What is the TIP?

As the Pikes Peak region’s federally designated Metropolitan Planning Organization, PPACG is responsible for managing state, local, and federal transportation and transit funds through a document called the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).

The TIP is a four year plan that implements the long-range Regional Transportation Plan’s goals, and identifies the specific transportation and transit projects for which the region will allocate its federal, state, and local funds. PPACG oversees the TIP’s development and amendmends it as conditions change.

The long-range plan and the TIP go hand-in-hand: the long-range plan looks 20 years into the future, identifying goals for the regional transportation system and likely funding sources. The TIP ensures that short-term actions are consistent with the region’s long-term vision. Both plans help local and state agencies coordinate their goals and projects.

FFY 2019-2022 TIP

The FFY 2019-2022 TIP was approved by the PPACG Board of Directors on April 11, 2018.

As the Pikes Peak region’s federally designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), PPACG is responsible for managing state, local, and federal transportation and transit funds through a document called the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).  The TIP is a short range (four year) plan that implements the long range Regional Transportation Plan’s goals, and identifies the specific transportation and transit projects for which the region will allocate its federal, state, and local funds.

 

The FFY 2019-2022 TIP was approved by the PPACG Board of Directors on April 12, 2018 and became effective on July 1, 2018.

The full TIP document includes all chapters and appendices which explain TIP regulations and PPACG policies.

The current TIP table includes the most up to date TIP amendments and administrative changes.

FFY 2021-2024 TIP

The FFY 2021-2024 TIP is planned to be adopted by the PPACG Board of directors in May, 2020.

Planned adoption schedule:

TBD. Will be update shortly.

Call for Projects will be in October 2019. Documents will be available once the application period opens.

Annual Listing of Federally Obligated Projects

On December 4, 2015, President Obama signed into law Public Law 114-94, the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act).

To improve transparency of the expenditure of Federal transportation funds, the FAST Act requires Metropolitan Planning Organizations (MPOs) to annually publish a list of projects that obligated Federal funds during the year. The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) defines “obligation” as “the federal government’s legal commitment to pay or reimburse the States or other entities for the Federal share of a projects eligible costs.”

Below are the published annual listings of federally obligated projects categorized by fiscal year for the 2017-2022 TIP.

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