Product No.: 23001
Date Published: 10/2022
If you would like to request a printed copy (or copies) of this product, please call DVRPC at 215-592-1800 or email the staff contact listed below. If you would like to request this publication or portion of this publication in another language or format, please fill out a request form.The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) document contains a listing of all transit, highway, bridge, bicycle, pedestrian, and multimodal projects in DVRPC’s Pennsylvania counties that will seek federal funding in federal fiscal years 2023 to 2026. This volume also contains the following appendices: (A) Board Resolutions; (B) State DOT Financial, and General and Procedural Guidance Used in Developing the Program, and SEPTA’s Financial Capacity Analysis and TAM Plan; (C) Memorandum of Understanding on Procedures to Amend and Modify the TIP; and (D) DVRPC TIP-LRP Project Benefit Evaluation Criteria.
Geographic Area Covered: Southeastern Pennsylvania (Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties
Key Words: Air Quality, Bike and Pedestrian, Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, BIL, BOF, Bridge Investment Program, Bridge Off System, Bridges, BRIP, CMAQ, CMP, Conformity, Congestion Management Process, Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality, DRPA/PATCO, Environmental Justice, FAST Act, Federally Funded Projects, Fixing America’s SurfaceTransportation Act, Goods Movement, Highway Safety Improvement Program, Highways, HSIP, IIJA, Indicators of Potential Disadvantage, Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, IPD, MAP-21, Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century, National Freight Program, National Highway Freight Program, National Highway Performance Program, NFP, NHFP, NHPP, PART, PennDOT, PennDOT’s Bureau of Public Transit, Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, Pottstown Area Rapid Transit, Public Involvement, Railway-Highway Grade Crossing, Safe Routes to School, SAFETEA-LU, SEPTA, STBGP, STP, STU, Surface Transportation Block Grant Program, Surface Transportation Program, TASA, TEA-21, TIP, Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Transit, Transportation, Transportation Alternatives, Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century, Transportation Improvement Program
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