ODOT District 5 FY 2014-2017 STIP/TIP Development
The Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) is responsible for the development of the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program. The STIP begins as a compilation of regional Transportation Improvement Programs (TIPs) that are generally adopted every two years by Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs), includes rural areas where ODOT is responsible for programming federally funded projects, and evolves into a comprehensive list of all highway and transit projects that propose to use Federal funds. The STIP is required to be updated a minimum of every four years.
ODOT strives to constantly improve on its long standing practices and processes for consultation with rural local officials during the transportation planning, programming, project development and delivery and transportation decision-making process. To aid in the rural consultation process, STIP resources and a listings of projects with project descriptions, Project Identification (PID), and construction year was compiled. It is ODOT’s intent to maintain efforts to coordinate with local officials to allow for more informed transportation decision-making in their communities.
ODOT Central Office website for the statewide STIP/TIP development
ODOT website with resource documents to guide ODOT and local agencies in the rural consultation process.
District 5 Rural Consultation Presentation (forthcoming)
Presentation given by ODOT District 5 to explain STIP/TIP process
Select the corresponding county to view project listing
Questions / Comments
District STIP/TIP Coordinator
Please send questions to:
ODOT District 5
Attn: Randy Comisford
9600 Jacksontown Road
Jacksontown, OH 43030
District Rural Consultation Meeting – October 3, 2012
County Engineers Association submits project list – October 31, 2012
Two-week STIP/TIP public review period – April 9-20, 2013
STIP/TIP Submittal to FHWA/FTA – May 1, 2013