Additionally, explore the Interactive TIP Site-Specific Map of Projects.
There are many ways to provide feedback on the Draft 2022-2027 TIP and Draft Air Quality Conformity documents. Including:
- Register for a webinar on Tuesday, July 19th at 6pm explaining what exactly the TIP is, the project evaluation and selection process, which projects were selected, and analysis of the full program. Additionally, the Air Quality Conformity Analysis document assessing the projects in the TIP will be presented.
- Attend an Open House on Wednesday, July 27th, 5:30p-7:30p at the Saratoga County Office Building, 50 W. High Street, Ballston Spa, NY or Tuesday, August 2, 5:00p – 7:00p at the Albany Public Library Main Branch, 161 Washington Ave, Albany, NY
- Other popup events around the region...more details to come. Visit this page or our social media accounts for further details
- Visit our Feedback Portal (coming soon) to take our survey and give your thoughts on the TIP as a whole, individual projects, and/or the TIP process. If you have thoughts that you want to share right away use our general feedback form.
- To review and comment on the Air Quality Conformity (AQC) document visit the AQC page.
2022 - 2027 Proposed DRAFT TIP Funding
The following funding scenario has been developed by the CDTC Planning Committee for inclusion on the Draft 2022 - 2027 TIP. For more information on how this scenario was developed please reference the materials from the CDTC Planning Committtee meetings in April and May, 2022.
New FHWA Guidance for NHPP and STBG Funding
FHWA recently released two new guidance documents on its Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act (IIJA) website. The guidance reflects the implementation of the IIJA amendments to the Surface Transportation Block Grant (STBG) program and the National Highway Performance Program (NHPP). Follow the links below to view the full implementation guidance for each program.
Submit a Comment
All public comments on the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) process and specific projects can be made by phone by calling the CDTC Office at (518) 458-2161 or by using cdtcmpo.org/participate.
The 2022-2027 TIP update schedule is subject to change.
May 18, 2022: Planning Committee meeting to approve draft 2022-2027 TIP project list.
June 23, 2022: CDTC Policy Board meets to release the draft 2022-2027 TIP document and project list for public review.
July/August: Public Comment Period on the Draft TIP and Air Quality Conformity. Comments will be due on August 12, 2022.
August 3, 2022: Planning Committee meeting to recommend Policy Board approval of the 2022-2027 TIP and Air Quality Conformity Document.
September 1, 2022: CDTC Policy Board meets to approve the Final 2022-2027 TIP and Air Quality Conformity Document.
Candidate Project Lists
The following projects were propopsed for funding in the 2022-2027 TIP. The candidate projects are organized by project type and are sorted on the total project score that resulted from the project evaluation process.
TIP Project Solicitation and Evaluation Information
CDTC has closed the 2022-2027 TIP project solicitation process. To follow is information related to project eligibility and the evaluation process.
The New York State Department of Transportation, the Capital District Transportation Authority, Counties, Cities, Towns, Villages and other public entities within CDTC's planning area are eligible to apply.
All projects must be eligible for federal aid funding programs under the 2021 Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) including the National Highway Performance Program (NHPP), the Surface Transportation Block Grant Program (STBG) and the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP).
Proposed projects must meet all CDTC elgibility guidelines (2018).
Sponsors proposing projects on roads or bridges they do not own must submit a letter of support from the roadway owner.
Local Government sponsors are required to administer federally funded projects following the guidelines established by NYSDOT in the Local Projects Manual.
All candidate projects are evaluated by the CDTC staff. 50% of the score is derived from a calculated Benefit/Cost ratio and 50% is derived from a Merit Category Score.
CDTC’s Planning Committee and Policy Board are ultimately responsible for funding awards.
Supporting Documents & Data
Project Eligibility Data
Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) Eligibility Criteria
*Note: HSIP program funds may be used on any public roadway.
*Note: For pavement related projects federal-aid cannot be used on roads functionally classified as local (8, 9 and 19).
Evaluation Criteria Materials
Local Bridge Condition Data
Local Pavement Condition Data
Contact Brian Kirch, Transportation Planner, NYSDOT R1 for the most recent pavement surface condition scores by segment for your projects. Brian.Kirch@dot.ny.gov
CDTC Priority Network Maps
Bicycle and Pedestrian Infrastructure
Regional Trail Infratstructure