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Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is Available for Public Review and Comment

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Public Comments for the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

Each year the Sarasota/Manatee MPO updates the 5 Year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The new Draft TIP for FY 2018/19—2022/23 is now available for public review and comment. If you would like to download the TIP, please visit our documents page, select Transportation Improvement Program, and then select Draft 2017-18 TIP from the drop-down menu.

Background: The process to develop the 2018/19-2022/23 TIP started in June 2017 when the MPO Board adopted its 2017 Project Priority List.  That list was forwarded to FDOT to prepare its Draft Tentative Five Year Work Program which includes roadway improvements, transportation alternatives, bridge, safety and public transportation projects (i.e. transit, aviation, port, intermodal and transportation disadvantaged program projects).

The TIP will be presented at upcoming committee meetings on June 4th, and will be presented to the MPO Board at their next MPO Board meeting on June 18, 2018. The TIP must be submitted to FDOT by July 15, 2018.

To view the TIP, please click here.

TIP

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