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What is the TIP?

The Cape Cod Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a list of transportation system projects to be implemented with federal and state funds available for Cape Cod. The TIP is developed and approved by the Cape Cod Metropolitan Planning Organization, the regional body comprised of local, regional, state, and federal officials charged with overseeing the region's transportation planning process.  Discussions at MPO meetings help to establish a preference for which projects are funded through the TIP. 

TIP Funding - Funding comes from a combination of state and federal sources, and totals more than $150 million over the five-year plan.

TIP Projects - Typical projects include reconstruction of existing intersections or roadways, construction of new multi-use paths, and purchase new buses to support regional bus service. Projects are designed to address safety and congestion concerns for all transportation modes, including vehicle, transit, bicycle, and pedestrian travel. Recent projects include the reconstruction of the intersection of Route 28 and Bearses Way in Barnstable, the Cape Cod Trail Trail bridge over Bass River, and purchase of new buses by the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority. 

Development of the Federal Fiscal Year 2021-2025 TIP

On May 26, 2020 the Cape Cod Metropolitan Planning Organization voted to adopt the Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2020-2024 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The plan along with plan summaries in English and Portuguese as presented below.

 

TIP Development Overview 

Current Transportation Improvement Program (2020-2024)

The Cape Cod Metropolitan Planning Organization endorsed the Cape Cod 2020-2024 Transportation Improvement Program on 05/20/2019. The document represents the proposed transportation projects for five years, commencing October 1, 2019. 

Previous Transportation Improvement Programs

Below are previous Cape Cod Transportation Improvement Programs (TIP) with any amendment and/or administrative adjustments approved by the Cape Cod Metropolitan Planning Organization.

 

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