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Transportation Improvement Program
May 3 – May 17, 2021
Comments are being accepted on a proposed amendment to the FY2021-2027 Regional Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).
The amendment to the FY2021-2027 TIP would significantly change the scope of an Idaho Transportation Department project to replace two culverts on US 20/26 (Chinden Boulevard) into a preventive maintenance project adding six culverts on Chinden Boulevard and one on State Highway 44 (State Street).
Learn more: http://www.compassidaho.org/comm/comments.htm
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a short-range (7 year) capital improvement program (budget) of transportation projects consistent with federal regulations and area policies and strategies. The TIP lists all projects for which federal funds are anticipated, along with non-federally funded projects that are regionally significant. The TIP represents the transportation improvement priorities of the region and is required by federal law. The list includes roadway and public transit projects. For more information contact Toni Tisdale, (208) 475-2238.
COMPASS produces a regional TIP for both the Northern Ada County and Nampa Urbanized Area and updates the document annually. The list of TIP projects must be endorsed by the COMPASS Board. The U.S. Department of Transportation requires that all projects in the TIP be derived from an approved long range transportation plan, meet air quality requirements and be financially constrained to the amount of funds that are expected to be available. The TIP shows the estimated costs and projected construction schedule of transportation projects. The TIP brochure describes in more detail how the TIP is developed. (English/Español)
The Idaho Transportation Department’s Idaho Transportation Investment Program (ITIP) and Ada County Highway District’s Integrated Five-Year Work Plan provide information on additional transportation projects not included in the TIP.
The TIP shows how projects correlate with Communities in Motion (CIM) performance measures. This reporting not only allows a reader to easily see how individual projects help achieve CIM goals, but it also provides additional accountability for the project sponsor and decision-makers, as they must be able to clearly demonstrate the relationship between projects and CIM goals.
Federal Approval Letter (1/6/2021)
Detailed List of Projects (4/2/2021)
- Current Dollar Format
- Year of Expenditure Format (costs reflect inflation to show anticipated costs in year of expenditure)
- Valley Regional Transit's Program of Projects
Basic List of Projects (4/2/2021)
Interactive Map of Projects (with environmental justice consideration areas)
Public comments on FY2021-2027 TIP
- Public comment period: August 14 - September 14, 2020
- Administrative Modification #1, November 3, 2020
- Amendment #1, November 10, 2020
- Administrative Modification #2, November 17, 2020
- Administrative Modification #3, December 2, 2020
- Amendment #2, December 21, 2020
- Administrative Modification #4, December 23, 2020
- Administrative Modification #5, January 20, 2021
- Administrative Modification #6, February 16, 2021
- Amendment #3, February 22, 2021
- Amendment #4, March 9, 2021
- Administrative Modification #7, March 11, 2021
- Administrative Modification #8, March 22, 2021
- Administrative Modification #9, April 2, 2021
- Amendment #5, April 13, 2021
- For detailed information about the application process, please visit the Resource Development and Funding page.
- Regional Transportation Improvement Program Public Involvement Plan (Chapter 2 of the COMPASS Integrated Communication Plan/Public Involvement Plan)
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