What is a TIP?
The TIP is a programming document that lists regionally-significant transportation projects that will be undertaken on Oahu – including projects developed by the State of Hawaii, the City and County of Honolulu, and the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation.
The TIP is a short-term, four-year implementation program for federally-assisted surface transportation projects. It identifies the public transit, highway, bicycle, and pedestrian projects that will receive federal transportation funds in the near future. The most recent policies and procedures for the TIP are linked here: Transportation Improvement Program Policies and Procedures.
The TIP is required to be financially constrained by year and include a financial plan that demonstrates which projects can be implemented using current revenue sources and which projects are to be implemented using proposed revenue sources. The projects identified in the TIP must be consistent with the Oahu Regional Transportation Plan (ORTP).
The Special Maintenance Program (SMP) is a Hawaii DOT program that funds individual repair or maintenance projects that do not normally occur annually. It is a dynamic and needs-driven program, and is subject to change as needs change. The listed roadway preventative maintenance, rehabilitation, and resurfacing projects are only one aspect of the SMP. Qualified and priority SMP projects could receive federal funds should they become available. Refer to the Hawaii DOT website for a list of SMP projects statewide.
The FFYs 2015-2018 TIP covers a period of four years (FFYs 2015-2018) and contains two additional years (FFYs 2019 and 2020) for information only. The TIP will be updated at least every four years, and revised as needed.
The FFYs 2015-2018 TIP was approved by the OahuMPO Policy Committee on August 18, 2014 and the Governor’s designee on August 18, 2014. After approval by the OahuMPO and the Governor, the TIP is included without modification (directly or by reference) to the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). Information on the STIP is located on the State of Hawaii Department of Transportation’s website.
Original: FFYs 2015-2018 TIP
Approved August 18, 2014
Most Recent Update: Draft Revision 17
The draft FFYs 2015-2018 TIP Revision #17 is now awaiting public comment; Public comment on Draft Revision 17 is due to OahuMPO by July 13th. If you’d like to send OahuMPO comments about the Draft Revision #17, use this comment form.
TIP archives by year can be found here.
TIP Project Resources
You can review information about specific TIP projects using the interactive map. The maps show the location of each project with other information such as natural resources and conservation areas.
FFYs 2015-2018 TIP Revisions
The TIP is a four-year program that identifies public transit, highway, bicycle, and pedestrian projects that are regionally significant or will receive Federal transportation funds in the near future. The OahuMPO Policy Board selects all projects on the TIP except those on the National Highway System.
As transportation projects are further defined, evaluated, refined, and implemented, changes to projects inevitably occur. In order for the TIP to reflect the realities of project development, the TIP process recognizes those inevitable changes and allows for periodic updates, called revisions. Revisions can be minor or major and the revision process reflects the commensurate impact of the revision.
A minor revision is referred to as an “administrative modification.” There are three conditions for a revision to qualify as an administrative modification:
- It must not affect the financial constraint of the TIP
- It must not result in the addition or deletion of another project from the TIP
- The implementing agency (DTS, DOT, or HART) must concur with the action.
Pre-approved Administrative Modification
A “Pre-approved Administrative Modification” is a sort of automatic revision that can be made to the TIP, provided the following are true:
- The sum of regular formula FHWA funds programmed for Oahu is not reduced; and
- The administrative modification does not change the design concept or scope of the project, or the prescribed environmental determination under the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process.
The Policy Board is provided with copies of pre-approved administrative modifications.
Expedited Administrative Modifications
- “Expedited Administrative Modifications” are still considered minor, but require Policy Board review and approval. Requests for expedited approval of administrative modifications are submitted directly to the Policy Board without prior review by the Advisory Committees or solicitation of public comment.
Amendments are revisions to the TIP that involve a major change to a project in the TIP. TIP amendments are submitted to the Technical Advisory Committee, the Policy Board, and the Governor’s designee for action, and to the public for review and comment. Financial constraint is re-demonstrated, and the technical project evaluations are reevaluated.
Once action is taken on TIP Amendments, OahuMPO publishes a completely up-to-date TIP that has a comprehensive listing of projects.
The table below shows revisions to the TIP.
|TIP Revision||Revision Type||Approved by Policy Board||Transmitted to the Governor’s Designee for Inclusion in the STIP|
|Draft Revision 17||Amendment||Pending||Pending|
|Revision 16||Pre-Administrative Modification||N/A||N/A|
|Revision 15||Expedited Administrative Modification||March 31, 2017||N/A|
|Revision 14||Expedited Administrative Modification||January 27, 2017||N/A|
|Revision 13||Pre-Administrative Modification||N/A||N/A|
|Revision 12||Amendment||July 29, 2016||August 12, 2016|
|Revision 11||Expedited Administrative Modification||July 29, 2016||N/A|
|Revision 10||Pre-Administrative Modification||N/A||N/A|
|Revision 9||Amendment||April 13, 2016||April 13, 2016|
|Revision 8||Expedited Administrative Modification||February 24, 2016||N/A|
|Revision 7||Pre-Administrative Modification||N/A||N/A|
|Revision 6||Amendment||July 20, 2015||July 27, 2015|
|Revision 5||Expedited Administrative Modification||July 20, 2015||N/A|
|Revision 4||Pre-Administrative Modification||N/A||N/A|
|Revision 3||Amendment||February 20, 2015||March 3, 2015|
|Revision 2||Expedited Administrative Modification||February 20, 2015||N/A|
|Revision 1||Pre-Administrative Modification||N/A||N/A|
Annual List of Obligated Projects
Reports are prepared annually, following the end of each federal fiscal year (ending September 30) documenting the amount of federal funds obligated for each project in the federal fiscal year that just ended. Below are links to those reports.Annual List of Obligated Projects as of September 30, 2014
Annual List of Obligated Projects as of September 30, 2013
Annual List of Obligated Projects as of September 30, 2012
Annual List of Obligated Projects as of September 30, 2011
Annual List of Obligated Projects as of September 30, 2010
Annual List of Obligated Projects as of September 30, 2009
Annual List of Obligated Projects as of September 30, 2008
Annual List of Obligated Projects as of September 30, 2007
Annual List of Obligated Projects as of September 30, 2006
Annual List of Obligated Projects as of September 30, 2005
Annual List of Obligated Projects as of September 30, 2004
Annual List of Obligated Projects as of September 30, 2003
Annual List of Obligated Projects as of September 30, 2002