Transportation Improvement Program
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a short-range capital improvement program that lists priority transportation projects in the Corvallis Metropolitan Area for funding. The TIP contains a four-year listing of anticipated projects and is updated every three years.
The TIP development process relies on building consensus among federal, state and local agencies on funding priorities of near term transportation projects. These projects may range from improving highways and funding transit to adding bicycle lanes on major urban streets and preserving existing roads.
Projects in the TIP are drawn from CAMPO’s Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) for implementation. The TIP is a more precise document than the RTP and specifies various phases of a project, the schedule, the costs, the funding source(s), and the sponsor(s) of each project that is ready for implementation. The TIP is a fiscally constrained document that only includes projects for which there is a reasonably anticipated fund.
Annual List of Obligated Projects
To ensure that the public has an accurate understanding of how federal funds are being spent on transportation projects MPOs are required to develop a list of projects for which federal funds have been obligated in the most recent federal fiscal year. The purpose of this effort is “to increase the transparency of government spending on transportation projects and strategies in metropolitan areas to state and local officials, and the public at large.” Each report shows the federal funding obligated during the federal fiscal year (October 1st - September 30th).
This page provides links to the current and most recent obligation reports.
Annual Listing of Obligated Projects -FFY 2020 (October 1, 2019 - September 30, 2020)
Annual Listing of Obligated Projects -FFY 2019 (October 1, 2018 - September 30, 2019)