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STIP Summary Reports

Overview

The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) periodically produces reports that explain the selection process for Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) projects, the Area Commissions on Transportation’s (ACTs) project prioritization process, and how the STIP process worked overall.

The active STIP document for the years 2012-2015 is available on ODOT's STIP home page. The 2015-2018 STIP is currently under development. More information about this process is available on the Planning Section's STIP Guidance.

2015-2018 STIP

STIP Enhance Process Evaluation Reports

A new process is being used to develop the 2015-2018 STIP, dividing it into Fix-It projects that maintain the transportation system and Enhance projects that improve the system. As much of the initial project selection for the Draft 2015-2018 STIP is complete; Planning initiated an evaluation of the new process. These reports summarize results of the evaluation interviews and survey conducted for ODOT.

Executive Summary

Interview Summary

Online Survey Summary

 

2012-2015 STIP

The Oregon Transportation Commission (OTC) approved Project Eligibility Criteria and Prioritization Factors for the 2012-2015 STIP in May 2010. These STIP criteria apply to development, modernization, preservation, and state bridge projects, except those funded in legislation or through special programs with their own criteria.

Potential STIP projects are evaluated for consistency with the approved criteria. ODOT regions develop and use this information to prioritize their needs with help from their ACTs or other stakeholder committees. Modernization projects are divided into Development STIP (D-STIP) projects that need more than the four years of the STIP to reach implementation, and Construction STIP (C-STIP) projects. Depending on their needs, regions can spend their modernization allocation on D-STIP projects, C-STIP projects, or some of each.

Individual project summary reports are developed for proposed modernization projects. Bridge projects have one statewide summary report, and preservation projects are reported by region.

Due to concerns about funding available for the 2012-2015 STIP, the modernization program has been reduced to the minimum required by state law and no new modernization projects are proposed. Modernization projects included in the 2012-2015 Draft STIP are those carried over from the previous STIP and selected under the criteria in effect then or are funded by legislation or other special programs not subject to these criteria. Consequently, the links to individual modernization project reports below are to reports developed for the previous STIP (2010-2013).

OTC Packet

Attachment A: 12-15 Final STIP Reports Packet

Statewide Summary Reports

Region 1

Modernization Projects Preservation Projects State Bridge Projects

Region 2

Modernization Projects

D-STIP C-STIP Preservation Projects State Bridge Projects

Region 3

Preservation Projects State Bridge Projects

Region 4

Modernization Projects Preservation Projects State Bridge Projects

Region 5

Modernization Projects Preservation Projects State Bridge Projects
 

Other Reports

Local Consultation Survey

2010 Local Consultation Survey