Transportation Improvement Program
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is mandated by Federal legislation and is a fiscally-constrained, four-year list of transportation projects programmed for the FAMPO study area. The TIP is updated annually and includes projects on the Interstate, Primary, Urban and Secondary Highway Systems. It also includes safety, transportation enhancements and public transportation projects. The TIP may also include funding for feasibility studies, preliminary engineering activities and environmental impact studies.
Fiscal Year 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
The Fiscal Year 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) – adopted on June 16, 2014, updated June 19, 2015.
Map of Projects
Click on the icons below for information about each project. The larger map will provide more detailed project information.
TIP Development Process Flow Chart
FY2015-2018 TIP Overview
Infographic – Español
Amendments to the 2015-2018 FAMPO TIP
Amendments are listed in reverse chronology with the most recent amendment listed first and the oldest listed last.
Fiscal Year 2014 Amendments
FAMPO Resolution 14-28 – Adopted November 17, 2014
A resolution amending the FY2015-2018 TIP to add funding for the preliminary engineering phase of the Chatham Bridge Replacement Project (UPC 105535).
FAMPO Resolution 14-26 – Adopted October 20, 2014
A resolution amending the FY2015-2018 TIP to authorize an amendment to the scope of work for the Route 1 Signal Optimization Project (UPC 100451) in the City of Fredericksburg and also to switch the allocation of years of funds between the US-1 Signal Project and the Route 610/Onville Rd. Intersection Project.
FAMPO Resolution 14-14 – Adopted June 16, 2014
A resolution Adopting the FY2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).
FAMPO Resolution 15-15 – Adopted June 15, 2015
A resolution amending the FY2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP).
Previous Transportation Improvement Program
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