South Western Region Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
The 2012-2015 TIP for the South Western Region Endorsed by the MPO & US DOT
What is the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)?
The South Western Region Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is developed in cooperation with the Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT), municipalities and transit operators in the South Western Region. The TIP is a listing of all state and local federally funded transportation improvements over the next four years and is part of the Statewide TIP (STIP). As projects in the TIP are modified and new projects identified the TIP is amended.
Projects included in the TIP are reviewed for potential benefits and burdens to the Region's communities and included as part of the annual Environmental Justice report.
Check out CTDOT's pamphlet on the STIP
TIP PROJECT MAP - FFY 2012 - 2015
Click on the map below to navigate to SWRPA's interactive TIP Map.
Google Earth: Download TIP Projects KML files
CTDOT Bridge Programs - SWR Extract
Transportation Funding Programs
SWRPA Project Evaluation Criteria
AIR QUALITY CONFORMITY
CTDOT conducts an Air Quality Conformity analysis with each update of the TIP and LRTP to ensure that projects will not adversely affect air quality in the region. Reports are posted on the CTDOT website under Air Quality Conformity Determination Reports. Additional information on air quality conformity is also available on the Air Quality Conformity webpage
SOUTH WESTERN REGION TIP OBLIGATED PROJECTS
A full listing of projects in CT for which funding was obligated in 2011 is posted on the CTDOT website: http://www.ct.gov/dot/cwp/view.asp?a=1383&q=431790
STATEWIDE TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (STIP)
The STIP is a four year financial document listing all projects anticipated to receive federal funding within the same four year period. The present 2012 STIP covers federal fiscal years 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and FYI (which represents anticipated future year investments). The STIP is updated periodically and encompasses the Regional TIPs within the state.
Access to both 2010 and 2012 CTDOT STIP documents can be found at the link provided below:
For more information contact Sue Prosi at (203) 316-5190.