SmartMoves: Long Range Transportation Plan & Transportation Improvement Program

2023 SmartMoves Long Range Transportation Plan Documents

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The SmartMoves for a Changing Region transportation and development plan identifies the region’s priority roadway, transit and multimodal transportation improvements programmed for advancement over the next 25-30 years.

Publications and Resources

2023-2026 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

The region’s long range transportation plan is implemented with a series of shorter-term investment plans, known as Transportation Improvement Programs, or TIPs. Each TIP is a step along that 25-year investment in our region’s future. During the TIP period (2023-2026), over $5.6 billion in state, federal, and local funds will be invested to improve our region’s transportation system over the next four years.

The 2023-2026 TIP is comprised of projects and programs that serve multiple transportation modes and connections in our region.

  • Over $2.1 billion will be spent on public transit  
  • Over $1.5 billion will go toward road and bridge projects
  • During the TIP period an additional $2 billion in other federal, state and private funding for Interstates, railways and other major projects in the region

Publications and Resources

Public Transit-Human Services Coordinated Transportation Plan (CTP)

Transportation Technical Committee (TTC)

Our TTC deals exclusively with technical issues relating to transportation. It makes recommendations to SPC and the Policy Committee regarding the Transportation Improvement Program, transportation-related air quality plans, and transportation issues.

The Committee includes the planning directors of the ten SPC member counties, the City of Pittsburgh, and representatives of PennDOT Central Office, Pennsylvania DEP, and the PGH Regional Transit. Nonvoting members of the Committee include PennDOT District Offices, FHWA, FTA, EPA, and the Allegheny County Bureau of Air Pollution Control.


TTC Contact

Gregory Shermeto
Transportation Planner II
(412) 391-5590 x0388