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Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

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Regional Plans

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Major CDTC Products

Transportation Improvement Program
Unified Planning Work Program
Public Participation Plan
New Visions
Progress Report
Certification Review

Statewide Plans

State Transportation Improvement Program
Strategic Highway Safety Plan


Regional Plans

Regional Transportation Plan
Transit Development Plan
Washington/Western Avenue BRT
NY 5 Corridor Plans
Freight Plan
Coordinated Plan
New Visions Guidebook


Local Planning Studies

Linkage Program
Performance Measures

Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a multi-year program of transportation projects that implements the products of the planning process described in New Visions 2040, CDTC's long-range regional transportation plan. Federal regulations require that transit, highway and other transportation improvement projects within the Capital District metropolitan area be included in this TIP if these projects are to be eligible for federal capital or operating funding from the Fixing America's Surface Transportation (FAST) Act. The program should also include, for informational purposes, non-federally funded projects and New York State Thruway Authority projects located in the region.

By law, CDTC must update its Transportation Improvement Program every four years as an integral element of a new Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). New York's practice has been to submit a new STIP every two years, to keep the program current. While CDTC's practice is to maintain a five-year TIP, the federally-required STIP covers only the first four years of the period.

CDTC's current TIP was adopted in June 2016 to cover the period from October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2021 (five years of projects).

TIP Document

2016-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

Note: The tables and project listings in the TIP document reflect data
as of July 2016. See the project listings section below for current project data.

Project Solicitation

NEW! - CDTC is currently soliciting for local pedestrian safety projects related to implementation of the New York State Pedestrian Safety Action Plan. Applications are due on March 9, 2018. Learn more...

pdfCDTC Merit Evaluation Scoresheet (as of September 2016)

Project Listings

Project listings are dynamic and frequently updated.
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NY State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)

The Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is a list of all projects, or project phases, in New York State proposed for Federal funding, that are scheduled to begin in the four federal fiscal years (FFY) 2017 - 2020 (between October 1, 2017 and September 30, 2020). The STIP includes a compilation of CDTC's Transportation Improvement Program projects.

Documents and Reports

Transportation Improve- ment Program (TIP)

The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a multi-year program of transportation projects that implements the products of the planning process described in New Visions 2040, CDTC's long-range regaion transportation plan.

Performance Measures

Performance measures provide key statistical information for assessing the impact and condition of our current transportation infrastructure, and helps guide future public investments.

CDTC Products

CDTC produces a number of documents and reports per federal requirements. These plans, studies and programs are the culmination of intensive public outreach and objective analysis, and help to ensure future infrastructure investments provide the utmost benefit to the region.

NY State Plans

The New York State Department of Transportation, or NYSDOT, has published a wide variey of plans and documents regarding infrastructure investment, public safety, engineering & design and many other topics

Regional Plans

In addition to CDTC's long-range transportation plan for the region, our region has several topic and site specific plans and studies related to transportation. While many of these plans come from CDTC, some come from other agencies like CDTA.

Local Plans

CDTC works closely with the cities, towns and villages in our region to provide context sensitive planning solutions to a range of transportation and development issues.