Definition & Purpose:
 

The TIP is the spending and implementation plan for specific transportation improvements in the seven-county area that includes Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Ontario, Orleans, Wayne, and Wyoming counties, using federal funds, over at least the four Federal Fiscal Years from adoption. It lists specific projects, the lead agency administering the project, anticipated schedules, costs, and fund-sources for each phase of a project from preliminary engineering, right-of-way acquisition to construction, and inspection. The TIP is usually updated on a three-year cycle.

Although GTC serves a nine-county region, GTC is responsible for developing the TIP for the designated Rochester Metropolitan Planning Area (MPA), which includes all of Monroe County plus the adjacent developed areas of Livingston, Ontario, and Wayne counties.

NYSDOT is responsible for developing the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP), including areas outside the MPA. However, GTC and NYSDOT Region-4 work cooperatively to develop the TIP for the seven-county area, which corresponds to NYSDOT Region-4.

The TIP must be consistent with the goals and objectives of the LRTP.

Members of the public, governments and tribal nations, and regulatory agencies and organizations can review and submit comments to GTC on the draft Program, the recommended list of transportation projects, and amendments presented to the GTC Board.

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Project Lists

The TIP aims to reflect the priorities and direction of the region. The proposed projects are to be consistent with the goals and objectives identified in the current Long Range Transportation Plan (LRTP.) The Genesee-Finger Lakes Region 2045 Plan lists five key themes including Health and Safety; Access and Equity; System Management and Maintenance; Sustainability and Resilience; and Economic Development.

People are encouraged to review the list of committed projects rolling over from current TIP, a list of new projects recommended for funding, and a list of projects unable to be funded. Hard copies are available upon request. The deadline to submit comments is August 15.

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GTC was the special guest on The Joe Robach Show on Thursday, July 21, 2022, at the WYSL 1040am/92.1fm/95.5fm studio in Avon, NY.  The coversation covered the transportation planning and working with your partners to allocate federal funding to our geographic region.  Listen to the podcast recording. 
 

Posted with permssion:

https://archives.warpradio.com/wysl/files/JOE/20220721.mp3

 Podcast © 2022 Radio Livingston Limited.

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Public Meetings

During the public review period, GTC and NYSDOT will conduct three public meetings to review the program and the process. People can view and/or listen to the meetings on this webpage with a computer or mobile device. People may call toll-free phone number: 855-925-2801 Meeting Code: 2941 to listen to the audio and may opt to join the speaker queue. Each meeting will be recorded and posted online.

  • Tuesday, July 26 at 6:30 p.m. (Evening Virtual Meeting)

  • Wednesday, July 27 from 4 to 6 p.m. (Evening In Person Meeting)
    Location:  CityPlace Building, 50 West Main Street, Rochester, NY 14617 in the Business Center on the first floor. Served by RTS Routes 16, 17, 18, 19 and 23. Closest bus stops inbound: Main & Fitzhugh Stop ID: 2442; outbound: Main and Montgomery Stop ID: 2471.

  • Thursday, July 28 from 1-2 p.m. (Daytime Virtual Meeting)

GTC will provide accommodations for anybody who wishes to participate in this opportunity despite disability or proficiency in English. Please contact GTC at (585) 232-6240 or send email to [email protected] to make other arrangements to access this information and participate in this process.