Current Program and Methodology

Current Program

The Northwest Council has programmed future STP funds through federal fiscal year 2028.  Projects that have been accepted by the Council but have no funding programmed are shown on the Contingency Program.  

Printer Friendly Northwest Council of Mayors STP Program - Approved on February 16, 2024

Proposed Program

On Friday, January 19, the Northwest Council of Mayors Technical Committee approved a draft program for the 2024 Call for projects. This draft plan will now be open for a 30 day public comment period, from January 22 to February 22th. The program can be viewed below and any comments should be directed to Eric Czarnota eczarnota@nwmc-cog.org. Project scoring documentation is available upon request.  

 The proposed 2025-2029 Program approved for public comment

Methodology

The Northwest Council of Mayors updated its STP project selection methodology in October 2023. The methodology document contains information on eligible phases, federal/local funding ratios, and program management. 

Printer Friendly Northwest Council of Mayors Methodology

The FY 2025 – 2029 Northwest STP-L Call For Projects will be open from October 30 to December 15.  A recording of the meeting and slides from the presentation.

Please note: The video incorrectly refers to the current CFP as 2024-2028. The correct CFP period is 2025-2029

Printer Friendly 2025-2029 STP-L Call for Projects Workshop Slides

To be eligible for STP or other federal funds, a road must be classified by the Federal Highway Administration as a collector or higher. To view a map of road classification, visit https://www.gettingaroundillinois.com/MapViewer/?config=RFCconfig.json and select "Identify IDOT Key Route" at the bottom of the Legend.

Documents and application materials from past STP-L Calls for Projects are available upon request. Please email northwestpl@nwmc-cog.org.

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Printer Friendly Northwest Council Functional Classification Change Request Form