DRCOG staff want your input on the draft 2024-2027 Transportation Improvement Program!
What is the Transportation Improvement Program and why does it matter?
The Denver region's shared regional transportation system affects residents and visitors every day, and improving the system can improve their lives. DRCOG's Transportation Improvement Program process selects and funds projects that are important and valuable not only to the region, but to each local government. Much of the funding comes from federal agencies which require projects be selected through a competitive, regional process. It’s also how the Denver region implements the fiscally constrained short-range transportation plan by identifying the federal, state and regionally significant locally funded transportation projects planned for the region over a four-year period.
The projects in this Transportation Improvement Program have been selected as the result of four calls for projects covering 2022-2027, and have been carried over as appropriate from the current 2022-2025 Transportation Improvement Program. DRCOG develops and adopts a new Transportation Improvement Program every two years in order to keep the funding years of the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program and the Transportation Improvement Program aligned.
Review the draft 2024-2027 Transportation Improvement Program document and associated draft air quality conformity documents.
- Draft FY 2024-2027 Transportation Improvement Program
- Draft Denver So Subarea 8-Hr Ozone Conformity
- Draft 2024-2027 TIP Transportation GHG Report
How to share your thoughts
Submit written comments via web map: You may submit written comments directly on a web map. Use the interactive map to see and make comments on projects submitted for DRCOG-allocated funding.
Submit written comments via email or mail: Submit written comments before 5 p.m., July 19 to Kellsie Forfar-Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-480-5658 or by mail to: DRCOG Chair, 1001 17th St., Suite 700, Denver, CO 80202. The Board of Directors will review all written comments received by July 19 as part of the public hearing record.
Speak at the July 19 public hearing: Information about how to participate will be posted at the DRCOG event calendar for the July 19 Board of Directors meeting. If you have questions, please contact Kellsie Forfar-Jones at email@example.com or 303-480-5658.
Auxiliary aids or services: Attendees can request additional aids or services, such as interpretation or assistive listening devices, by calling 303-480-6701 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please notify DRCOG at least 48 hours in advance so staff can coordinate your request.