Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a short-term project list that includes transportation projects for all modes expected to be funded within a four year period. The TIP is based on the Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) which runs from October 1st through September 30th (e.g. FFY2016 begins October 1st, 2015). Development and maintenance of the TIP is covered under 23 U.S. Code § 134 Subsection j.
The MPO is required to produce a new TIP every two years. The FFY2016-2021 TIP was approved by the Policy Board on August 13th, 2015 and was incorporated into the Statewide TIP and approved by FHWA/FTA on September 30th, 2015. The FFY2016-2021 TIP became effective on October 1st, 2015.
Projects included in the TIP must be consistent with the long-range Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP).
The Santa Fe MPO’s public participation process satisfies the public participation process for Santa Fe Trails’ Program of Projects.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC COMMENT PERIOD
ON DRAFT AMENDMENT 5 TO THE
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
Federal Fiscal Years 2016–2021
Public Comment Period 02/03/17 – 02/17/17
Updated on 02/10/17 (See Below)
TCC Review and Recommendation 02/20/17
TPB Public Hearing and Approval 02/23/17
PROPOSED CHANGES TO EXISTING PROJECTS
S100340 – NM466 (St. Michaels Dr.) Pedestrian ADA Improvements [NMDOT Lead]
Move Project and $323,629 in FFY2019 Funding to S100440 (see below) and delete this Control Number.
S100430 – NM599/US84-285 Ramp Modifications [NMDOT Lead]
Add $404,184 to existing $395,816 in FFY2018 Funding for a new project total of $800,000 to match the latest Engineers Estimate for the project.
S100440 – St Francis Dr./St Michaels Dr. Interchange Improvements [NMDOT Lead]
The following changes are intended to consolidate a number of existing and newly proposed study and design projects located along St. Michaels Drive to ensure coordination and streamline the process.
- Change Project Name to “St. Michaels Dr. Corridor Improvements”
- Add the $285,000 in FFY2017 Design Funding from S100470 and add “Rail Trail Underpass Design” to the Scope of Work.
- Add the $323,629 in FFY2019 Design Funding from S100340 and add “Pedestrian ADA Improvements” to the Scope of Work.
- Delete the $500,000 in FFY2019 Design Funding in S100440 for the Interchange Improvements. This funding will be programmed once a preferred alternative is selected from the current Study underway which was funded in FFY2016 under this control number.
- Add “Road Diet Study” to the Scope of Work.
S100470 – Rail Trail Underpass at NM466 (St. Michaels Dr.) [NMDOT Lead]
Move Design Scope for Project and $285,000 in FFY2017 Funding to S100440 (see above). $2,850,000 in FFY2019 Construction Funding to remain with this Control Number.
S100520 – I-25 Pavement Preservation – MP290-294 [Eldorado to Canoncito Interchanges] [NMDOT Lead]
The $7,500,000 in FFY2016 Funding were obligated (Sept 2016) to this project, but the project was unable to be let for construction. We are unable to change the TIP after the end of the Federal Fiscal Year, so these funds cannot be removed. The FFY2016 Funds are to deobligated and reprogrammed as follows:
- Add $7,150,000 in Funding to FFY2018 based on Engineers Cost Estimate
PROPOSED NEW PROJECTS TO BE ADDED
S100540 – Bridge Preventative Maintenance on Bridge #9423 (I-25/La Cienega Interchange) and Bridge #7366 (NM466/US84-285 Interchange) [NMDOT Lead]
Add a New Project with $450,000 in FFY2019 Funding to conduct Preventative Maintenance on 2 Bridges.
- #9423 at the I-25/ La Cienega Interchange and
- #7366 at the NM466 (St Michaels Dr.)/US84-285 (St Francis Dr.) Interchange.
*9900724 – US84-285 Safety Maintenance Project [NMDOT Lead]* Added to Amendment on 02/10/17
Add a New Project with $600,000 in FFY2017 Highway Safety Improvement Program Maintenance Funding for Concrete Wall Barrier Replacement from MP165.5 to MP166.5
[Note: This project was added to the Amendment on February 10th at the request of NMDOT after they received notification of the award of funding for this Safety Project. This project cannot wait until the next Amendment Cycle as it is scheduled to be put out to Bid in April and be constructed before project S100430 (see above) goes to construction in FFY2018. It will be at the discretion of the MPO Policy Board to approve the addition of this project with a reduced public review period.]
