The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for federal fiscal years 2020-2024 has been prepared for NYMTC that meets the relevant requirements for the federal Metropolitan and Statewide Planning Regulations.
FFYs 2020-2024 TIP
Adopted by the Council on
September 5, 2019
Adopted 2020-2024 TIP document
To request a hard copy of the Transportation Improvement Program, contact David Drits at 212-383-7283 or David.Drits@dot.ny.gov
Amendments to FFYs 2020-2024 TIP
Resolution 522, Support of Public Transportation Agency Safety Targets under the Federal Transportation Performance Management Requirements, was adopted by PFAC on June 17, 2021. The resolution amends the current FFYs 2020-2024 TIP and System Performance section of the FFYs 2018-2045 Regional Transportation Plan to reflect these new targets.
PFAC adopted on March 18, 2021 Resolution 521 appending NYMTC’s FFYs 2020-2024 Transportation Improvement Program with the Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division 2021-2024 TIP. The resolution brings into compliance projects proposed by the Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division in the NYMTC’s Metropolitan Planning Area.
On December 17th, the Program, Finance, and Administration Committee (PFAC) adopted Resolution #513 – Supporting Safety Performance Targets Under the Transportation Performance Management Requirements. The resolution adopted the annual statewide performance targets for each of the safety performance measures set by NYSDOT under the HSIP Final Rule
(23 CFR 490) Resolution #513
Quarterly NYMTC Sub-Regional Project Listings Update
Long Island FFYs 2020-2024 Project Listing
Lower Hudson Valley FFYs 2020-2024 Project Listing
New York City FFYs 2020-2024 Project Listing
A geospatial representation of the TIP and Plan 2050 was prepared in ArcGIS Online. To view the proposed project listings for NYMTC’s FFYs 2020-2024 Transportation Improvement Program and for additional information on other program and plan visualizations, click on TIP Visualization Link.
Once a project has been programmed on the TIP, funding for each of its phases must then be obligated. Obligation of funds can be thought of as a formal commitment of a specific amount of funds to a project, as opposed to the programming of funds on the TIP, which simply enable their eventual commitment. Obligation begins the flow of funds to a project. Projects administered by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) are obligated. Those projects administered the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) are awarded through a grant process, which is a different form of obligation.
Funding obligation is a critical milestone in the process which eventually implements transportation improvement projects. Federal planning regulations require that NYMTC publish a listing of obligated projects at the conclusion of each FFY, which begin on October 1st and end the following September 30th.
FFY 2020 Annual Listing of Obligated Transportation Improvement Projects
NYMTC 2019 Obligations
NYMTC 2018 Obligations
NYMTC 2017 Obligations
NYMTC 2016 Obligations
NYMTC 2015 Obligations
NYMTC 2014 Obligations
NYMTC 2013 Obligations
NYMTC 2012 Obligations
NYMTC 2011 Obligations
NYMTC 2010 Obligations
NYMTC 2009 Obligations
NYMTC 2008 Obligations
NYMTC 2007 Obligations
NYMTC 2006 Obligations
ArcGIS Visual listing of Obligated Projects FFY 2020
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.
VIEW MAP →
Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP)
Per federal requirement, each metropolitan planning organization's TIP in New York State is included into the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program. The STIP is a statewide list of all projects, or project phases proposed for federal funding, that are scheduled to begin in the four federal fiscal years (FFYs) 2020 - 2023 (between October 1, 2019 and September 30, 2022). The most recent STIP for New York State was formally approved on October 24, 2019.
STIP Project Listings and Information
For a translation of the NYMTC Transportation Improvement Program Overview, visit the Translated Core Products page.