The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a five-year, fiscally constrained, multi-modal program of transportation projects within the Collier Metropolitan Planning Organization Planning Area that will receive federal and/or state funding. The TIP is updated each year and includes highway, bridge, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, transit, congestion management, road and bridge maintenance, transportation planning and transportation disadvantaged projects.
The TIP is developed through a continuous, cooperative and comprehensive (3C) planning process by the Collier Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) in coordination with the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT), state and local governments and public transit operators. This collaborative effort ensures that projects programmed in the FDOT Work Program address the MPO’s highest transportation project priorities. The TIP also includes aviation projects and all regionally significant transportation projects for which Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) or Federal Transit Administration (FTA) approval is required. For informational purposes, the TIP may also identify other transportation projects that are not funded with federal funds.
Transportation Improvement Program FY2021-2025
The MPO Board adopted the FY2021-2025 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)on June 12, 2020. Please click FY21-25 TIP to view the current document, reflecting all administrative modifications and amendments made to-date. This is a large file and may take a while to download. If you have any comments or questions concerning the TIP, please contact the MPO Director and TIP Project Manager, Anne McLaughlin, by phone or email at: 239-252-5884, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adopted Transportation Improvement Program FY 2022-2026
The MPO Board adopted the FY 2022-2026 TIP on June 11, 2021. You can view the adopted FY 2022-2026 TIP here: FY 2022-2026 TIP.
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For prior TIP’s, or additional information, please contact the MPO office at 239-252-5814.