Local Transportation Capital Improvement Program (LOTCIP)

LOTCIP provides state funding for a variety of municipal transportation capital improvements, including: bridge rehabilitation and replacement; road reconstruction; intersection improvements; traffic signals; streetscapes; sidewalks; multi-use trails; and pedestrian bridges.  Projects must be located on roads classified as collector or arterial, however bridge projects with spans over 20 feet and transportation alternatives projects (typically bicycle and pedestrian improvements, such as multi-use trails) are exceptions.

The WestCOG region received at total of $41.2 million under this program in FY 2014-17, and $44.2 million is proposed for FY 2018-21.  A total of 25 Projects have been allocated funding in the WestCOG region under this program to date.

Current project allocations in the Housatonic Valley Region

Current project allocations in the South West Region

Project Solicitation

WestCOG is currently soliciting for projects to be funded under the Local Transportation Capital Improvement Program (LOTCIP). LOTCIP provides state funding for a variety of municipal transportation capital improvements, including: bridge rehabilitation and replacement; road reconstruction; intersection improvements; traffic signals; streetscapes; sidewalks; multi-use trails; and pedestrian bridges. Approximately $11.6 million is available in the Housatonic Valley and $17.4 million in the South West subregions. Summary project applications are due to WestCOG by 01/04/2018. For additional information, refer here.


More information concerning the LOTCIP program is available on the CT DOT web page.

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