• STIP comment and project viewing open


    STIP comment and project viewing open

    TENNILE - The Georgia Department of Transportation is seeking public comment on the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP).

    In keeping with Governor Brian Kemp’s directive to keep state government agencies functioning safely during the COVID-19 pandemic, Georgia DOT is hosting this virtual public involvement platform for input on the STIP. The public comment period will be open through March 31, 2021.

    Visit http://www.dot.ga.gov/stipoutreach now to review and comment on the draft FY 21-24 STIP.

    What is the STIP?
    The Statewide Transportation Improvement Program is GDOTs four-year plan for transportation and capital improvement. The STIP lists federally-funded projects statewide, except for those located in Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) – generally areas in Georgia with big cities.
    How is the STIP Developed?
    We work with the Governor’s Office, local governments, and Georgians like you to help plan how to make our transportation infrastructure better for communities, individuals, and businesses alike. At GDOT, our mission is to deliver a transportation system focused on innovation, safety, sustainability, and mobility.
    Why Should I Get Involved?
    All of us use public roads every day. We want input on how your tax dollars will be invested for the next four years. Your involvement in this outreach process helps inform us what you care most about, like commute times, safety, and beyond.