Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) List

The Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is a Connecticut Department or Transportation (CTDOT) four-year planning document that lists all projects expected to be funded in those identified four years (2018-2021) with Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Federal Transit Administration (FTA) participation. The STIP is multi-modal and includes investments in various modes, such as transit, highways, and bicycle facilities. The STIP is the venue for implementing the goals and objectives identified in regional and State transportation plans. Regionally this document is called the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and includes all projects funded during the four-year subject time frame, both state and federally funded. 

The FAST Act Federal transportation funding bill, in part, requires the TIP to be developed at least every four years. To cover a period of four years, the TIP must be financially constrained and demonstrate that the projects are fund-able through known funding sources. The TIP must also reflect air quality changes due to the scheduled transportation projects. These projects must be consistent with the Metropolitan Transportation Plan, and a public involvement process must meet Environmental Justice and Title IV requirements.

Draft 2021-2024 STIP/TIP

The CTDOT will hold a public comment period for the draft STIP and accompanying draft “Ozone and PM2.5 Air Quality Conformity Determination” beginning August 24, through October 9, 2020. Instructions for providing public comments are located here on the CTDOT website. Detailed information related to the STIP can be found on CTDOT website.

SCCOG will hold a public comment period on the draft 2021-2024 TIP beginning September 1, through October 1, 2020. The public will have the opportunity to comment at two, virtually held meetings on September 16.

Public Meeting Information:

  • SCCOG Board Meeting. September 16, 8:30am. See agenda item #6A.
  • TIP Public Information Meeting. September 16, 7:00pm. The public will have an opportunity to learn about the TIP and give comments.

Other Opportunities to Comment:

  • Letter mailed to 5 Connecticut Avenue, Norwich, CT 06360.
  • E-mail to
  • Phone: 860-889-2324

Aviso Público: Programa de Mejora del Transporte


How do the STIP and TIP affect me?
The STIP and TIP are important documents that represent the direction of transportation capital improvements over a four-year period. Transportation infrastructure is vital to our modern world and includes roads and bridges, public transportation like buses and trains, as well as sidewalks, multi-use paths, and ferries.

If language assistance is needed, please contact SCCOG at 860-889-2324,
Si necesita asistencia lingüística, por favor comuníquese a 860-889-2324,