Transportation Improvement Program

The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a short-range capital improvement program that identifies most federally and state funded transportation projects in the CAMPO planning area that are scheduled for implementation over a four-year period.

FY2021-24 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

Comment on Surface Transportation Block Grant (STBG) Project Proposals

Take the project survey using Google Forms (Click to View) Read below for more information

CAMPO is currently in the process of developing the FY2024-27 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The TIP development process relies on building consensus among federal, state and local agencies on funding priorities for near term transportation projects.

As part of this process, CAMPO issued a request for Surface Transportation Block Grant Funding (STBG) funding proposals in fall 2022. The STBG application period is now closed. Five STBG proposals were submitted by member agencies.

The map and supplementary documents below provide additional info on project proposals:

Ways to provide comments:

  • Take the project survey using Google Forms (Click to View)
  • Send to Steve Dobrinich via email at sdobrinich@ocwcog.org or by calling 541-223-7040. Comments can also be sent in writing to 777 NW 9th Street, Suite 204C; Corvallis OR, 97330.
  • Attend an upcoming CAMPO TAC or Board meeting

The comment period will be open until 5:00 PM (PST) Dec. 20

Comentario sobre la Subvención en Bloque para el Transporte de Superficie (STBG)

Realice la encuesta del proyecto utilizando el Formulario de Google (Haga clic para ver)

CAMPO se encuentra actualmente en el proceso de desarrollar el Programa de Mejora del Transporte (TIP) para el año fiscal 2024-27. El proceso de desarrollo del TIP se basa en generar consenso entre las agencias federales, estatales, y locales sobre las prioridades de financiamiento para proyectos de transporte a corto plazo.

Como parte de este proceso, CAMPO emitió una solicitud de propuestas de financiamiento de Subvenciones en Bloque para el Transporte de Superficie (STBG) en el otoño del 2022. El período de solicitud de STBG ya está cerrado. Las agencias miembros presentaron cinco propuestas de STBG.

El mapa y los documentos complementarios a continuación proporcionan información adicional sobre las propuestas de proyectos:

Formas de proporcionar comentarios:

  • Realice la encuesta del proyecto utilizando el Formulario de Google (Haga clic para ver)
  • Envíe electrónicamente a Emma Chavez a echavez@ocwcog.org o llamando al 541-924-8405. Los comentarios también pueden enviarse por escrito a 1400 Queen Avenue SE, Suite 205; Albany, OR 97322.
  • Asistiendo una próxima junta del Comité Técnico Asesor o Junta Directiva de CAMPO

El período de comentarios estará abierto hasta las 5:00 PM (PST) del 20 de diciembre

STBG Project Proposals Map V3

   Map of Proposed STBG Project Locations (click to view)

STBG Project Proposals Spanish V2

 Mapa de las ubicaciones propuestas de los proyectos (haga clic para ver)

What is the Transportation Improvement Program?

The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a short-range capital improvement program that identifies most federally and state funded transportation projects in the CAMPO planning area scheduled for implementation over a four-year period. The TIP is updated every three years.

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 must be fiscally constrained and only include projects for which there is reasonable anticipated funding.

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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 2021 (October 1, 2020 - September 30, 2021)

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)