Draft 2013 FSTIP Available for Review/Comment

Today, October 8, 2012 is the start of the Draft 2013 Federal Statewide Tranportation Improvement Program (FSTIP) public review. This public review period closes on October 29, 2012.

Caltrans has completed the Draft 2013 FSTIP which is posted on the following website for your review and comment:  http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/transprog/federal/2013_draft.htm 

The 2013 FSTIP is a four year (federal fiscal years 2012/13 to 2015/16) statewide multimodal program of transportation projects that is consistent with the statewide transportation plan and planning processes, the metropolitan plans, and the Federal Transportation Improvement Programs (FTIPs). The FSTIP is prepared by Caltrans in cooperation with the MPOs and RTPAs.

The FSTIP contains all capital and non-capital transportation projects or identified phases of transportation projects in the State of California that are proposed for federal funding under Titles 23 and 49 of the United States Code. In addition, all regionally significant projects, regardless of the funding source, are included.

Projects located in rural non-MPO areas are directly listed in the FSTIP. Projects located within MPO boundaries are listed in the FTIPs and included in the 2013 FSTIP by reference.

Please email comments to Lima Huy or send comments to the address provided below by October 29, 2012.

Lima Huy
Division of Transportation Programming, MS 82
California Department of Transportation
P O Box 942874
Sacramento, CA 94274-0001

About John Hoole

John, as the District Local Assistance Engineer, is responsible for the administration of the Local Assistance Program in District 3, which covers local and regional agencies in eleven Sacramento Valley and Northern Sierra Counties. He supervises a group of 10-12 Engineers and Planners who ensure delivery of State and Federal funds to the locals. His experience in the District includes Design, Project Management, and Programming, and prior to the District he worked as a Transportation Engineer with the Federal Highway Administration.

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