FY 2021 Annual Listing of Obligated Transportation Projects
Updated: Jan 3, 2022
The Tri-County Regional Planning Commission is pleased to report the Annual Listing of Obligated Transportation Projects for fiscal year 2021 is now available! This report constitutes the required annual listing of projects for the tri-county region for fiscal year 2021, from October 1, 2020 to September 30, 2021.
Tri-County is the designated Metropolitan Planning Organization, for Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham counties and the Lansing, Michigan metropolitan area and provides this report annually. This annual listing includes the TIP information and the federal funds requested, federal funds obligated, and the remaining funds needed. Obligated Federal Funds are subtracted from the Requested Federal Funds to determine the difference in funding received.
These projects are part of the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), which is the region’s four-year capital improvements program for road projects, bicycle and pedestrian facilities, transit, and other transportation enhancements. It includes lists of transportation projects proposed for 2020 through 2023 totaling more than $904 million of transportation system investment in the region.
The total road construction and transit investment, leveraging federal and state funding in FY 2021 was over $265 million for the tri-county region. A majority of this investment is from the Rebuilding Michigan Program, which included the obligation of I-69 and I-496 projects.
Highlights of the report include 10.424 miles of reconstruction, 19.704 miles of road capital preventative maintenance, 50.911 miles of road rehabilitation, and 4.2 miles of nonmotorized trails.
View the report and transportation projects completed in FY 2021 at at mitcrpc.org/TIP or click on the image below.
For more information, contact
Transportation Program Implementation Manager