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TIP: Transportation Improvement Program

In the TIP, the Erie MPO identifies the transportation projects and strategies from the LRTP that it plans to undertake over the next four years. All projects receiving federal funding must be in the TIP. The TIP is the region’s way of allocating its limited transportation resources among the various capital improvements, maintenance responsibilities, and operating needs of the area.

Under federal law, the TIP:

• Covers a minimum four-year period of investment;
• Is updated at least every four years (Two years in Pennsylvania);
• Is realistic in terms of available funding and is not just a "wish list" of projects. This concept is known as fiscal constraint;
• Conforms with the State’s air quality plan in nonattainment and maintenance areas;
• Is approved by the MPO and the governor; and
• Is incorporated directly, without change, into the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP).

While the TIP is only approved every two years, the Erie MPO may amend the TIP to change funding levels for projects, remove projects, and/or add new projects as necessary. Amending the TIP requires a majority vote of the Coordinating Committee and must be voted on at a public meeting.

2017-2020 TIP (Previous TIP)

Project List and associated documents as enacted Spring 2016

2017-2020 Highway & Bridge TIP: List View

2017-2020 Highway & Bridge TIP: Public Narrative View

2017-2020 Public Transit TIP: List View

2017-2020 Public Transit TIP: Public Narrative View

2017-2020 Transit Financial Capacity Analysis

2017-2020 Interstate TIP: Public Narrative View

Erie MPO-Public Participation Plan

2017-2010 TIP: Procedures for Administrative Actions

2017-2010 Erie MPO TIP Selection Process

2017-2020 TIP: Environmental Justice Procedure Summary


2019-2022 TIP  (Current TIP)

Project List and associated documents as enacted Fall 2018.

The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a four-year financial document that lists the planned expenditure of federal, state, and municipal funds for transportation projects.

 Erie MPO 2019-2022 Transportation Improvement Program

The Erie MPO is committed to compliance with applicable nondiscrimination regulations and policies. The meeting location is accessible to persons with disabilities. If accommodations are needed for those with special needs related to language, sight, or hearing, please call (814) 451-7325 at least five business days in advance.

A Public Comment Form is available to provide feedback.  If you wish to provide comment, please complete the attached public comment form and submit it to Emily Aloiz at ealoiz@eriecountypa.gov.  

Public Comment Form

For more information, contact Emily Aloiz, Erie County Department of Planning, 150 East Front Street, Suite 300 Erie, PA 16507; Phone: 814-451-7325; e-mail: ealoiz@eriecountypa.gov 

Documents and public notices will be available on this page as they are developed. If you would like to be informed of upcoming meetings and opportunities for public participation, please contact the Erie MPO.

Questions and comments may be directed to Emily Aloiz, at (814)451-7325 or ealoiz@eriecountypa.gov  

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