State Transportation Improvement Program
The State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is a major source of funding for transportation improvements throughout the State of California. The STIP is divided into two major funding categories: the Regional Improvement Program (RIP) and the Interregional Improvement Program (IIP). Seventy-five percent of the STIP is directed to the RIP, which is then sub-allocated to counties by formula. The remaining 25 percent is programmed to the IIP, which is then allocated to the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) for projects of interregional significance. The 2022 STIP will provide OCTA with $164.647 million in funding for FY 2022-23 through FY 2026-27 for the five year STIP cycle.
The Capital Programming Policies were approved by the OCTA Board of Directors on December 13, 2021 and can be found here.
- Caltrans STIP Website
- Adopted 2022 STIP Guidelines
- 8-23-21 STIP Overview OCTA Board Item
- 9-27-21 STIP Submittal OCTA Board Item
- 2022 Regional Transportation Improvement Program Submittal
- Transit Security and Operations Center
- State Route 57 Truck Climbing Lane Phase II
- Digital Bus Stop Signs
- State Route 74 Ortega Highway Improvements – Calle Entradero to City/County Line Environmental Document
- Interstate 5 Improvements from Avenida Pico to San Diego County Line Project Study Report
- Interstate 5 Widening from Interstate 405 to State Route 55 Project Study Report