A Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a prioritized, financially constrained, multi‑year program for the implementation of federally funded transportation improvement projects in a region. As such, it serves as a planning tool to ensure the most effective use of limited funding for transportation improvements. It is also necessary for two other reasons. First, the TIP is a requirement of the transportation planning process as most recently legislated by the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21). Secondly, a transportation improvement is not eligible for federal funding unless it is listed on the TIP.
The TIP must include a certification by the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) that it was developed through a continuous, cooperative and comprehensive (3C) metropolitan transportation planning process, in conformance with various applicable Federal laws and regulations. Certification ensures the region’s continued eligibility to receive Federal funds for highway and transit projects.
FFY 2018 – 2022 TIP
FFY 2018 – 2022 TIP (1st Amendment 11/28/2017)
FFY 2018 – 2022 TIP (2nd Amendment 1/23/2018)
FFY 2018 – 2022 TIP (3rd Amendment 2/27/2018)
FFY 2018 – 2022 TIP (4th Amendment 4/24/2018)
FFY 2018 – 2022 TIP (5th Amendment 05/22/2018)
FFY 2015 – 2018 TIP
FFY 2015 – 2018 TIP (1st Amendment 12/09/2014)
FFY 2015 – 2018 TIP (2nd Amendment 02/03/2015)
FFY 2015 – 2018 TIP (3rd Amendment 03/31/2015)
FFY 2015 – 2018 TIP (4th Amendment 06/30/2015)
FFY 2015 – 2018 TIP (5th Amendment 06/30/2015)