The Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is Oregon's four-year transportation capital improvement program. It is the document that identifies and schedules development of transportation projects and programs across the state. The STIP includes:
- Projects in the federal, state, city, and county transportation systems
- Multimodal projects (highway, passenger rail, freight, public transit, bicycle/pedestrian)
- Projects in national parks, national forests and Indian tribal lands
Oregon's STIP covers a four-year construction period, and is updated every two years in accordance with federal requirements. The project lists are organized by county and include funding and scheduling information.
View the 2012-2015 STIP
The 2015-2018 Draft STIP is available for viewing and public comment. Three public meetings were held in March 2014 to learn more about the STIP and to provide feedback.
Public Meeting Materials
* STIP Book (note: some of these files are very large). Copies of the STIP book are available for viewing at the following public libraries in the Portland metro area:
Hood River County
Hood River Library
Central – Portland
St Johns - Portland
Holgate - Portland
Section 1 (STIP Basics)
Section 2 (Enhance Projects)
Section 3 (Fix-It Projects)
2015-2018 STIP Update: A New Approach
The 2006 Oregon Transportation Plan set the stage for the Oregon Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) transition into becoming a more multimodal agency, and emphasized the need to maintain and preserve existing transportation assets. In summer 2012, in an effort to meet the goals and objectives contained in this plan, the Oregon Transportation Commission (OTC) approved a new multimodal approach for using the limited funding available to maintain and enhance Oregon’s transportation system. This new approach changed how the ODOT and the OTC develops the STIP.
Historically, ODOT has selected transportation projects that were tied to pools of funding dedicated to specific transportation modes or specialty programs. The new STIP development process has been simplified to include two funding categories: