Transportation Improvement Program
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a four-year work program that lists all regionally significant and federally-funded transportation projects and services in the MPO planning area. The TIP includes projects on the Interstate, Primary, Urban and Secondary Highway Systems, as well as, safety projects, transportation enhancement, aviation projects, rail projects bicycle and pedestrian projects and public transit projects. Any project included in the TIP must be consistent with, or be selected from an approved Long Range Transportation Plan.
Additionally, the TIP must be financially constrained by estimated future revenues, or have funding mechanisms currently in place to pay for the anticipated work. Though the TIP is adopted only once every four years, it can be amended to account for changes in funding or project needs.
Fiscal Year 2012-2015 Transportation Improvement Program
Fiscal Year 2012-2015 Transportation Improvement Program - Adopted May 16, 2011 /Amended February 10, 2014
Map of Projects
Resolution 14-03 – Adopted February 10, 2014
To include funding for project UPC # 105464 (Mudd Tavern Road widening west of I-95) and UPC # 105463 (Mudd Tavern Road reconstruction east of I-95)
Resolution 14-01 - Adopted February 10, 2014
To transfer $250,000 of previous funds from UPC # 13558 (Relocation of interchange on I-95 at SR 630[Courthouse Road] at Exit 140) to UPC # 104928 (I-95 Rest Area Access and VA-3 Connector Road)
Resolution 13-33 – Adopted November 18, 2013
To transfer $940,440 of previous funds from UPC #86081 (Relocation of Route F-160/Carmel Church Interchange Improvements) to UPC #101595 (Rappahannock River Crossing)
Resolution 13-27 – Adopted September 16, 2013
To transfer funds from project UPC 88699 to project UPC 93225 and also concurring with the transfer of future funds from UPC numbers 88699 and 100448 to UPC 93225
Resolution 13-25 – Adopted September 16, 2013
To include Trnasportation Alternatives Funding for Project UPC 105210 (VCR Trail Area 3)
Resolution 13-23 – Adopted July 15, 2013
To add new Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation (DRPT) Funding for Fiscal Years 2014 and 2015
Resolution 13-22 - Adopted July 15, 2013
To include new funds from projects from the FY2014-2019 Six-Year Improvement Program (SYIP)
Resolution 13-19 – Adopted June 17, 2013
To include funding for project UPC numbers 102936 (US 1 bridge over Potomac Run), 104690 (regional signal upgrades), 100600 (intersection improvement at RTE 620/1284), and 104687 (median modification on SC 620)
Resolution 13-08 – Adopted March 18, 2013
To add rolling stock to the Rappahannock Area Agency on Aging (RAAA) fleet based on a grant from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Section 5310 for elderly persons and persons with disabilities
Resolution 13-05 – Adopted February 25, 2013
Endorses the Air Quality Conformity Determination for the 2040 Constrained Long-Range Transportation Plan (LRTP) and Fiscal Year 2012-2015 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
Resolution 13-04 – Adopted January 28, 2013
Transfers $250,000 of Fiscal Year 2013 Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ) Funds from UPC #100451 (US-1 Signal Optimization) to UPC #91174 (VCR Trail)
Resolution 12-30 – Adopted October 22, 2012
Provides $1,162,282 in Unused RSTP and CMAQ Funds to the Fall Hill Avenue Widening Project (UPC 88699) to Help Cover the Costs of the Increased Cost Estimate
Resolution 12-28 – Adopted October 22, 2012
Includes Funding for the Statewide Vehicle Fuel Conservation Program
Resolution 12-26 – Adopted July 16, 2012
To add rolling stock to the Rappahannock Area Agency on Aging (RAAA) Fleet based on a grant from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Section 5310 for Elderly Persons and Persons with Disabilities and Section 5317 (New Freedom) Funds for the Mobility Options Program.
Resolution 12-25 – Adopted July 16, 2012
Includes new funds and projects from the FY13-18 Six Year Improvement Program (SYIP) and to amend the TIP by removing completed or antiquated projects from the current program list.
Resolution 12-24 - Adopted July 16, 2012
Adds UPC #’s 103106 (I-95 HOV/HOT Lanes Constuction), 70849 (I-95/395 Preliminary Engineering Studies) and 102711 (I-95 HOV/HOT Lanes Project PPTA Development & Management Oversight).
Resolution 12-21 - Adopted June 18, 2012
Transfers funds from VDOT UPC’s 94027, 92132 and 91838 to UPC T12266 for GWRideConnect/TDM Assistance Activities.
Resolution 12-19 – Adopted June 18, 2012
Includes FY 2013 funding for Fredericksburg Regional Transit’s (FRED) New Maintenance Facility(FRT ID Number 0005).
Resolution 12-11 – Adopted March 19, 2012
Adds rolling stock to the Rappahannock Area Agency on Aging (RAAA) Fleet Based on a Grant from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Section 5310 for Elderly Persons and Persons with Disabilities.
Resolution 12-06 – Adopted February 27, 2012
Provides to Close Out the Rest Area Access Study (UPC #87768) and Transfer Funds to the Long Range Transportation Planning Assistance (UPC #90268).
Resolution 12-05 – Adopted February 27, 2012
Adds UPC#’s T11635 (I-95 HOV/HOT Lanes Construction) and T11619 (I-95 HOV/HOT Lanes Debt Service).
Resolution 11-36 – Adopted November 21, 2011
Transfers funds from Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) UPC #91855 to UPC#102626 for General Public Involvement Activities.
Resolution 11-32 – Adoped October 17, 2011
Transfers funds from Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) UPC#’s 87008, 94208 and 93978 to VDOT UPC #93136 (Morris & Mudd Tavern Rd./US-1 Intersection Improvement).
Resolution 11-26 – Adopted July 18, 2011
Transfers funds from Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) UPC #90269 (Transit Authority) to VDOT UPC #91855 (Public Involvement) for the purpose of complying with Federal Title VI Requirements, and Amending the FY2011 UPWP to this same end.
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