SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM

Any SSMMA Transportation Member municipality may submit a project for funding consideration through the Surface Transportation Program (STP). Projects may be submitted when SSMMA has issued a Call for Projects. Project Calls will open in January of even numbered years. Final applications will be due in March and must be submitted by the date approved by the SSMMA Transportation Committee. A project sponsor must be a SSMMA Transportation Member municipality. Other agencies, such as Cook or Will Counties, townships within the South Council, and transit agencies must secure an eligible municipal sponsor in order to submit an application.

STP Shared Fund

 

The shared fund was established for the purpose of supporting larger-scale regional projects that address regional performance measures and the goals of CMAP’s ON TO 2050. The programming authority distributed to the shared fund is derived from a set-aside of the region’s annual allotment of STP-L funds. Project selection is a region-wide competitive process overseen by the STP Project Selection Committee. Project eligibility is focused on projects of significant cost and multi-jurisdictional projects in eight categories that address federal performance measures and priorities of ON TO 2050: road reconstructions, transit station rehabilitation or reconstructions, bridge rehabilitation or reconstructions, highway/rail grade crossing improvements, road expansions, bus speed improvements, corridor-level or small area safety improvements, and truck route improvements. Evaluation criteria are intended to emphasize the desire to bring projects to completion, address needs with cost-effective improvements, and implement planning factors that are an integral part of ON TO 2050, while also considering local preferences at the subregional level.

TRANSPORTATION COMMITTEE

Member Communities:

Burnham

Calumet City

Calumet Park

Chicago Heights

Country Club Hills

Crete

Dixmoor

Dolton
East Hazel Crest
Flossmoor
Ford Heights
Glenwood
Harvey
Hazel Crest

Homewood
Lansing
Lynwood
Markham
Matteson
Midlothian
Oak Forest

Olympia Fields
Park Forest
Phoenix
Posen
Richton Park
Riverdale
Robbins

Transportation Committee meetings are normally held the first Tuesday of each month at 2:00 pm.

Village of Alsip  •  Village of Beecher  •  City of Blue Island  •  Village of Burnham  •  City of Calumet City  •  Village of Calumet Park  •  City of Chicago Heights  •  City Of Country Club Hills  •  Village of Crestwood  •  Village of Crete  •  Village of Dixmoor  •  Village of Dolton  •  Village of East Hazel Crest  •  Village of Flossmoor  •  Village of Ford Heights  •  Village of Glenwood  •  City of Harvey  •  Village of Hazel Crest  •  Village of Homewood  •  Village of Lansing  •  Village of Lynwood  •  City of Markham  •  Village of Matteson  •  Village of Midlothian  •  Village of Mokena  •  Village of Monee  •  City of Oak Forest  •  Village of Olympia Fields  •  Village of Orland Hills  •  Village of Orland Park  •  Village of Park Forest  •  Village of Peotone  •  Village of Phoenix  •  Village of Posen  •  Village of Richton Park  •  Village of Riverdale  •  Village of Robbins  •  Village of Sauk Village  •  Village of South Chicago Heights  •  Village of South Holland  •  Village of Steger  •  Village of Thornton  •  Village of Tinley Park  •  Village of University Park  •  Village of Worth

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