About SSTI

The State Smart Transportation Initiative promotes transportation practices that advance environmental sustainability and equitable economic development, while maintaining high standards of governmental efficiency and transparency.

SSTI, housed at the University of Wisconsin, operates in three ways:

  • As a community of practice, where participating agencies can learn together and share experiences as they implement innovative smart transportation policies.
  • As a source of direct technical assistance to the agencies on transformative and replicable smart transportation reform efforts.
  • As a resource to the wider transportation community, including local, state, and federal agencies, in their efforts to reorient practice to changing social and financial demands.

SSTI participants include state departments of transportation. COP Memberstate Handout_Bare-2.24.14

These states differ in many respects but share a commitment to rethinking policies and processes to produce better outcomes.

The SSTI Executive Committee is responsible for overseeing the initiative, and the SSTI Advisory Committee guides program and project determinations for SSTI support.

For more information about the State Smart Transportation Initiative, please contact Eric Sundquist, SSTI Managing Director at erics@ssti.us.