Transportation Improvement Program
Every two years, the MPO must develop a Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) which lists the projects for which federal transportation funds will be spent during at least a three-year period. The MPO must demonstrate that the projects in the TIP have the funding reasonably available to complete the listed projects.
You can view the original TIP, as well as subsequent amendments by clicking the corresponding link below:
FY 2023-2026 TIP Amendment One (pdf) made significant changes to project funding, timelines and project prioritization for construction as a result of the adoption of the Unified Transportation Program (UTP) by the Texas Transportation Commission in August 2022. Among others, that UTP increased funding for: a) the State Highway 6 expansion project; b) included a significant contribution from the Texas Transportation Commission’s Strategic Priority Discretionary Fund for the Bush/Wellborn interchange; c) allows for the Texas Avenue project between State Highway 21 and University Drive to be completed with a shared use path and sidewalks as envisioned; d) widens and improves safety on FM 1179 between FM 158/Boonville Road to Easterling Drive, and e) amends several Texas Department of Transportation job control number changes to project funding
FY 2023-2026 TIP Amendment Two (pdf) made significant changes to project funding as a result of the anticipated adoption of the Unified Transportation Program (UTP) by the Texas Transportation Commission in August of this year. That draft UTP increased funding for the State Highway 6 expansion project by $203.2 million for a total of $473.5 million, and programs new funding under the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act for Carbon Reduction projects (shown as Category 10) for pedestrian improvements on Texas Avenue between State Highway 21 and FM 60 (University Drive).
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