The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a four or five-year work program that lists all regionally significant and federally-funded transportation projects and services in the seven county Nashville metropolitan planning area. The program includes projects for all modes of surface transportation including highways and streets, public transportation, and walking and bicycling.
Any project included in the TIP must be consistent with or be selected from the Regional Transportation Plan adopted by the Transportation Policy Board. Additionally, the TIP must be fiscally constrained by estimated revenues, or have funding mechanisms currently in place to pay for the anticipated work. Though the TIP is adopted only once every three or four years, it can be amended to account for changes in funding or project needs.
*NOTE: As GNRC continues to integrate resources of the Nashville Area MPO program, information can still be found on the existing MPO website.
FYs 2017-2020 Transportation Improvement Program
The FYs 2017-2020 TIP was adopted by the Transportation Policy Board on November 16, 2016 and identifies more than a billion dollars in federal, state, and local funding for transportation projects over coming years.