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State-Based Innovation Deployment - The STIC Network helps to establish a group of representatives from various levels of the highway community in each State to comprehensively and strategically consider all sources of innovation. Learn about STIC.
Offers technical assistance and funds — up to $100,000 per STIC per year — to support the costs of standardizing innovative practices in a state transportation agency or other public sector STIC stakeholder. Learn more.
State Transportation Innovation Council (STIC) Incentive funding is now available for the federal fiscal year 2015. Please contact your FHWA Division Office for more information.
Alaska is the 47th state to charter a State Transportation Innovation Council to serve as a forum for overseeing the rapid deployment of innovations. According to the charter, signed on July 15, the Alaska STIC will act as a catalyst for implementing proven technologies and techniques “to ensure smart, efficient investment in Alaska’s highway infrastructure.” The group includes members from the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities, Local Technical Assistance Program and FHWA. In the future, it plans to add representatives of industry, university transportation centers and other stakeholder groups.
The Arizona Council for Transportation Innovation received the Innovative Transportation Solutions Award from the WTS Metropolitan Phoenix Chapter for its Innovation Exchange Campaign on March 28, 2015.
Oklahoma State Transportation Innovation Council presented Legacy Awards to its founding members for their efforts to champion innovation.
Pennsylvania State Transportation Innovation Council presents 2014 accomplishments.
Use the interactive map to get involved with your STIC or contact a member within your state.
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