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The Public Comment Period runs from February 3, 2017 through February 17, 2017. The MPO Technical Coordinating Committee will review submitted public comment and make a recommendation on the proposed amendment at their next meeting on February 20, 2017 and the MPO Transportation Policy Board will hold a Public Hearing on the proposed amendment at their meeting on February 23, 2017
The Santa Fe MPO’s public participation process satisfies the public participation process for the Santa Fe Trails’ Program of Projects.
For more information, if you have questions, or wish to submit written comment, please contact:
Keith Wilson, MPO Senior Planner 505-955-6706
Written comments can also be mailed to:
Keith Wilson MPO Senior Planner
Santa Fe Metropolitan Planning Organization
P.O. Box 909
Santa Fe, NM87504-0909
DOWNLOAD CURRENT FFY2016-2021 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
MPO Staff Contact
Keith Wilson MPO Senior Planner
firstname.lastname@example.org or 505-955-6706
FEDERAL FISCAL YEAR 2018-2023 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM – CALL FOR PROJECT
The Santa Fe MPO is soliciting applications for projects to be considered for funding in the development of the Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2018-2023 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) within the MPO Planning Area. The process for developing a new TIP is outlined in the MPO’s Public Participation Plan. The development of the TIP is done in cooperation with NMDOT District 5. At this time District 5 has indicated that the earliest funding would be available is in the Planning Years of FFY2022 and FFY2023 when $5 to $15 million could be available to allocate to projects.
This Call for Projects covers projects eligible for National Highway Performance Program (NHPP) and Surface Transportation Block Grant Program (STBG) funding. This Call for Projects does not include applications for funding under the Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP), Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP), Recreational Trails Program (RTP), and Congestion Management Air Quality (CMAQ) Program as these funds are awarded under separate processes.
- NHPP provides support for the condition and performance of the National Highway System (NHS), for the construction of new facilities on the NHS, and to ensure that investments of Federal-aid funds in highway construction are directed to support progress toward the achievement of performance targets established in a State’s asset management plan for the NHS. (https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/fastact/factsheets/nhppfs.cfm)
- STBG provides flexible funding that may be used by States and localities for projects to preserve and improve conditions and performance on any Federal-aid highway (Collector and above), bridge and tunnel projects on any public road, pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure, and transit capital projects, including intercity bus terminals. (https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/fastact/factsheets/stbgfs.cfm)
Both funding programs have a 14.56% match requirement.
Projects must be included in, or consistent with the Metropolitan Transportation Plan 2015-2040. If you have project that you do not see listed in the Metropolitan Transportation Plan, please contact MPO Staff to discuss if the project is eligible.
Project Applications must be made by completing a Project Identification Form (PIF) and ITS Project Checklist. Projects listed in the Unfunded Project List (Appendix B) of the FFY2016-2021 TIP must be resubmitted by completing a PIF and ITS Project Checklist if you wish them to be considered in this process.
The deadline to submit project applications is 5:00PM on April 14th, 2017. MPO staff is available to meet or assist with the completion of the Project Applications.
MPO Staff will review the eligibility of submitted projects and create an initial ranking using the Regional Roadway Project Evaluation Criteria outlined in Chapter 7 of the Metropolitan Transportation Plan. The list of projects will be presented to the MPO Technical Coordinating Committee (TCC) for discussion at their April 24th Meeting (additional meetings will be held if necessary).
NMDOT District 5 in consultation with MPO Staff will review the needs for their whole district in determining the level of funding that will be available for projects in the Santa Fe MPO TIP. The funding available to the Santa Fe MPO area will be allocated based on the finalized prioritized list of projects approved by the TCC. A draft TIP will be developed and presented to the TCC at a May 15th Meeting for approval to release for a 30-day Public Review.
A yet to be scheduled Public Input Meeting will be held during this 30-day period (May 17 through June 16) to solicit public input.
The TCC will review public input and make a recommendation on the FFY2018-2023 Transportation Improvement Program to the Transportation Policy Board (TPB) at their June 19th Meeting.
The TPB will hold a Public Hearing before taking action on the FFY2018-2023 Transportation Improvement Program at their June 22nd, 2017 Meeting.
The Deadline to submit an approved FFY2018-2023 Transportation Improvement Program to NMDOT is June 30, 2017.
