Transportation Improvement Program
The Transportation Improvement Program sets the schedule for improvements to the region’s transportation systems.
This short-term plan highlights which major transportation projects are currently underway and which projects are planned over the next four years. Federal and state funds are assigned to specific projects for all modes of transportation. Each project within the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is regionally significant and has been identified, prioritized, and funded because it meets the regional goals and vision of the Grand Valley Regional Transportation Plan.
Even though the document is updated on an annual basis and amended throughout the year, the community, local planning partners, and policy-makers are encouraged to review the projects and provide feedback on a regular basis.
The TIP encompasses projects only within the Grand Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) boundary which covers a majority of the urban areas of Mesa County; including Grand Junction, Fruita, Palisade, and the urban portions of unincorporated Mesa County.
The Grand Valley Metropolitan Planning Organization (GVMPO) is seeking public input on the draft 2024-2027 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Amendment #2. Questions or comments regarding the draft may be referred to Rachel Peterson at 970-623-8479, emailed to email@example.com, or mailed to Mesa County RTPO, P.O. Box 20,000, Department 5093, Grand Junction, Colorado 81502-5001.
The public comment period for the proposed draft will end on Monday, December 11, 2023. Staff will make any appropriate revisions to the draft document. The Grand Valley Regional Transportation Committee (GVRTC) will vote on adoption of the 2024-2027 TIP Amendment #2 and 2024-2025 UPWP Amendment #1 at its regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, December 11, 2023. The TIP public involvement process conforms with the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Section 5307 public involvement process.
For TIPs prior to FY 2022, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For CDOT and local governments. Please download and fill out the form below for any project that is new or needs to be modified. Once completed, email to the Transportation Planner.
Amendments to an approved TIP help maintain federal funding for roadways within the planning area and for federal assistance on transit programs. Amendments to the TIP are required when there are major changes in the cost of a project or when there are additions or deletions of projects within the TIP. Flexibility is required to allow for construction cost changes or for the allocation of additional federal or state funds.