Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) lists transportation projects anticipated to be constructed in the Urbanized Area over the next four years. The TIP reflects the goals, objectives, and recommendations from the 25-year Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) in the short term.
The TIP by mandate must include projects receiving federal and state funding. The CUUATS TIP also includes local projects from our member agencies. Compiling the document requires a consensus amongst all CUUATS agencies, thus establishing compliance with federal laws and eligibility for federal funding.
The Final FY 2015-2018 TIP document was amended by the CUUATS Technical and Policy Committees in September 2014.
FY 2015-2018 TIP Amendments
FY 2014-2017 TIP Administrative Modifications
Current and Past TIP Documents
- FY 2015-2018 TIP
- FY 2014-2017 TIP
- FY 2013-2016 TIP
- FY 2012-2015 TIP
- FY 2011-2014 TIP
- FY 2010-2013 TIP
- FY 2009-2012 TIP
- FY 2008-2011 TIP
- FY 2007-2010 TIP
- FY 2006-2008 TIP
- FY 2005-2007 TIP
- FY 2004-2006 TIP
- FY 2003-2005 TIP
- FY 2002-2004 TIP
Who participates in the TIP Process?
CUUATS member agencies and organizations applying for federal or state grants are the primary contributors to the TIP. The public has a 30-day comment period for reviewing the draft document before it is approved by the CUUATS Technical and Policy Committees.
How are projects selected for the TIP?
CUUATS member agencies submit their lists of projects, which must reference other participating agencies and each agency's project cost share. These lists are cross-referenced to ensure accurate estimates by all agencies. For those projects seeking federal Surface Transportation Program (STP) funds, projects must be evaluated using the CUUATS Project Prioritization Guidelines that rank projects according to how well they reflect the goals in the LRTP.
Listing of Federally Obligated Projects
The Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) requires that CUUATS publish a listing of all federally obligated projects that received federal funding in the urbanized area. Each report is completed for the previous fiscal year.