If the long-range transportation plan is the blueprint showing where the region's transportation system will go over the next 20 years, the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is the tool for implementing the plan.
TIP projects are proposed by local communities, county engineers, the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT), transit operators and other sponsors. Projects can range from road resurfacing and reconstruction to transit and bicycle facilities to traffic calming and traffic signal upgrade projects.
- Includes all federally funded projects and regionally significant, non-federally funded transportation projects to be implemented in NOACA's five counties over the next four fiscal years
- Budgets, prioritizes and schedules federal-aid highway, transit and transportation alternatives projects
- Assists the transportation community and the public track the use of state, local and federal transportation funds
- Accounts for the region's immediate transportation system expenditures
- Has a four-year time frame
- Is updated every two years by NOACA (and is amended quarterly by the Governing Board)
TIP documents or other information related to the TIP: