The Maryland Department of Transportation (MDOT) is pleased to present the State's six year capital investment program for transportation, the Final FY 2014-2019 Consolidated Transportation Program (CTP).
The CTP is the capital budget outlook and a key part of the State Report on Transporation (SRT) that MDOT publishes each year. The SRT contains three important documents in total: the Maryland Transportation Plan (MTP), the Consolidated Transportation Program and the annual Attainment Report (AR) on Transportation System Performance. Under the leadership of the O'Malley-Brown Administration, MDOT has updated the Maryland Transportation Plan (MTP), a 20-year vision for Maryland's transportation system. The MTP is updated every four to five years through an extensive outreach effort with the public, local jurisdictions and state agencies to ensure it reflects the needs and priorities of all Marylanders. In conjunction with the MTP, MDOT has also updated the Maryland Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan.
The Consolidated Transportation Program (CTP) is Maryland's six-year capital budget for transportation projects. The CTP contains projects and programs across the Department, including the Maryland Aviation Administration, the Motor Vehicle Administration, the Maryland Transit Administration, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority, the Maryland State Highway Administration, the Maryland Port Administration, and the Maryland Transportation Authority. The CTP includes capital projects that are generally new, expanded or significantly improved facility or service that may involve planning, environmental studies, design, right-of-way acquisition, construction or the purchase of essential equipment related to the facility or service. An expanded description is shown for each major project, along with a list of minor capital projects.
Working together with Maryland's citizens, local jurisdictions and the local and State delegations, projects that preserve transportation system investments, enhance transportation services and expand transportation opportunities throughout the State are added to the CTP. In order to help Maryland's citizens review this document, a summary of the Department's financing and budget process and a "how to read" each Project Information Form (PIF) is included.
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For further information about this document, please contact the Maryland Department of Transportation, Office of Planning and Capital Programming.
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