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State Transportation Commission adopts final Five-Year Transportation Program

Fast facts:

  • The State Transportation Commission (STC) approved MDOT’s final 2023-2027 Five-Year Transportation Program (5YTP).
  • The approved 5YTP will be transmitted to the Michigan Legislature, state budget director, and the house and senate fiscal agencies by March 1, 2023.
  • The final 2023-2027 5YTP document is available at Michigan.gov/MDOT5YearProgram.

LANSING, Mich. -  Today, the State Transportation Commission (STC) approved the final version of the Michigan Department of Transportation’s (MDOT) 2023-2027 Five-Year Transportation Program (5YTP) for posting on the MDOT website and transmission to the Michigan Legislature, state budget director, and the House and Senate fiscal agencies by March 1, 2023, as required under state statute. MDOT invited public and stakeholder input on the draft document from Aug. 1 to Aug. 31.

The 5YTP contains a list of planned projects for the MDOT Highway Program (state-maintained roads, bridges, and facilities), as well as information on the Public Transportation, Rail, and Aeronautics programs. The document helps connect MDOT’s long-range goals and strategies for asset management with project programming and monitoring of performance measures and budget targets. Highlights of this year’s 5YTP include:

  • $15.8 billion in anticipated state and federally funded investments, with:
    •  $11.8 billion in Highway Program projects focused primarily on repairing and rebuilding MDOT roads and bridges, with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s $3.5 billion Rebuilding Michigan program contributing more than $1.2 billion to that total.
    •  $3.9 billion in multimodal programs, covering MDOT public transportation (bus, marine, rail, and ports) at $2.9 billion and Aeronautics at $1 billion.
  • Highlights on Highway, Public Transportation, and Aeronautics Program projects contributing to MDOT’s focus on equity and inclusion, transportation resiliency, and pedestrian and bicycle improvements, and
  • A summary of public comments received during the comment period.

Michael Frezell
517-281-6519
FrezellM@Michigan.gov

Monica Monsma
517-335-4381
MonsmaM@Michigan.gov