Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) keeps track of major local and state projects as well as federally funded projects over a four-year period following the state fiscal year (July 1 through June 30). The projects found within the TIP help increase safety for those driving, walking, biking, or taking transit. These projects help reduce traffic congestion, improve air quality, enhance efficiency, keep the existing system in good shape, and create mode choices for the overall transportation system. The public, local planning partners, and policy boards are asked to review the projects and provide feedback on a regular basis.

The TIP encompases projects only within the Grand Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) boundary which covers a majority of the urban areas in Mesa County; encompassing Grand Junction, Fruita, Palisade, and the urban portions of unincorporated Mesa County. 

The TIP serves not only the need in this area for an efficient transportation system, but also satisfies regulations jointly issued by the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) and Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), regarding the content and purpose of the program. Amendments to an approved TIP are necessary to maintain federal funding for highways and streets, and for federal assistance on transit programs. The TIP is approved by the Grand Valley Regional Transportation Committee (GVRTC), acting as the MPO.

TIP Documents

2022-2025 (In effect until June 30, 2022)

Transportation Improvement Program 2022-2025 Amendment (Original) Adobe Pdf Icon

Transportation Improvement Program 2022-2025 Amendment 1 (Policy) Adobe Pdf Icon

Transportation Improvement Program 2022-2025 Amendment 2 (Policy) Adobe Pdf Icon

Transportation Improvement Program 2022-2025 Amendment 3 (Administrative) Adobe Pdf Icon

   

2023-2026 (In effect July 1, 2022)

Transportation Improvement Program 2023-2026 Adobe Pdf Icon

There are no public comment opportunities at this time. 

 

Amendments to an approved TIP help maintain federal funding for roadways within the planning area and for federal assistance on transit programs. Amendments to the TIP are required when there are major changes in the cost of a project or when there are additions or deletions of projects within the TIP.  Flexibility is required to allow for construction cost changes or for the allocation of additional federal or state funds.

Grand Valley MPO TIP Amendment Process Adobe Pdf Icon