Transportation Improvement Program
Click here for a list of MDOT's Priority Roads Investment Program (PRIP) projects for the State of Michigan. Genesee County's projects are on the first page and are highlighted in yellow.
What is the TIP?
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), prepared by Genesee County Metropolitan Planning Commission is a four-year schedule and budget of proposed federally funded and regionally significant transportation improvements within Genesee County. The TIP is typically updated as needed through a multi-step process in association with the Transportation System Management (TSM) Committee, Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) and final approval by the Metropolitan Alliance. The TIP addresses transportation projects and programs that include: federal, state and local highways, transit, ride sharing, bike paths, and pedestrian facilities.
The goal of the transportation improvement programming process is to develop a TIP that makes optimum use of available funds and resources to serve the county's transportation needs. The TIP implements the goals of the long-range transportation plan (LRTP). The LRTP covers a 25-year planning period and all capacity projects included in the TIP must be drawn from the LRTP.
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