Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)
Annually, the Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) develops a Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) covering all areas of the state. The STIP is the instrument used to implement the plans resulting from the statewide transportation planning process. NDOT administers and implements programs for the planning, development, construction, and operation of the state's transportation system.
NDOT's mission is to efficiently plan, design, construct and maintain a safe and effective seamless transportation system for Nevada's economic, environmental and social needs. The transportation planning process sets the stage for fulfilling this mission by balancing needs with limited resources. The planning process sets long-range funding strategies statewide, and the transportation needs identified are used in developing a financially constrained STIP.
FFY16-FFY19 STIP Project List
The Nevada Department of Transportation recently completed the new Electronic Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (eSTIP) and all projects for the FFY2016-FFY2019 can be found here:
- Approved STIP
- FFY2016 STIP Process
- FFY2016 Tribal Transportation Program (TTP)
- FFY2016 20 Year Fiscally Constrained Projection of Highway Receipts and Expenditures
- FFY2016 STIP Certifications
NDOT Work Program
NDOT's Work Program lists transportation projects than NDOT intends to work on during the current fiscal year and a complete list of projects can be found here:
The Work Program satisfies Nevada Revised Statute (NRS) 408.203 requiring the Director of NDOT to submit a three and 10 year list of transportation projects to the State Legislative Council Bureau (LCB) every even year, and the State Legislature every odd year.
Projects in the Work Program are sorted by county with each of the 17 counties represented with its own section and a section for the Tahoe MPO (TMPO).
The Work Program is composed of three elements:
- The Work Program (WP) lists the current fiscal year projects to include the betterment and rehabilitation projects completed by state forces and district contracts.
- The Short Range Element (SRE) lists projects state and local entities would like to initiate within the next 2 to 3 years.
- The Long Range Element (LRE) lists projects in the planning stage or extensions of current projects to be completed in 4 to 10 years.
If you have any questions regarding the STIP or the Work Program, please contact the Program Development Office by phone, fax, email or mail:
Program Development Office
Nevada Department of Transportation
1263 South Stewart Street
Carson City, Nevada 89712