Through SEDA-COG, counties and municipalities in Central Pennsylvania have a voice in the state’s transportation plans. Working together with SEDA-COG, local government, the business community, and non-profit organizations establish the region’s transportation priorities.
Those priorities are detailed in the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), updated by SEDA-COG every two years and often amended. There are numerous opportunities for public participation in developing the TIP, including its periodic review by SEDA-COG’s Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). The TIP encompasses the first four years of the Commonwealth’s Twelve Year Transportation Program. Below are links for the current SEDA-COG TIP and Commonwealth Twelve Year Program.
SEDA-COG TIP (adopted for Federal Fiscal Years 2021-2024)
TIP Visualization tool (allows users to access information and maps for specific projects on the TIP)
PennDOT One Map (allows users to map and obtain information for highway / bridge projects and permits)
Among major projects in the region is the Central Susquehanna Valley Thruway (CSVT).
Pennsylvania’s Twelve Year Program (Project Listing and Narrative for FFYs 2021-2032)
Upcoming Meetings (via teleconference, unless specified):
January 22, 2021 – SEDA-COG MPO Meeting
January 29, 2021 – Middle Susquehanna Active Transportation Committee Safety Work Group
February 23, 2021 – Middle Susquehanna Active Transportation Committee Community Engagement Work Group
February 24, 2021 – Middle Susquehanna Active Transportation Committee
February 24, 2021 – Middle Susquehanna Active Transportation Committee Bike/Ped Funding Workshop
March 19, 2021 – SEDA-COG MPO Meeting
March 23, 2021 – Middle Susquehanna Active Transportation Committee Safety Work Group
Transportation planning services are available in the following counties:
Transportation Alternatives Program
• Projects which go beyond normal elements of a transportation improvement project.
• Unique, creative actions to integrate transportation into communities and the natural environment.
• Can be stand-alone projects or implemented as part of an ongoing transportation project.
• SEDA-COG can assist sponsors throughout project development steps.
Transit and Aviation Services
• Planning assistance to local transit systems and airports.
• Evaluate needs.
• Assist in development of solutions and funding recommendations.
• Represent local air and transit needs to the state.
• Help secure funding to implement demonstration programs.
State & Federal Funding Programs
SEDA-COG Transportation Program staff can assist project sponsors with navigating a variety of state or federal programs that fund transportation upgrades, including:
- Multimodal Transportation Program
- Green Light-Go Program
- Automated Red Light Enforcement Program
- Appalachian Regional Commission Local Access Road Program
- Transportation Alternatives Set-Aside Program
Interested applicants are encouraged to contact staff for information and guidance on these programs. SEDA-COG also has a review and comment role for applications submitted under most of these funding programs.