Each year the Department of Transportation develops a 6-year Capital Transportation Plan (CTP) that identifies anticipated capital investments. This plan is developed in cooperation with the Wilmington Area Planning Council (WILMAPCO), Dover/Kent County Metropolitan Planning Organization and Sussex County. The plan provides information on the actual cost expenditures for each project phase that are anticipated in each specific fiscal year. The following documents provide a brief overview of the process and specific information about DelDOT's prioritization criteria.
- CTP Development Process
- CTP Brochure | Spanish
- DelDOT Project Prioritization Criteria Summary
- DelDOT Project Prioritization Criteria
- Proposed DelDOT Enhanced Project Prioritization Criteria
The FY19 to FY24 Capital Transportation Program (CTP) has been approved by FHWA and FTA as of February 7, 2019.
Proposed Plan – FY21 to FY26:
The following documents provide information on the proposed capital transportation program for the upcoming 6 year cycle. DelDOT in conjunction with the Council on Transportation (COT) make this plan available to the public during the month of September and accepts public comments up to 10 days after the last public workshop. The COT considers the public comments and provides final approval of the Capital Transportation Program by March 1st of the following year. The funding of the program is enabled through Bond Bill legislation for the next fiscal year.
On August 29, 2019, the Council on Transportation released the proposed FY21 to FY26 Capital Transportation Program. Below are the links associated with the proposed plan:
The Proposed Spend Plan is a project level document that provides anticipated project spends per phase by fiscal year for all DelDOT projects.
The Project Implementation document provides a schedule by phase for the projects that fall under DelDOT's prioritization process.
The Executive Summary is a narrative on the fiscal state of the program and also lists the new projects being added to the 6-year plan.