STIP Project Proposal
State of Hawaii
Department of Transportation
Statewide Transportation Improvement Program – Project Proposals
This website provides information regarding project proposals for the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) for the Federal Fiscal Years (FFY) 2015 to 2020, identified as FFY 2015 – 2018 (+2).
The STIP is a statewide prioritized list of Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funded transportation projects, and regionally significant projects on the federal-aid system. Projects utilizing FHWA or FTA funds or are on the federal-aid system of regional significance must be on the STIP.
STIP projects being proposed must be consistent with the Statewide Transportation Plan and the regional transportation plans; should originate from a transportation program or management system; and be reasonably funded and completed in the time estimated for the entire planned project.
In addition to these project requirements, the STIP must be financially constrained each year for FFY 2015 to 2018. These four years will be approved for federal funding assistance by the FHWA and FTA. The subsequent two years, FFY 2019 to 2020 are not financially constrained and will not be approved for federal funding assistance through this 2015 to 2018 (+2) STIP. These two years are informational, and also used for programming and STIP management purposes. FTA funded projects are not required to be submitted for this two year span.
The proposed STIP projects for your agency shall be submitted in the provided FFY 2015 – 2018 (+2) STIP format. The STIP format is provided below
C. Maui County
D. Kauai County
For the consideration of available FHWA funds, use the State’s annual estimate of $160 million with a regional average yearly distribution of, Oahu – 50%, Hawaii – 19%, Maui – 18%, Kauai – 10%. These distributions include both State and County projects for the region. Additionally, to assist with the development of your agency’s STIP spreadsheet, refer to the currently approved STIP and STIP information on the Department’s STIP public website.
To ensure a comprehensive and federally compliant STIP is developed, project proposals to be submitted to our department must include a completed Project Programming Request (PPR) form. The PPR and PPR instructions file is provided below
PPR and PPR Instructions (State)
PPR and PPR Instructions (County)
Provided below is the STIP Development Milestones schedule.