Transportation Improvement Program

Each metropolitan planning organization (MPO) is required, under 49 U.S.C. 5303(j) , to develop a Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)—a list of upcoming transportation projects—covering a period of at least four years. The TIP must be developed in cooperation with the State and public transit providers. The TIP should include capital and non-capital surface transportation projects, bicycle and pedestrian facilities and other transportation enhancements, Federal Lands Highway projects, and safety projects included in the State’s Strategic Highway Safety Plan. The TIP should include all regionally significant projects receiving FHWA or FTA funds, or for which FHWA or FTA approval is required, in addition to non-federally funded projects that are consistent with the Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP). Furthermore, the TIP must be fiscally constrained.

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NTI Course: Introduction to Metropolitan Transportation Planning

National Transit Institute (NTI) course providing a general introduction and overview of the metropolitan transportation planning process.

NTI Online Course: State and Metropolitan Transportation Programming

This National Transit Institute (NTI) online course is a condensed version of the NTI course of the same name, which provides instruction on the basic concepts, components, and participants in the transportation programming (TIP/STIP) process.

NTI Course: State and Metropolitan Transportation Programming

National Transit Institute (NTI) course providing instruction on the basic concepts, components, and participants in the transportation programming (TIP/STIP) process.

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