SmartMoves: Long Range Plan & Transportation Improvement Program


SmartMoves for a Changing Region

In June 2019 SPC adopted the region’s official long range transportation plan—SmartMoves for a Changing Region—which includes over $35 billion for the region’s transportation priorities over 25 years.  SmartMoves prioritizes programs and projects that advance the Regional Vision of a world-class, safe and well maintained, integrated transportation system that provides mobility for all, enables resilient communities, and supports a globally competitive economy.

Publications and Resources


DRAFT 2021-2024 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

The Draft 2021-2024 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) identifies the region’s priority roadway, transit  and multimodal transportation improvements programmed for advancement over the next four years.

Publications and Resources

  • DRAFT TIP Story Map

TIP Project Public Comment

Visit https://publicinput.com/21-24_TIP_Update to comment on projects.


2019-2022 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

The region’s long range transportation plan is implemented with a series of shorter-term investment programs, known as Transportation Improvement Programs (TIPs).  The 2019-2022 TIP invests over $4.9 billion in our region’s transportation system over the next four years:

  • Over $2 billion will be spent on public transit
  • Over $1.7 billion will go toward road and bridge projects
  • Over $1 billion will go toward Interstates, railways and other major projects

Publications and Resources

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 Port Authority of Allegheny County. Nonvoting members of the Committee include PennDOT District Offices, FHWA, FTA, EPA, and the Allegheny County Bureau of Air Pollution Control.

Resources

TTC Contact

Lillian Gabreski
Project Development Planner
(412) 391-5590 x327