Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

What is a TIP?

The OahuMPO’s Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a four-year programming document that lists all near-term transportation projects on the Island of Oahu that are to receive federal funds or are regionally significant.

The State of Hawaii Department of Transportation (HDOT), the City and County of Honolulu Department of Transportation Services (DTS), and the Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) all include projects within the TIP. The TIP identifies the highway, public transit, arterial and local street, pedestrian, and alternative transportation projects that will receive federal transportation funds in the programmed federal fiscal years (FFYs).

The OahuMPO creates a new four-year TIP every three years to allow for a 1-year overlap between the previous and the new TIP documents (previously it was done every 4 years, with no overlap). The TIP document is also regularly revised – at least semi-annually (see below for the list of revisions). As each revision is accepted through the TIP approval process and the TIP document is updated to include the changes.

The current Federal Fiscal Years 2019-2022 Transportation Improvement Program (FFY 2019-2022 TIP) was approved by the OahuMPO Policy Board on July 27, 2018, and the Governor’s designee on August 7, 2018. It has been revised 21 times since then through July 2021.

 What are the Requirements?

  • The TIP is required to be financially constrained by year. It must include a financial plan which demonstrates those projects that can be implemented using current revenue sources, and which projects are to be implemented using proposed revenue sources.
  • All projects must be consistent with the Oahu Regional Transportation Plan (ORTP).
  • Projects in the TIP must be ‘ready-to-go’.

Also, see our current Transportation Improvement Program Policies and Procedures.


Revisions to the FFY 2019-2022 TIP

The table below lists all revisions to the current TIP.  The Revision number on the left is a document link.

RevisionRevision TypeApproved by BoardApproved by the Governor’s Designee
20AmendmentJune 29, 2021July 7, 2021
19ExpeditedJune 29, 2021July 7, 2021
17AmendmentFebruary 23, 2021March 8, 2021
16ExpeditedFebruary 23, 2021N/A
13AmendmentJuly 28, 2020August 7, 2020
12ExpeditedJuly 28, 2020August 7, 2020
10AmendmentFebruary 25, 2020February 27, 2020
9ExpeditedFebruary 25, 2020February 27, 2020
6AmendmentJuly 30, 2019August 2, 2019
5ExpeditedJuly 30, 2019N/A
3AmendmentFeb 26, 2019March 19, 2019
2ExpeditedFeb 26, 2019N/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 Obligation Report FFY 2019.
Annual Obligation Report FFY 2020.

FFY 2019-2022 TIP As of Revision #20


Intergovernmental and Public Review of the FFY 2022-2025 TIP (Draft Version)

The Federal Fiscal Year 2022-2025 TIP will replace the current TIP, FFY 2019-2022 TIP. OahuMPO’s TIP is a four-year programming document that identifies highway, transit, arterial and local street, pedestrian, bicycle, and alternative transportation projects that will receive federal transportation funds in the short-term. Because this is a new TIP, we are soliciting public and intergovernmental comments.

Your review and comments on this draft will be greatly appreciated.

To provide comments on the new FFY 2022-2025 TIP, please fill out the following survey by June 22, 2021:

Comments may also be submitted via mail or email to:

OahuMPO 707
Richards Street, Suite 200
Honolulu, Hawaii  96813

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Transportation Improvement Program FFY 2022- 2025:
Open House!

We encourage you to attend one of the virtual open houses to learn more about the proposed projects and programs! OahuMPO staff will be co-hosting the events with representatives from Hawaii Department of Transportation, City and County of Honolulu Department of Transportation Services, and Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation.

We have scheduled three different time slots to provide the most flexibility for participants. The City and County of Honolulu Department of Transportation Services has confirmed a representative will be in attendance to all the meetings, and representatives from the Hawaii Department of Transportation and Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation will be available at both the weekday sessions.

  • To view a complete list of the FFYs 2022-2025 TIP proposed projects and programs, please click here.
  • To view a map of the proposed projects and programs, click here.

    Provide comments and questions about the FFYs 2022-2025 TIP project and program list via survey:

    The deadline for comments is June 22, 2021.

We look forward to providing an informational presentation to the community! 

Meeting information for the three dates is below!