Virginia Commonwealth Transportation Board

About the SYIP

As required by law, the CTB allocates public funds to transportation projects over six fiscal years, comprising the Six-Year Improvement Program (SYIP). Funding is first allocated to maintenance of assets, including special structures and bridges. Projects include improvements to the interstate, primary, secondary and urban highway systems, public transit, ports, airports, and other programs. The SYIP also reflects projects funded by the metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs) and other regional authorities.

SYIP Process

The CTB updates the SYIP each fiscal year. As revenue estimates are updated, new priorities are identified and existing projects advance. The fiscal year starts July 1 and ends June 30.

Every year, public meetings are held across the Commonwealth on project priorities and the SYIP. Public input is taken into consideration as the next update of the SYIP is drafted and presented to the CTB. Public meetings are held on the draft SYIP and the CTB typically adopts the final program in June.

Current Six-Year Improvement Program

Review the most current Six-Year Improvement Program information for the Virginia Department of Transportation and the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation.

Public Meetings and Public Comment

The public comment period for the 2024-2029 SYIP concluded on May 24, 2023. Please check back for information about upcoming 2025-2030 SYIP public involvement opportunities.

Last updated: May 31, 2024

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