- TIP Development Schedule
- MPO Planning Area Map
- National Highway System (NHS) Map
- Roadway Functional Classification Map
- Metropolitan Transportation Plan 2015-2040 [See Chapter 7: Making Choices]
- FFY2016-2023 TIP Appendix B – Unfunded Project List
- National Highway Performance Program (NHPP) Fact Sheet
- Surface Transportation Block Grant (STBG) Fact Sheet
- Project Identification Form (PIF)
- ITS Checklist
- Santa Fe MPO Public Participation Plan [See Pages 10-13]
- Current FYY2016-2021 Transportation Improvement Program Document
MPO Staff Contact
MPO Senior Planner
email@example.com or 505-955-6706
Annual Listing of Federal Obligated Projects
MPO’s are required to produce an annual listing of projects (including investments in pedestrian walkways and bicycle transportation facilities) for which federal funds have been obligated in the preceding year. The list must be consistent with the categories identified in the adopted TIP and represent the results of a cooperative effort between NMDOT, any affected transit operators, and the MPO. Below are links to the Listing of Obligated Projects for FFY2016, FFY2014 and FFy2015.
DOWNLOAD PAST TIP DOCUMENTS
FFY2016-2021 TIP Amendment 3 – 01/05/17 [Past version of TIP for FFY2016-2021]
FFY2016-2021 TIP Amendment 2 – 07/12/16 [Past version of TIP for FFY2016-2021]
FFY2016-2021 TIP Amendment 1 – 05/17/16 [Past version of TIP for FFY2016-2021]
FFY2016-2021 TIP Approved 09/30/15 [Past version of TIP for FFY2016-2021]
FFY2014-2017 TIP Amendment 8 – 8/11/15 [Final TIP for FFY2014-2017]
FFY2014-2017 TIP Amendment 7 – 06/17/15 [Past version of TIP for FFY2014-2017]
FFY2014-2017 TIP Amendment 6 – 03-31-15 [Past Version of TIP for FFY2014-2017]
FFY2014-2017 TIP Amendment 5 – 09/19/14 [Past Version of TIP for FFY2014-2017]
FFY2014-2017 TIP Amendment 4 – 09/19/14 [Past Version of TIP for FFY2014-2017]
FFY2014-2017 TIP Amendment 3 – 06/12/14 [Past Version of TIP for FFY2014-2017]
FFY2014-2017 TIP Amendment 2 – 02/13/14 [Past Version of TIP for FFY2014-2017]
FFY2014-2017 TIP Amendment 1 – 11/08/13 [Past Version of TIP for FFY2014-2017]
FFY2014-2017 TIP Approved 04/11/13 [Past Version of TIP for FFY2014-2017]
FFY2012-2015 TIP Amended 09/10/13 [Final TIP for FFY2012-2013]
FFY2012-2015 TIP Amended 08/26/13 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2012-2015 TIP Amended 07/26/13 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2012-2015 TIP Amended 05/30/13 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2012-2015 TIP Amended 03/14/13 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2012-2015 TIP Amended 11/08/12 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2012-2015 TIP Amended 09/14/12 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2012-2015 TIP Amended 08/09/12 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2012-2015 TIP Amended 06/25/12 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2012-2015 TIP Amended 04/12/12 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2012-2015 TIP Amended 02/09/12 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2012-2015 TIP Amended 12/14/11 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2012-2015 TIP Amended 11/10/11 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2012-2015 TIP Amended 08/16/11 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2012-2015 TIP Approved 05/12/11 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2010-2013 TIP Amended 09/27/11 [Final TIP for FFY2010-2011]
FFY2010-2013 TIP Amended 08/16/11 [Past Version of TIP]
FFY2010-2013 TIP Amended 05/23/11 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2010-2013 TIP Amended 05/12/11 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2010-2013 TIP Amended 02/10/11[Past version of TIP]
FFY 2010-2013 TIP Amended 11/17/10 [Past version of TIP]
FFY 2010-2013 TIP Amended 08-12-10 [Past version of TIP]
FFY 2010-2103 TIP Amended 05-25-10 [Past version of TIP]
FFY 2010-2013 TIP Amended 05-13-10 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2010-2013 TIP Amended 02-11-10 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2010-2013 TIP Amended 10-08-09 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2010-2013 TIP Amended 08-13-09 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2010-2013 TIP Amended 06-11-09 [Past version of TIP]
FFY2008-2011 TIP Amendment 08-13-09 [Final TIP for FFY2008-2009]
Obligated Project List for FFY 2005 – 2008
For more information on the TIP Contact:
Keith Wilson, MPO Senior Planner
Page Last Updated – February 14, 2017