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State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)

The State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is a list of projects that the state proposes to fund with federal aid.
2014-2017 State Transportation Iimprovement Program PDF icon The Federal Highway Administration has approved MDOT's FY 2014-17 STIP document.

Amendments to the FY 2014-2017 STIP

Amendments Explained

Current Amended STIP Report List as of 4/3/2014

To request a printed copy of or comment on the STIP, please write:
Robert H. Parsons
Public Involvement and Hearings Officer
Bureau of highway Development
Michigan Department of Transportation
P.O. Box 30050
Lansing, MI 48909
Voice: 517-373-9534
FAX: 517-335-5696 
Please include name, organization (if applicable), and address with comment.

Primer and Use for Uniform STIP PDF icon
Get Involved! How to influence the project selection/approval process

What's Included?
  • Road, bridge and transit projects located exclusively in rural areas
  • The transportation planning processes
  • The public involvement process
  • A financial plan that compares annual resources to new commitments.

Not included are:

  • Projects in larger metropolitan areas. Those projects are listed in the Transportation Improvement Plans (TIPs) prepared by local Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs).
  • Some smaller safety and heavy maintenance projects. These projects will be selected later this year after further analysis of highway conditions.
  • Local projects on federal-aid-eligible roads selected through the Rural Task Force or Small Urban Program project selection process. These projects are grouped as a single line item in the STIP rather than being listed individually.

MDOT FY 2011-2014 STIP Comments Summary Report PDF icon

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