The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a ten-year work program that includes all regionally significant transportation projects in the MPO planning area. The TIP includes projects for all modes of transportation including roadway, public transportation, rail, aviation, bicycle and pedestrian. The TIP is updated every two years, as a subset of the North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT) Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). All projects in the TIP must be consistent with the adopted Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP).
Interactive 2024-2033 TIP
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Amendments to the 2024-2033 TIP
The 2024-2033 TIP was adopted by the FBRMPO Board on September 17th, 2023. The link to the document above contains the originally adopted version. Details on what constitutes a TIP amendment or modification is posted under ‘Resources’ below.
Amendments to the TIP can be viewed through the interactive TIP tool under the “Revisions” tab. PDF versions can also be viewed in the table below. For any questions or inquiries regarding amendments, please reach out to MPO staff.
|Amendment||Amendment Adoption Date|
|Draft October 2023 Amendments||Will go before the Board on October 19th, 2023|
2024-2033 TIP Development Process
The N.C. Department of Transportation’s transportation plan – called the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) – identifies the construction funding and schedule for projects over a 10-year period. NCDOT updates the STIP approximately every two years.
The cycle to update the STIP for 2024-2033 began in fall 2019. Due to rising costs for projects funded in the currently adopted 2020-2029 STIP, little to no funding was projected to be available for new projects in the next STIP. Therefore, on Aug. 4, 2021, the Prioritization Workgroup and the N.C. Board of Transportation decided that the current prioritization cycle (P 6.0) would be halted and the 2024-2033 STIP would be developed using existing projects from the currently adopted 2020-2029 STIP.