The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a short-range fiscal programming document representing the first four (4) to six (6) years of the Metropolitan Transportation Plan.
The TIP contains information about regionally significant transportation projects including the scope of the project, the phases that will receive funding, the estimated project cost, and the type of funding that will be used. The TIP is required to be updated every four years. It is the responsibility of the Transportation Policy Committee (TPC) to approve the TIP.
Click here to see an Interactive TIP Map of the active transportation projects.
Amendments & Administrative Modifications
Project changes are often necessary as projects develop and are achieved through the amendment process for major changes or the administrative modification process for minor changes. Documentation of these changes are available in the following links.
Fiscal Year 2018 – 2021 TIP Project Status
*Includes all changes processed as of August 9, 2019
Annually, KIPDA is required to compile a report of every project for which Federal funds were obligated (i.e. included in a funding agreement). The FY 2018 Annual Listing of Obligated Projects in the Louisville/Jefferson County, KY-IN MPA is available by clicking here.
Project Management Process
A Project Management Process (PMP) has been developed to ensure the Local Public Agencies (LPAs) that receive funds manage their projects effectively while providing transparency and accountability to the public.
On a quarterly basis, LPAs must provide progress reports and may make periodic changes to their projects.
- Indiana Progress Report Summary
- Indiana Project Changes
- Kentucky Progress Report Summary
- Kentucky Project Changes
Additional resources for LPAs.