Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) 

The 2019 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) was approved on April 17, 2019. The 2019 STIP is a listing of transportation projects requesting funding that includes proposed federal, state and local money for highway, transit, bicycle and pedestrian projects throughout the State during the next four years. The funding will go towards maintaining, operating and expanding the transportation system.

2019 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program

Executive Summary and Project Information – This section contains an overview of the STIP development process, demonstrates compliance with Federal and State law, and illustrates the vital role of public outreach and participation. This section also contains the Statewide Maryland Transit Administration projects and non-metropolitan area highway projects.

2019 Full STIP Document

1.0: Introduction
2.0: Overview of Transportation Planning Agencies
3.0: Key Transportation Planning Documents
4.0: Maryland’s STIP Development
5.0 Linking Maryland’s STIP to MAP 21 and FAST Act

AppendixA: Statement of Self-Certification
Appendix B: SHA Financial Constraint Summary Table and Explanation
Appendix C: Statewide Financial Constraint Summary Table and Explanation
Appendix D: Eastern Federal Lands Division Projects
Appendix E: Statewide Planning and Research Information
Appendix F: Federal Funding Sources
Appendix G: Glossary
Appendix H: List of MTA Urban Transit Projects in TIPs
Appendix I: MTA Rural Projects (Statewide)
Appendix J: SHA Rural Projects (Statewide)
Appendix K: Performance Management Measures / National Goals
Appendix L: Public Outreach and Comments
Appendix M: SHA Obligated Projects, July 2017 to June 2018
Appendix N: MTA Obligated Projects, July 2017 to June 2018

Transportation Improvement Programs (TIPs)

Metropolitan Planning Organization Transportation Improvement Programs (TIPs) This section presents each of the seven MPOs TIPs without change as required by Fixing America's Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act). Please reference the appropriate TIP for all urban area transit and highway projects.

Previous STIP Documents and Amendments

Non-Metropolitan Area Consultative Process

The document below fulfills federal requirements for recording and implementing theNon-Metropolitan Jurisdictional consultation process as part ofStatewidetransportationplanning,programming and decision-making.

Revised Federal MOU Clarifying STIP Amendment and Administrative Modification Procedures

Contact Information

To share your thoughts and ideas, send all comments in writing to:

STIP Comments - Office of Planning & Capital Programming
Maryland Department of Transportation
7201 Corporate Center Drive
Hanover, Maryland 21076