While MVRPC maintains a Long Range Transportation Plan that looks 26 years into the future, the Region also maintains a more detailed transportation capital improvement program that is updated every two years. Known as the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), this short-range plan was updated in May 2015. The TIP lists transportation projects scheduled to be implemented over the next four years in Greene, Miami, Montgomery, and Warren Counties.
Final SFY2018-2021 Transportation Improvement Program
The Region's Long Range Transportation Plan is monitored and implemented through the TIP process. Specifically outlined in the TIP are the Region's highway, bikeway/pedestrian and transit improvements that are federally and/or state financed. Before local jurisdictions can move forward with any proposed project implementation or construction, that project must first gain approval for use of federal or state dollars by the Region's policy board and become a part of the TIP.
The Final SFY2018 – 2021 TIP list includes road construction projects, bike/pedestrian projects, bus/transit and other transportation-related projects and services planned for SFY 2018-SFY2021 (four years: July 1, 2017– June 30, 2021).
The Final SFY2018 – 2021 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) was adopted in May 2017.
Download or view the Final SFY2018-2021 TIP Report. Separate report sections are also available for faster download.
- Table of Contents
- State & Federal TIP Requirements
- Previous Years Accomplishments
- Proposed Highway & Bikeway Improvements
- Proposed Transit Improvements
- Transportation System Management (TSM)
- Airport Improvements
- Public Involvement Summary
Starting on May 27, 2018, TIP amendments must be developed in compliance with the transportation performance measure requirements of the FAST Act for safety measures. In November 2017 MVRPC’s Board of Directors adopted a resolution supporting ODOT’s safety performance management targets for the five performance measures outlined in the Fast Act. Ohio’s targets infer a 1% annual reduction goal for each of the five safety performance measures. To aid in meeting those targets in the MVRPC Region, MVRPC continues to plan, program, and fund projects that have a positive impact in achieving the targets outlined in the State’s HSIP report. To learn more about MVRPC’s Safety Program go to mvrpc.org/transportation/long-range-planning-lrtp/transportation-safety.
State Fiscal Year 2017 Obligations
The following is a list of projects in the MVRPC area, including investments in transit, roadway, pedestrian walkways and bicycle transportation facilities, for which Federal funds were obligated in State Fiscal Year 2017. Projects totaling $45.1 million in roadway and bike/pedestrian facilities, as well as over $85.9 million for transit projects, were obligated.
MVRPC Web TELUS
MVRPC now has an online application to allow you to search, query and view maps of current TIP projects. Log on to MVRPC Web TELUS to find projects. Web TELUS includes a database query application to find information about projects in the current TIP, and a mapping GIS application to let you find projects near your neighborhood. MVRPC has produced a video Introduction to Web TELUS to help get you started.