MaineDOT Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)

Maine’s Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is a statewide prioritized listing/program of transportation projects, covering a period of 4 years, and is consistent with Maine’s long-range statewide transportation plan. The STIP includes the Transportation Improvement Programs (TIPs) of Maine’s four Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPOs). Projects in the STIP represent work funded by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Federal Transit Authority (FTA), projects requiring a federal action by FHWA and/or FTA, and Regionally Significant transportation efforts in Maine.

Maine’s STIP is adopted annually after the approval of the Department’s annual Work Plan, so all new work and adjustments to existing work can be captured. The STIP demonstrates that Maine is fiscally constrained in the programming of federal funding, authorizes the expenditures of those funds, and demonstrates progress towards federally required performance measures established by the state.

STIP Document

MaineDOT is responsible for listing all transportation projects where federal transportation funding will be expended. Any questions or comments should be directed to Ben Condon (ben.condon@maine.gov).

FHWA & FTA STIP Amendments Available for Public Comment

MaineDOT is responsible for listing all transportation projects where federal transportation funding will be expended. MaineDOT is seeking public comments to amend the FY 2021‐2024 STIP. All comments will be considered by MaineDOT. Any questions comments should be directed to Ben Condon (ben.condon@maine.gov).

  • There are currently no amendments listed

Approved STIP Changes