(PAOLI) – Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) Public Open Houses continue Thursday at Paoli Jr./Sr. High School at 501 South Elm Street in Paoli. You can join the conversation from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m.
As part of INDOT’s commitment to public outreach and engagement, 12 public open houses are scheduled this spring to raise awareness of the STIP, its process and to solicit input from our customers as we meet with communities around the state.
During the open houses, INDOT team members will be available to engage in conversation, address questions and solicit input related to a variety of topics including project selection, multimodal, highway safety, economic opportunity, Americans with Disabilities (ADA) programs, Local Public Agency (LPA) programs, public involvement, district construction, maintenance, traffic operations and transportation planning.
Speaking of planning, INDOT has updated its long-range plan for improving Indiana’s Transportation System. INDOT’s Long Range Plan establishes a vision for future transportation investments, examining critical trends, challenges and future-year needs to provide Indiana citizens (Hoosiers) the highest level of safety and mobility possible to meet the needs of economic development and quality of life.
The Long Range Transportation Plan INDOT’s LRTP is a broad-based policy document that is used to guide the development of Indiana’s transportation system. The purpose of the LRTP is to assure that the transportation infrastructure network will adequately serve future 2045 needs.
Officials are soliciting public comment on Draft Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) 2018 -2045 and update to agency’s Public Involvement Procedures (PIP).
The Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is a federally mandated four-year funding and scheduling document for surface transportation projects in Indiana.
Project types involving pavement and bridge facilities, projects addressing safety, congestion, mobility and emergency response can be found in the STIP. In addition, this document includes investment in various modes of transportation including transit, pedestrian trails, and bicycle facilities.
Only projects in which construction and operating funds can reasonably be expected to be available are included in the STIP. The STIP is updated every two years.
Comments accepted through Friday, May 17th
Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)
- STIP information (what is it and why is it important) https://www.in.gov/indot/2348.htm
- STIP on-line comment form https://www.in.gov/indot/3132.htm
- Email comments directly to STIP Director firstname.lastname@example.org
Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) 2018 – 2045
Draft LRTP document now available on-line https://www.in.gov/indot/3714.htm
Public comments accepted through Friday, May 17th
INDOT is updating its Public Involvement Procedures (PIP) to provide guidance to those who are engaged in providing public involvement opportunities related to INDOT decisions, actions and to inform the public of what they can expect in terms of INDOT public involvement policies and practices.
Public Involvement Procedures (PIP) 2019 Update
Seeking public’s input regarding stakeholder engagement during the transportation decision-making process
Comments accepted through Friday, May 31st
The public open houses are opportunities for INDOT to meet with transportation stakeholders in an informal setting where discussions and conversations are welcomed and greatly appreciated.