State-based Innovation Deployment - The STIC Network is about establishing a group of representatives from various levels of the highway community in each State to comprehensively and strategically consider all sources of innovation.
Purpose and Membership
The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) and Local Public Agencies (LPAs) own the vast majority of ground transportation infrastructure and make key decisions on how to deliver projects, as well as what techniques and technologies to use in the operation and safety of these systems. With ownership of these assets comes the responsibility for making decisions on constructing, maintaining, and operating them. This often requires these entities to look for innovative material, methods, techniques, and technologies to balance the ever-growing needs of the system with the funds available to do so. The Missouri State Transportation Innovation Council (MoSTIC) provides a forum in which transportation stakeholders can work together to foster such innovation in the State.
- Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT)
- Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
- Local Technical Assistance Program (LTAP)
- Local Public Agencies (LPAs)
- Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs)
- Industry Associations (APWA, NACE, NACO, etc…)
- Federal and/or State Resource Agencies
- University Transportation Center
Meetings are held on the fourth Wednesday of the months of February, June, and October. Meetings will be offered in-person and/or virtually.
STIC Incentive Funding
The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) State Transportation Innovation Council (STIC) Incentive program provides resources to help STICs foster a culture for innovation and make innovations standard practice in their States. Through the program, funding up to $100,000 per State per Federal fiscal year is made available to support or offset the costs of standardizing innovative practices in a State transportation agency (STA) or other public sector STIC stakeholder. The program is administered by FHWA’s Center for Accelerating Innovation (CAI).
MoDOT STIC application - Applications due October 3rd at 5:00 pm Central
Technology Innovation and Deployment Program (TIDP) Funding
The funds provided for this program are directed for the implementation of technologies, technology and innovation transfer, and appropriate outreach and communications activities. In a typical year, MoDOT receives up to $10,000. Note: The FY 2023 application and guidelines will be updated when they become available.
FY 2022 Proposal Template - Applications due October 3rd at 5:00 pm Central
Federal Progress Reports