DRAFT 2019-2022 TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM
The Commission has prepared a draft regional transportation improvement program (TIP) listing all arterial highway, public transit, and other transportation improvement projects proposed to be carried out by State and local governments over the next four years (2019-2022) in the seven-county Southeastern Wisconsin Region. The TIP indicates the transportation system improvement priorities of State and local governments in Southeastern Wisconsin by their programming of projects to be undertaken in each of the next four years. The draft 2019-2022 TIP contains 323 projects representing a total potential investment in transportation improvements and services of $1.9 billion over the next four years.
Total Funding in 2019-2022 TIP
HOW TO REVIEW AND COMMENT
The draft 2019-2022 TIP is available for review and comment through November 29, 2018. Staff has also scheduled a public informational meeting on the draft 2019-2022 TIP. During the meeting, staff will be available in an "open house" format to individually answer questions and provide information. Oral comment may be given to a court reporter during the meeting or written comments may be submitted.
People needing disability-related accommodations are asked to contact the Commission offices a minimum of 3 business days in advance so that appropriate arrangements can be made.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
To review the draft 2019-2022 TIP and provide comments, please visit sewrpc.org/tip or click on the link below:
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