Transportation Improvement Program
The TIP is a financially constrained four-year program covering the most immediate implementation priorities for transportation projects and strategies from the Long Range Transportation Plan.
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP):
- Covers a four-year period of investment
- Is realistic in terms of available funding and is not just a “wish list” of projects
- Conforms with the State Implementation Plan for air quality, since the counties which comprise the MACC’s Metropolitan Area Boundary are designated as attainment-maintenance areas for air quality purposes
- Is incorporated into the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program.
The MACC’s current TIP covers FY2017-2020.
FY2017-2020 Transportation Improvement Program (with appendices)
FY2017-2020 Transportation Improvement Program (without appendices)
The MACC also annually publishes a list of projects for which federal funds were obligated. When reviewing the FY 17 Obligated Projects list please note the following:
1. This list represents projects that were obligated, not necessarily constructed, in 2017.
2. The costs indicated are amounts submitted when the TIP was developed or from MDOT’s Obligated Projects list – not final audited costs.
The MACC Transportation Technical Committee and Policy Committee released a listing of transportation projects obligated during the 2017 fiscal year.
Federal funding obligated for 23 projects was $6.4 million, with total project costs of $11.1 million.