Governor Kathy Hochul and Legislative leaders recently adopted the largest multi-year State Transportation Plan ever approved in New York. The Plan invests $32.8 billion in transportation improvements for the Department of Transportation to improve highway, bridge, rail, port, airport and downstate suburban and upstate transit infrastructure. View the full list of capital projects to be undertaken by NYSDOT and local governments to improve infrastructure conditions, increase economic competitiveness and mitigate flooding risks associated with extreme weather events.
Also recently published was the Draft STIP, developed by NYSDOT in consultation with local officials in non-metropolitan areas and in cooperation with Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) in urbanized areas. The STIP includes highway, transit and non-motorized projects as well as urban and rural projects. The STIP must be updated at least every four years and include a minimum four-year listing of Federal-aid projects. The proposed four-year program assumes the availability of approximately $16.2 billion in Federal funds.