2017-2020 Transportation Improvement Program
The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a four-year work program of federally funded and regionally significant multimodal transportation projects within the Knoxville Urban Area. The TIP must be fiscally constrained based on estimated revenues. Also, all projects in the TIP must be consistent with or selected from the Knoxville Region's Long Range Plan, Mobility Plan 2040.
The plan below was adopted by the TPO Executive Board on October 26, 2016 and approved by FHWA on January 6, 2017.
Proposed TIP Amendments
Adjustments and Amendments
Adjustments (minor) and Amendments (major) are changes to the approved TIP as defined on page 15 of the 2017-2020 TIP.
Adjustment17-2017-301 (Highway Safety Improvement Program Grouping)
17-2014-037 (Pleasant Ridge Road)
Adjustment17-2017-304 (PHSIP Grouping) 2.27.17
17-2017-304 (PHSIP Grouping) 2.14.17
17-2014-082 (Union Rd N. Hobbs Rd Improvements)
Adjustment17-2017-202 (Section 5339 Funds)
17-2017-201 (Section 5310 Funds)
17-2017-200 (Section 5307)
17-2014-300 (PM 2.5 Diesel Emissions Reduction)
17-2014-073 (Knoxville South Waterfront PedestrianBicycle Bridge)
17-2014-070 (Lenoir City Downtown Streetscapes - Phase 2)
17-2014-007 (Foothills Mall Dr. Extension)
Annual Listing of Obligated Projects
The Fixing America's Surface Transportation Act (FAST Act) requires a listing of projects funded to be published or otherwise made available by the cooperative effort of the State, transit operators and metropolitan planning organization for public review. The report includes a listing of projects which Federal funds have been obligated for the Knoxville Urban Area in the preceding year, including investments in pedestrian and bicycle transportation facilities.