Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)
What is the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)?
UDOT’s Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is a six-year plan of highway and transit projects for the State of Utah. The STIP is maintained daily and includes transportation projects on the state, city and county highway systems as well as projects in the national parks, national forests and Indian reservations. These projects use various federal and state funding programs.
The STIP and Plan Fund table reflect the latest information available including approved funding and project amendments and modifications. Because of the dynamic nature of the document, users should be aware that complete accuracy in the reports coincides with the date and time the reports are run.
What is the purpose of the STIP?
The STIP serves two basic purposes. First, it documents Utah’s compliance with the requirements of the federal transportation bill Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act, or “FAST” Act. It is the basis for approval of federal-aid highway and transit funds by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA).
Second, the STIP is UDOT’s official work plan for the development of projects through conception, environmental studies, right of way acquisition, planning and advertising for construction for all sources of funds.
The STIP is sorted first by Region and Route. It includes information such as County, Project Identification Number (PIN), Project Number, Beginning Mile Post, Length of Project, and Programmed Funding shown over the length of the Project, Concept Description and Funding Source(s).