The purpose of the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is to provide information to the public and other interested parties on the federally funded transportation projects, which will occur over the next four years. The TIP also indicates that Bannock Transportation Planning Organization has met the requirements of the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) for the development of a Transportation Improvement Program. The Transportation Improvement Program is a listing of all federally funded transportation projects within the Bannock Transportation Planning Organization (BTPO) planning area.
The TIP is a four-year prioritized listing of all federally funded transportation projects planned to be built within the MPO boundaries. The TIP is also an implementation tool of the Long Range Transportation Program (LRTP). Therefore all local projects listed must either come from the LRTP or be found to be consistent with the LRTP.
Projects have different funding categories, but all are funded with the Department of Transportation funds. The different Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) funding categories are Congestion Mitigation/Air Quality (CMAQ), Enhancement, Surface Transportation Program (State and Urban), Interstate Maintenance, and High Priority. The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funding categories are Section 5303 Planning and Section 5307 Urbanized Area Formula Program. State-funded projects are also listed for informational purposes.
Transportation Improvement Program for fiscal year 2020- 2025 TIP
Transportation Improvement Program for fiscal year 2019- 2025 TIP
Transportation Improvement Program FY2019_TC_20180926 (Approved September 10, 2018)
BTPO FY2019 Transportation Improvement Program A1_20181105 (Approved November 11, 2018)
BTPOFY2019 Transportation Improvement Program A2_20190425 ( Approved March 25, 2019)
BTPO Transportation Improvement Program FY2019_A3_20190528 (Approved May 28, 2019)
BTPO Transportation Improvement Program 2019_A4_20191007 (Approved October 7, 2019)
BTPO Transportation Improvement Program 2019_A5 (PDF) (Approved November 13, 2019
Air Quality Conformity Report 2020 (Approved October 8, 2019)
Conformity Determination 2019 (approved September 10, 2018)
Conformity Determination FY 2018_approved (Approved September 11, 2017)
The TIP is incorporated without change into the State Transportation Improvement Program, Idaho’s Transportation Investment Program, like the TIP, four-year construction period, but also includes three planning years where the TIP only includes two. The State Transportation Improvement Program is updated annually.