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FY 2025-2029 ADOPTED
Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

Thank you for your public comments on the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The Adopted MetroPlan 2025-2029 Transportation Improvement Program is available for your viewing below.


The TIP represents the five-year program of capital surface transportation projects that utilize federal transportation funds or otherwise impact regionally significant highways, roads, and transit services.

The program covers projects in Flagstaff and part of Coconino County for fiscal years 2025 through 2029. Agencies included in the TIP are the City of Flagstaff, Coconino County, the Arizona Department of Transportation, Northern Arizona University, and Mountain Line, the regional transit provider.  The public submitted one project during the Call for Projects, a bus shelter across from the Adult Center on Thorpe, and the agencies listed submitted projects.  Projects submitted before adoption will be considered for inclusion if determined to support the MetroPlan (FMPO) regional transportation plan.


Have questions? Contact Dave Wessel at 

MetroPlan anticipates adoption by the Executive Board on June 6, 2024.

View the Adopted Transportation Improvement Program here

Each metropolitan planning organization (MPO) must prepare a Metropolitan Transportation Plan (MTP), in accordance with 49 USC 5303(i), to accomplish the objectives outlined by the MPO, the state, and the public transportation providers with respect to the development of the metropolitan area's transportation network. This plan must identify how the metropolitan area will manage and operate a multi-modal transportation system (including transit, highway, bicycle, pedestrian, and accessible transportation) to meet the region's economic, transportation, development, and sustainability goals - among others - for a 20+ year planning horizon while remaining fiscally constrained.

For earlier TIP documents and amendments please contact

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