The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a five-year work program that lists all regionally significant and federally-funded transportation projects and services in the MPO planning area. The program includes projects for all modes of surface transportation including highways and streets, public transportation, and walking and bicycling. Any project included in the TIP must be consistent with, or be selected from an approved Long Range Transportation Plan. Additionally, the TIP must be fiscally constrained by estimated revenues, or have funding mechanisms currently in place to pay for the anticipated work. Though the TIP is adopted only once every three or four years, it can be amended to account for changes in funding or project needs.
The FYs 2011-2015 TIP was adopted by the MPO Executive Board on December 15, 2010 and identifies more than a billion dollars in federal, state, and local funding for transportation projects over the next five years.
As Adopted December 15, 2010
Amendments & Modifications:
Phase I of the interactive Transportation Improvement Program provides several useful tools for you to explore information about the major transportation projects scheduled for funding in your community. Launch interactive TIP
Stay tuned for the launch of Phase II, scheduled for late Winter 2012, for additional features including:
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Transportation Improvement Program:
Principal Transportation Planner