Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)

STIP 4 Year Map  
STIP 4-Year Map

​The Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) required by 23 CFR 450.216, is a four-year prioritized listing of highway and transit projects for the state of Wisconsin. The STIP includes both capital and non-capital projects that are federally funded or considered regionally significant in both urban and rural areas. The STIP incorporates the Transportation Improvement Programs (TIPs) prepared by the state's 14 metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs) by reference. Approval of the STIP is done jointly by the Federal Highway Administration and the Federal Transit Administration and constitutes formal approval of the incorporated MPO TIPs.

STIP 4-Year Interactive Map

The STIP interactive map allows users to zoom in on locations across the state. The map displays the projects from the current 2022-2025 STIP.

STIP Public Involvement Plan​

The STIP Public Involvement Plan (PIP) includes information on how stakeholders and the public have opportunities to provide input on annual STIP updates and monthly STIP Amendments. The STIP PIP was updated April 9, 2021 following the established process.

Draft 2023-2026 STIP

Inquiries about the Draft 2023 – 2026 STIP and written comments on the improvement program should be directed, before December 1, 2022, to:

Wisconsin Department of Transportation 
Division of Transportation Investment Management, 
Bureau of Planning and Economic Development 
P.O. Box 7913
Madison, WI 53707-7913

Comments by phone:  (608) 266-3662
Comments by email:  bop.dtim@dot.wi.gov 

Previous years' STIPs

2022 amendments

Previous years' amendments

Written comments may be mailed to:

Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Bureau of Planning & Economic Development
PO Box 7913
Madison, WI 53707-7913

You may email comments to bop.dtim@dot.wi.gov.