI) course designed to provide an overview of the state transportation planning process, including tools, methods, and best practices.