- Current STIP: 2014-17 (pdf)
- STIP Amendments: 2014-17
- STIP Modifications: 2014-17
- Funding Guidance 2015-18 STIP
- 2015-18 STIP Guidance:
- Projects of Division Interest (PODIs)
- Ella List
- American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Information
- MnSHIP 2014-2033
- MnDOT Performance Measures
- MnDOT Strategic Vision
- Projects Currently Under Construction
- Projects -Future Work Planned
- Area Transportation Partnerships
- Corridors of Commerce
- Minnesota GO
Related Guidance & Studies
- Access Management Manual
- Benefit/Cost Guidance
- Complete Streets
- Cost Participation
- FHWA & MnDOT Stewardship Plan (pdf)
- Functional Classification
- Guidelines for Federal Earmark Funding on TH Projects (pdf)
- Interregional Corridors
- MnDOT Public Involvement
- Municipal Agreements
- Project Scoping and Cost Estimating
- Regional Trade Center Study (pdf)
- SRC Eligibility
- Target Formula
- Transportation Long-Range Funding Solutions
- 2013-2016 Final STIP
- 2012-2015 Final STIP
- 2011-2014 Final STIP
- ARRA Amendments
- ARRA Modifications
- Transit ARRA Amendments
- Transit ARRA Modifications
More on the STIP
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What is the STIP?
The State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is Minnesota’s four year transportation improvement program. The STIP identifies the schedule and funding of transportation projects by state fiscal year (July 1 through June 30). It includes all state and local transportation projects with federal highway and/or federal transit funding along with 100% state funded transportation projects. Rail, port, and aeronautic projects are included for information purposes. The STIP is developed/updated on an annual basis.
How is the STIP developed?
Minnesota has both a decentralized and centralized programming process. A majority of the expected federal highway and transit funds are “targeted” to the Area Transportation Partnerships (ATP) for the selection of federally funded projects in the STIP. Federal funds that are not targeted to the ATPs are used for major Statewide bridge and corridor projects that are solicited and awarded centrally. Wholly funded state projects are selected by the eight MnDOT district offices through their district planning processes. Public input is provided by the ATPs and MnDOT at various points within the STIP development process. The STIP is updated on an annual basis.
Can changes be made to the STIP?
Once a STIP is approved by the Federal Highway Authority (FHWA) and the Federal Transit Authority (FTA), major changes to federally funded projects must be approved through a formal amendment process by FHWA/FTA. Lesser changes or the correction of incorrect information in the STIP can be accomplished through the Administrative Modification process which does not require federal approval. FHWA and MnDOT have developed Guidance for STIP Amendments and Administrative Modifications (PDF).
What are the anticipated system conditions after the STIP is implemented?
The Asset Management Outcomes and Needs for STIP Years and Beyond report summarizes expected system condition for pavement and bridge assets on the state highway network in the year 2017. This report is intended to give a high-level summary of the STIP investments and will be updated annually.
Any plans for future STIPs?
MnDOT is investigating various options for developing a Live STIP that would be kept up-to-date with project cost and timing changes. This project is presently in the early stages of investigation.