DVRPC FY2024 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for New Jersey (FY24–FY27) Addendum

DVRPC FY2024 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for New Jersey (FY24–FY27) Addendum

Product No.: 24003
Date Published: 04/2024

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The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) document contains a listing of all transit, highway, bridge, bicycle, pedestrian, and multimodal projects in the DVRPC New Jersey region and the NJDOT managed Statewide Program of projects throughout the State of New Jersey that will seek federal and state funding in federal fiscal years 2024 to 2027. This document also contains the following appendices: (A) Board Resolutions; (B) Financial Tables Used in Developing the Program, Including the Statewide TIP (STIP) Introduction; (C) Executive Summary of the Documentation of the Conformity Finding; (D) Memorandum of Understanding on Procedures to Amend and Modify the TIP; (E) DVRPC Local Program; (F) DVRPC TIP-LRP Project Benefit Criteria, (G) Environmental Justice Appendix, and (H) Summary of the TIP Public Involvement Process, Original Public Comments, Agency Responses, and List of Recommended Changes, Public Comment Outreach Documentation, Highlights of the Draft DVRPC FY2024 TIP for New Jersey, Public Notice, a copy of a letter sent to the Tribal Nations notifying the Nations of DVRPC’s Core Planning Activities, and Proof of Publication is shown in the Addendum (Publication #24003)

Geographic Area Covered: DVRPC New Jersey Region (Burlington, Camden, Gloucester, and Mercer counties)

Key Words: Air Quality, Bike and Pedestrian, Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, BIL, Bridge Off System, CMAQ, CMP, Conformity, Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality, Congestion Management Process, Construction, DRPA/PATCO, Environmental Justice, FAST Act, FASTLANE, Federal Transit Administration, Federally Funded Projects, Final Design, Fixing America’s Surface Transportation Act, Fostering Advancements in Shipping and Transportation for the Long-Term Achievement of National Efficiencies, FTA, GARVEE, Goods Movement, Highways, Highway Safety Improvement Program, HSIP, Indicators of Potential Disadvantage, Infrastructure Capital, Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, IIJA, IPD, MAP-21, Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century, National Highway Freight Network, National Highway Freight Program, National Highway Performance Program, New Jersey Department of Transportation, NHFN, NHFP, NHPP, NJ TRANSIT, Performance-Based Planning and Programming, Performance Measures, Preliminary Engineering, Public Involvement, Railway-Highway Grade Crossing, Right-of-Way, Safe Routes to School, SAFETEA-LU, STBGP, STP, Surface Transportation Program, Surface Transportation Block Grant Program, Targets, TASA, TEA-21, TIP, Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Transit, Transportation, Transportation Alternatives Set-A-Side Program, Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century, Transportation Improvement Program

Staff Contact(s)

Project Team

  • Alyson Dressman Capital Program Planner
  • Brad Lane Principal Transportation Engineer
  • Glenn McNichol Principal GIS Analyst
  • John Coscia Manager, Office of Transportation Services
  • Matthew Gates Associate Director, Travel Trends and Forecasts
  • Sean Greene Manager, Office of Freight and Clean Transportation
  • Travis Spotts Capital Program Coordinator
  • Alison Hastings Associate Director, Communications and Engagement
  • Amani Bey Planner
  • Angela Rio Graphic Design and Print Specialist
  • Elizabeth He Manager, Office of Software Development and Data Operations
  • Elise Turner Manager, Office of Communications and Engagement
  • James Strangfeld Manager, Office of Systems and Web Operations
  • Jesse Buerk Manager, Office of Capital Programs
  • Kimberly Dean Manager, Office of Creative and Print Services
  • Matthew Brahms Transportation Planner
  • Michael Boyer Director of Regional Planning
  • Richard Murphy Manager, Office of TIP Development and Maintenance
  • Shoshana Akins Manager, Public Participation Planning
  • Thomas Edinger Manager, Congestion Management Programs
  • William Friedrichs Transportation Engineer

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