Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) & Proposed Amendments

TIP Quick Links

The Transportation Improvement Program or TIP is a list of major transportation projects to be funded over the next five years, and priorities for the next projects to be funded in the future.  The TIP is the “short-range” component of the MPO’s Long Range Transportation Plan.

The TIP is updated annually with adoption by the MPO Board in June of each year.  Development of the TIP is a continuous process involving agency staff and public involvement.  Per our Public Participation Plan, the setting of priorities and the adoption of the list of funded projects are actions taken during an advertised public meeting with opportunity for comment.

The current TIP document includes projects funded by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for FY 2019 – FY 2023. The TIP document was reviewed and approved by the Citizens Advisory Committee and Technical Advisory Committee at their May 2018 meetings, and adopted by the MPO Board at a public hearing on June 12, 2018.  It became effective on October 1, 2018, at the start of the federal fiscal year of 2019.

Current TIP (Effective until Sept 30, 2019)

The MPO adopted the FY 2018/19 – 2022/23 TIP at a June 12th, 2018 Public Hearing. The TIP includes priorities for future funding (Table 2). The TIP is effective October 1, 2018-September 30, 2019.

Adopted TIP for FY18/19 – FY22/23 (Amended 10/30/2018)

Adopted TIP Priorities for FY19/20 – FY23/24

Appendix D – Analysis & Response to Public Comments

MAP-21 Federal Performance Measures and Targets

Proposed & Approved TIP Amendments


Complete List of TIP Amendments FY 2019

 TIP Roll-Forward Amendment for FY 2020

FDOT District Seven Construction Project Status Reports

All meetings are open and public comment is welcomed. Please see the MPO calendar of upcoming meetings for times and dates.

FY2019/20 – 2023/24 (Effective October 1, 2019 – September 30, 2020)

Every year the Hillsborough MPO adopts a new Transportation Improvement Program based on the latest Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) Work program.  On June 11, 2019 the MPO Board will host a public hearing for the adoption of the Fiscal Years 2019/20 – 2023/24 TIP.  The hearing will be held in the Board of County Commissioners Board Room, 601 E. Kennedy Blvd, Tampa, FL 33602, 2nd Floor.  The meeting and public hearing will take place June 11, 2019 at 6:00pm.

FY2019/20-2023/24 Transportation Improvement Program (Adopted June 11, 2019, Effective October 1, 2019)

Priorities for Future Funding (Adopted June 11, 2019)

TIP Presentation FY2019/20-2023/24

TIP Hearing Notice

FDOT Work Program Highlights

TIP Mapping Tool


Please use the map below to learn more about mapped transportation projects in the TIP.

To view a list of unmapped projects, click on the “Layer List” button in the upper-right corner of the map, then check the box next to “Unmapped TIP Projects”. Click on one of the icons on the map to view a list of the agency’s projects in a new window.

Disclaimer: The projects depicted in the map are only projects funded within the current TIP. Projects funded for construction before or after this 5 year window will not be depicted. For further information contact the local jurisdiction or Sarah McKinley: McKinleyS@plancom.org or 813-273-3774 ext. 382.

Tentative Work Program

Highlights of the FY 19/20 – 23/24 Tentative Work Program

Priorities for the Current TIP

Adopted Priorities for FY2019/20 – FY2023/24

FDOT Five-year Work Program

To be released in April 2019

Federal Obligation Report

The Federal Obligation Report (FOR) for the latest fiscal year (FY) includes all projects and programs listed in the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for which Federal funds were obligated during the immediately preceding program year. These reports are required under Federal regulations governing the metropolitan transportation planning process (23 CFR §450.332) and are developed by the Metropolitan planning Organization (MPO) in coordination with transportation planning partners, including the Florida Department of Transportation and the Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART). The FOR is prepared on an annual basis, no later than 90 calendar days following the end of the program year (October 1 – September 30). Use the link below to view the latest FOR.

Federal Obligation Report FY 2017-2018

Archived TIPs

2018

FY 2018 Transportation Improvement Program

Adopted Priorities for the FY2017/18 – 2021/22

Amendments to the FY 2018 TIP

FY17-18 APPENDIX D Analysis & Response to Public Comments (Posted August 2017)

Federal Obligation Report FY 2016-2017

2017

FY 2017 Transportation Improvement Program

Adopted Priorities for FY 2017 TIP

Amendments to the FY 2017 TIP

FY 2017 Appendix D – Analysis and Response to Public Comments

Federal Obligation Report FY 2016

2016

FY 2016 Transportation Improvement Program

Adopted Priorities for FY 2016 TIP

Amendments to FY 2016 TIP

Obligation Report for FY 2015

2015

FY 2015 Transportation Improvement Program

Adopted Priorities for FY 2015 TIP

Amendments to FY 2015 TIP

Obligation Report for FY 2014

2014

FY 2014 Transportation Improvement Program

Adopted Priorities for FY 2014 TIP

Amendments to FY 2014 TIP

Obligation Report for FY 2013

2013

FY 2013 Transportation Improvement Program

Amendments to FY 2013 TIP

Obligation Report for FY 2012

TIP Resources

MPO Program Management Handbook Chapter 5 – TIP

Transportation Alternatives (TA) Webpage

Transportation Alternatives (TA) Program Guidance

FHWA Transportation Alternatives Program (TA) Guidance (Update May 13 2016)

Transportation Alternatives (TA) Application

Safe Routes to Schools (SR2S) Webpage and Application – FDOT District 7

Transportation Regional Incentive Program (TRIP) Application

County Incentive Grant Program (CIGP) Application

CIGP Funding Programs Reference Sheet

SU Application – Use this application for all non-TA, TRIP, CIGP, or SR2S projects

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