Approved by the Transportation Policy Board on April 23, 2012
As part of the urban transportation planning process, the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) addresses federal regulations administered by the United States Department of Transportation. It is required, as a condition of the receipt of federal capital or operating assistance, to maintain the transportation system covered by the continuing, cooperative and comprehensive transportation planning process. Essentially, the TIP is developed to ensure that implementation of the transportation plan is done in an orderly manner. The TIP outlines a financially constrained program of federally assisted transportation projects that will be implemented over a four-year period. Projects not included in the approved TIP are ineligible to receive federal transportation assistance. The TIP consists of projects that are to be executed over the next four fiscal years. Priorities are demonstrated by grouping projects into the one to four year time frame. Also included in this document are realistic estimates of project costs for the program period.
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