FFY 2014-2018 TIP | Annual Listing of Obligated Projects
ANNOUNCEMENT OF COMMENT PERIOD FOR AMENDMENT TO THE FFY 2014-2018 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (TIP)
April 20, 2015 through April 29, 2015
The New York Metropolitan Transportation Council (NYMTC) announces a public comment period for proposed amendments to the Federal Fiscal Years (FFY) 2014-2018 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). These actions propose changes to projects throughout the NYMTC area. The public comment period will begin on Monday, April 20, 2015 and end at 4 pm Wednesday, April 29, 2015.
The amendments propose programming funding for the following projects:
|| Demonstration Project on the MTA’s Flushing (#7) Line, Queens
||Security Improvements at Far Rockaway and Baisley Park Bus Depots, Queens
||Expand Storeroom Facility at Baisley Park Bus Depot, Queens
||Bay Shore Byway Corridor Improvements in Islip, Suffolk County
The amendments propose reprogramming funding from the following projects:
||Bridge Reconstruction at Sagaponack Pond in Southampton, Suffolk Co.
||Sidewalks for Transit Access, Sanatorium Road, Rockland County
CLICK HERE for details on the proposed amendment. This comment period gives the public the opportunity to provide feedback on the proposed changes to the NYMTC TIP.
Comments should be sent in writing to the contact noted below by 4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 29, 2015.
TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM (TIP)
Federal Fiscal Years 2014-2018
Adopted September 4, 2013
The project listings have also been mapped for ease of review. Click here to use Google Earth to spatially view the project listings.
Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)
Each metropolitan TIP shall be included without change into the STIP. Click here to link to the STIP Project Lists.
Annual Listing of Obligated Projects
|ArcGIS Online Web Map Visualization
The listing of obligated and de-obligated projects is visualized on the NYMTC TIP Obligation Map using the ArcGIS online web service. It is a web map where projects are shown in different layers based on their status and also by three types of geographic representation – as points, lines and polygons.
To view the web map, you will need to have a modern browser (Internet Explorer 9 or newer, Chrome 36, Firefox 31, or Safari 6). The web application has many buttons on the top left corner under the title to help users navigate the web map. The description for each button is provided below.
The inset window in the top right corner of the web map is dynamic and will change based on the buttons that are selected in the above NYMTC TIP Obligation Map icon bar.
Please forward comments to: Chris.Hardej@dot.ny.gov or
New York Metropolitan Transporation Council
Attn: Christopher Hardej
199 Water Street, 22nd Floor
New York, NY 10038