How It Works

Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)

The Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) lists statewide planned projects and assigns funding over a four-year period. It includes the 24 regional Transportation Improvement Programs (TIPs) and two statewide-managed TIPs (Interstate Management Program TIP and Statewide Initiatives TIP). You can view a map of the STIP on PennDOT's website.

Who creates it?

PennDOT combines the 24 regional and two statewide-managed TIPs to create the STIP. PennDOT submits the draft STIP to the Federal Highway Administration, Federal Transit Administration, and the US Environmental Protection Agency for review and approval.

When is it updated?

The STIP is updated every two years after the regional TIPs are submitted and approved.

What laws and regulations are involved?

How does it impact the planning process?

The STIP makes up the first four years of the 12-Year Program (TYP).

Public Participation Opportunities

Read the most recent STIP

The 2021 STIP includes $21 billion ($11.6 billion for Highway/Bridge and $9.4 billion for Transit) in federal, state, local, and private resources over the four-year period for capital improvements. The STIP consists of a list of prioritized projects/project phases identified for funding by federal fiscal year. The 2021 STIP includes Transportation Improvement Programs (TIPs) as adopted by each Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) and Rural Planning Organization (RPO) as well as the TIP for Wayne County and the centrally managed Interstate Management (IM) and the Statewide Items (STWD) TIPs. The 2021 STIP submission includes air quality conformity determinations, public comment information and other supporting documentation.

Read the 2021 STIP (PDF)