ANNOUNCEMENT: Air Quality Conformity Determination
The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) has prepared an updated Regional Transportation Conformity Report, which includes an “Ozone and PM2.5 Air Quality Conformity Determination of the 2019-2045 Metropolitan Transportation Plans and the 2021-2024 Transportation Improvement Programs, as Amended.” The report is available here.
Comments on this report and determination may be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org and DOT.AQUnit@ct.gov or submitted by mail to the address below on or before 6/20/2022. A virtual public meeting will be held on 6/6/2022 from noon-1pm. To obtain a printed copy or to obtain virtual public meeting information, contact Cara Radzins at (860) 724-4251 or email@example.com. Written comments or questions may be submitted to: Cara Radzins, Transportation Deputy, CRCOG, 241 Main St., Hartford, CT 06106.
The Air Quality Conformity Determination will be reviewed and endorsed by CRCOG’s Transportation Committee, acting as the CRCOG Policy Board, at its virtual meeting on 6/27/2022 at noon.
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The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a list of highway, bridge, transit, and multimodal transportation projects in the Region scheduled to receive federal funds over the next four years. It summarizes projects by location, funding source, cost, and year. The TIP is prepared every three years, but amended frequently.
CRCOG’s FFY2021-2024 TIP was adopted by the CRCOG Policy Board on October 28, 2020. The full document, as well as amended document sections, are available below.
Other related documents (FFY2021-2024 TIP):
State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)
The State also prepares a composite listing of all projects in the State that are scheduled for funding over four years. This is called the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). CTDOT maintains the STIP as well as updated Bridge and Safety Reports, which are available on the STIP website.
Projects Previously Obligated with Federal Funds