KKCOM - Kane / Kendall Council of Mayors

STP Program

The Surface Transportation Program (STP) provides funding to municipalities for projects on the Federal-Aid Highway System. Northeastern Illinois is divided into 11 Council of Mayors, which are allocated STP funding for local transportation projects. The Kane/Kendall Council of Mayors receives approximately $8 million a year in STP funds.

Approximately every three years, the KKCOM has a call for all eligible projects; calls for Local Agency Functional Overlay (LAFO) Projects occur more frequently. The projects are ranked according to the KKCOM methodology. The rankings are utilized by the Transportation Policy Committee to prepare a programming recommendation. The Policy Committee program recommendation is forwarded to the Full Council for final approval. The program is submitted to CMAP to be developed into the regional Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), the northeastern Illinois five year agenda of transportation projects.

FY17-21 Fiscally Constrained Program Approved May 2017
KKCOM STP Project Update Form - use Internet Explorer
KKCOM Training January 21, 2016
STP Methodology
STP Programming Policies and Procedures
Summary of STP Allocation Discussion