Transportation Improvement Program
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a list of transportation projects developed by the Montgomery Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO). The 17-member MPO has elected representatives from the Town of Coosada, Town of Deatsville, the Town of Elmore, the City of Millbrook, the City of Montgomery, the Town of Pike Road, the City of Prattville, and the City of Wetumpka, as well as County Commission representatives for Autauga, Elmore, and Montgomery Counties.
The Alabama Department of Transportation Southeast Region Engineer also serves on the MPO as a voting member and is not elected to an office. The MPO non-voting members include the City of Montgomery Planning Director, the General Manager of the M Transit, a Federal Transit Administration representative, the Chief of the Bureau of Transportation Planning and Modal Programs at the Alabama Department of Transportation (ALDOT), a representative from the Autauga County Rural Transit System, the Division Administrator of Federal Highway Administration, and a representative of the City of Montgomery Planning Commission. Each member contributes to the planning process.
The projects in the TIP are taken from the Montgomery Study Area 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan with the exception of safety, resurfacing, and few other special types of projects. In most cases, the 2040 Long Range Transportation Plan projects must be done in phases through the TIP.
Montgomery MPO Transportation Improvement Program Fiscal Years 2016 – 2019 Amendments
Fiscal Year 2017
TIP Amendments November 2016
Fiscal Year 2016
TIP Amendments January 2016