The Alaska Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is the state’s four-year program for transportation system preservation and development. It includes interstate, state and some local highways, bridges, ferries and public transportation, but does not include airports or non-ferry-related ports and harbors. It covers all system improvements for which partial or full federal funding is approved and that are expected to take place during the four-year duration of the STIP.
|FMATS Admin Mod 6
Approved and Incorporated January 2, 2019
STIP 2018-2021 Amendment 2
|What is the STIP: How to Understand the 2018-2021 STIP|
|STIP Project View Map
Use an interactive map to view and get details on the 2018-2021 STIP projects in Alaska.