2022-2025 Transportation Improvement Program
The 2022-2025 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) identifies federal and state-funded transportation projects to be implemented in the Denver region from fiscal years 2022 through 2025 (Oct. 1, 2021 - Sept. 30, 2025). The 2022-2025 TIP was adopted by the DRCOG Board on April 21, 2021.
“Dual Model” Process
DRCOG initiated a new project selection process for the 2020-2023 TIP. This “dual model” process provided opportunities for subregions to fund local priority projects in addition to regional priority projects with continued focus on Metro Vision and the Regional Transportation Plan. More information about the dual model process and development of the 2020-2023 TIP can be found here. Projects selected for funding by DRCOG in the 2020-2023 TIP were automatically carried over to the 2022-2025 TIP.
Call for Waitlist Projects - Spring to Fall 2021
DRCOG recently conducted a Call for Projects to add new projects to the existing TIP waiting lists. No new funding was associated with this call. The call opened on April 26 and closed on June 21. Call information, including the appropriate applications and data resources, can be found here. A Project Review Panel met in mid-July and made a recommendation to bring to the DRCOG Board, anticipated for September. The eligible applications received are:
- Boulder County: SH-119 and 63rd Ave Transit Bypass Lanes
- Castle Pines: I-25 and Happy Canyon Interchange: Preconstruction Activities
- Lone Tree: I-25 and Lincoln Ave Interchange: Final Design
Subregional Share (note: some subregions were ineligible to submit for this call)
Adams County Subregion
Jefferson County Subregion
- Evergreen: Evergreen Lake Trail: Phase 2
- Golden: West Colfax Complete Streets: Phase 2
- Lakewood: Wadsworth & Morrison SB Accel Lane Operational Improvements
SW Weld County Subregion