CDTC is soliciting for Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) Projects for its 2016-2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). In this round of funding, CDTC is making $4.2 million in HSIP funding available to program safety projects. This solicitation is open to all eligible local, state and regional sponsors. In order to apply for HSIP funds, a Project Justification Package (PJP) must be prepared for each project proposal and sponsors must attend an HSIP Application Workshop.
Sponsors will need to use a data driven approach in selecting locations, systemic programs and appropriate countermeasures. The HSIP program has a local match requirement of 10% for most project types and there is no minimum or maximum limit on the project cost. Projects will be programmed anytime in the first four years of the TIP.
NOTE: Sponsors of the following safety projects in the fifth year of the TIP: A524-Albany County High Risk Rural Road Safety Program, R295-21st Street Realignment & Hoosick Street/Burdett Avenue Intersection and SA258-North Line Road/Old Post Road/Malta Avenue Intersection should submit a new application if they are interested in funding these projects.