2011-2014 (+2) STIP REVISION #17

 The State Department of Transportation is providing an opportunity for the public to submit comments on the proposed STIP Revision #17 to the Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2011 to 2014 (+2) Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP).  The STIP document identifies projects that are to be programmed for federal Highway or Transit funding.

The primary purpose of this revision is to address needed changes to FHWA funded projects due to shifts in project schedules, priorities and cost estimate increases or decreases that occurred through the project development process.  Other scheduling changes or funding restructuring were also necessary to fiscally balance the aforementioned changes.

Changes to the FTA program reflect updated revenue estimates, project development related changes and updated grant award schedules.

Proposed Revision #17 of the 2011-2014 STIP (pdf file 1.26mb)

 Proposed STIP Revision #17, new project information and a list of explanations of the changes reflected in this revision can be found in the following file. The file sorts projects first by project type, then by STIP project number. Changes are noted in red text.

 Revision #17 Summary of Changes and Maps (pdf file 2.37mb)

Changes to the City and County of Honolulu’s FHWA program are pending and are concurrently being processed as a Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) revision by the Oahu Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO).  Please see more information on the TIP process and TIP Revisions at the Oahu MPO website at: http://www.oahumpo.org/plans-and-programs/transportation-improvement-program-tip/

Hard copies of the proposed STIP may be obtained by calling (808) 587-6355, or by using the contact information below.
Comment period for STIP Revision #17 ended on February 7, 2014
See comments & responses here (pdf file 498 kb)

      Highway Planning Branch
      869 Punchbowl Street, Room 301
      Honolulu, Hawaii 96813

      email:  [email protected]
      fax:  (808) 587-1787

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