This 15-member subcommittee reviews proposed transportation improvement projects throughout the region and, using established criteria, develops a draft project list for review and comment from the public.
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a federally mandated, five-year capital program of regional transportation projects and programs. It identifies priorities for all transportation modes including national, state and local roadways; transit, aviation, bike and pedestrian facilities, and programs such as ride sharing, VanPool and Safe-Routes-to-School.
The TIP is updated annually to show new projects proposed by local and state governments, regional transportation providers and the public, based on feedback during public outreach. The TIP is a cooperative effort of all of the jurisdictions within Pima County. The subcommittee typically meets monthly or more often as appropriate during the TIP development process.