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Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

The TIP is the regionally agreed upon list of priority transportation projects, as required by federal law (ISTEA, TEA-21, SAFETEA LU, and MAP-21). The TIP document must list all projects that intend to use federal funds, along with all non-federally funded projects that are regionally significant. We also include all other State funded capital projects. The projects are multi-modal; including bicycle, pedestrian, ITS, safety, and freight related projects, as well as the more traditional highway and public transit projects.

For an overview of the TIP, how it was developed, and how you can become involved, see the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Handbook. [1.8 MB pdf]

Draft NJ TIP for Public Comment

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DVRPC invited the public to review and comment on the Draft FY2016 TIP for the New Jersey portion of the region through August 10, 2015. This TIP was developed in cooperation with NJDOT, NJ TRANSIT, DRPA/PATCO and DVRPC's member counties and cities. In addition to the Draft TIP, DVRPC also made available for public comment on the Draft Amendments to the DVRPC Connections 2040 Long-Range Plan and the Draft Transportation Conformity Finding during the same period.

DVRPC is no longer accepting public comments on the Draft DVRPC FY2016 TIP for NJ because the comment period has closed.

Draft NJ TIP application View or Search Draft TIP Projects or Read Comments Here!

Current TIPs

New Jersey

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The DVRPC FY2014 TIP for NJ (FY2014-2017) was adopted by the DVRPC Board on July 25, 2013, and became effective on November 20, 2013. This important document represents the latest program of transportation projects for the NJ portion of the region. This TIP will remain in effect until at least September 30, 2015.

NJ TIP application TIP projects can be searched, mapped, and displayed interactively here

Pennsylvania

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The DVRPC FY2015 TIP for PA (FY2015-2018) was adopted by the DVRPC Board on July 24, 2014, and became effective October 1, 2014. This TIP will continue as the current TIP until September 30, 2016. This important document represents the latest program of transportation projects for the PA counties in the region.

PA TIP application TIP projects can be searched, mapped, and displayed interactively here
 

Prior TIPs

Flexing Highway Funds to Transit

End-of-Year Obligation Summaries