Transportation Improvement Program
Public Hearing: The Bellevue Transportation Commission invites citizens, who live or work in Bellevue and other interested people, to a public hearing on the Proposed City of Bellevue 2018-2023 Transportation Improvement Program TIP. The meeting is at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, May 11, 2017, at Bellevue City Hall 450 110th Avenue NE, Conference Room 1E-113.
The six-year Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) serves as a draft work plan for the development of local transportation systems. The primary importance of the local TIP to Bellevue is that, in most instances, projects must be included to be eligible for state and federal grants.
Unlike the city’s funded 2015-2021 Capital Investment Program Plan and 12-year Transportation Facilities Plan, the local TIP is not "revenue constrained," nor is the list of projects prioritized in any way. The city may include all projects that it would choose to implement within the six-year time frame if funding were available.
The TIP is required by state law (RCW 35.77.010), which mandates that all local jurisdictions annually adopt and submit to the state a six-year program of transportation improvements by the end of June. The state Department of Transportation and the Puget Sound Regional Council (PSRC) use local TIPs as tools for coordinating the transportation programs of local jurisdictions with those of regional agencies. The PSRC monitors local TIPs for projects of regional significance, which need to be modeled for regional air quality conformity with federal standards, and to track projects supported by federal funds.
For more information about the TIP, contact Kristi Oosterveen (425-452-4496 or firstname.lastname@example.org).
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