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CDOT seeks your input on STIP proposal

The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) is seeking input from the public on its draft Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP).

The STIP is a plan that references statewide transportation projects to be funded during a six-year period. Projects in the plan are prioritized in cooperation with the state’s 15 transportation planning regions, involving local and regional input. The STIP is federally mandated and updated every two years to reflect current priorities and anticipated funding.

The draft STIP is posted on CDOT’s Web site and can be found by clicking on the draft STIP link at http://www.dot.state.co.us/businesscenter/budget/. Anyone wanting to provide official comment can e-mail pat.baskin@dot.state.co.us or michael.j.kennedy@dot.state.co.us. Public review and comment will be accepted until May 12. The final STIP is expected to be approved by the state Transportation Commission at their regular meeting on May 16, and implemented July 1.


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