The State Transportation Commission (STC) and the Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) partner with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) to help you understand and get involved in the transportation planning and programming process. The goals of this website are to:
I encourage you to use the 12-Year Program report to learn more about our accomplishments, current funding, and upcoming transportation projects near you.
— Yassmin Gramian, P.E., Secretary of Transportation and STC Chair
Planning provides the vision to guide decisions and allocate resources to produce the outcome you desire.
— Jody Holton, AICP, TAC Chair
[The best part of the Online Public Meeting was] being involved with decision makers, hearing comments from other people, and at least hearing that PennDOT is aware of major issues for pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure.
— Online Public Meeting Attendee
I have been associated in one way or another with PennDOT for a long time, almost 50 years…What has never changed is the dedication and professionalism of PennDOT's employees in addressing the transportation issues within the Commonwealth.
— George M. Khoury, III, P.E.
Learn about the latest updates in transportation planning in Pennsylvania.
Multiple plans and programs are used to evaluate, set goals, select projects, and fund Pennsylvania’s transportation needs.
The Transportation Performance Report (TPR) explains the progress and needs of Pennsylvania’s transportation system in the most recent two-year period.Learn more
Transportation Improvement Programs (TIPs) list planned projects and assign funding over a four-year period. TIPs cover regional projects or statewide initiatives.Learn more
The Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) lists statewide planned projects and assigns funding over a four-year period. It comprises 24 regional TIPs and two statewide TIPs.Learn more
Long Range Transportation Plans (LRTP) set policies, visions, and goals over a 20 to 25-year period. Statewide and regional LRTPs help guide the planning process.Learn more
The 12-Year Program (TYP) lists statewide planned projects and assigns funding over at 12-year period. The first four years comprise the STIP.Learn more
Your participation and input are important! There are many opportunities for you to get involved and voice your opinion.