​Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) 

The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)​ is the region’s short range project plan for transportation improvements. It outlines the investment program of capital improvements to the metropolitan transportation system. The TIP is the means of implementing the goals and objectives of the Metropolitan Transportation Plan. Additionally, the TIP process is used to satisfy the public participation process of the Program of Projects (POP) that is required in U.S.C. Section 5307.​

​2023-2026 TIP Development

A 30-Day Nomination Period is now open! 

Blue background: 2023-2026 TIP; grey ink splat: 30-Day Project Nomination Period!

Submit your suggested projects by 5:00 pm on February 14, 2022.

Nomination Forms

Choose a nomination form based on your project or program type.​

  1. Complete Streets / Major Infrastructure​ 
  2. Bicycle & Pedestrian​
  3. Transportation Alternative Program 
  4. Congestion Mitigation Air Quality​


AMATS TIP Criteria Update Acronyms

AMATS TIP Criteria Update Guidebook

Draft Criteria Comments

Public Comment Period: 07-23-2021 - 09-20-2021​

Public Comment Summary​

Public Comments & Staff Responses​

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2019-2022 TIP 

The Policy Committee approved the 2019-2022 Air Quality Conformity Determination and TIP on December 20th, 2018. FHWA/FTA approved incorporation of the 2019-2022 TIP into the 2018-2021 STIP on February 26th, 2019. 

ADOPTED TIP: 2019-2022

ADOPTED Narrative: 2019-2022

ADOPTED: Air Quality Conformity Determination

Comment Response Summary​

​Final Criteria:

Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ)​


​Admin Mod #1

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Admin Mod #4​

Admin Mod #5​


​Amendment #1​

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​FY19 Final​​​

FY20 Final​​

Related Documents:

Metropolitan Transportation Plan
Unified Planning Work Program

Staff Liaison:
Aaron Jongenelen
Acting AMATS Coordinator
P: 907.343.7991