The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a short-range program that identifies transportation projects to be implemented in the FHMPO region over the next four years.  All projects in the FHMPO region that use federal transportation funds and/or are regionally significant are required to be included in the TIP.

2016-2019 TIP

Amendment #7

Approved July 19, 2017

Amendment #6--Administrative Modification

Modified April 17, 2017

Amendment #5

Approved January 18, 2017

Amendment #4

Approved August 24, 2016

Amendment #3

Approved February 17, 2016


Amendment #2

Approved February 17, 2016


Amendment #1

Approved on January 20, 2016


2016-2019 TIP

Approved on August 19, 2015

2014-2017 TIP Documents

TIP Webmap

Annual Listing of Obligated Projects


The Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century (MAP-21) transportation legislation enacted by Congress in July 2012 requires that:

“An annual listing of projects, including investments in pedestrian walkways and bicycle transportation facilities, for which Federal funds have been obligated in the preceding year shall be published or otherwise made available by the cooperative effort of the State, transit operator, and metropolitan planning organization for public review.” 23 CFR 134(j)(7)(B)


As required, this report lists all transportation projects authorized or revised to increase obligations of federal transportation funds in the  metropolitan area during the identified federal fiscal year (October 1 – September 30). The federal government obligates, or commits, funds to a project only after the completion of the required project development process and all local, state, and federal approvals have been obtained. The obligated amounts reflected in the report may not be equal to the final project cost. Additionally, the report indicates those projects for which bicycle and pedestrian elements are included.


2016 Annual Listing of Obligated Projects

Flint Hills

Metropolitan Planning Organization

The Flint Hills MPO provides a regional forum to coordinate, encourage, and promote a safe, efficient, affordable, and integrated transportation system for all users; in support of livable communities and economic competitiveness.

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