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Short-Range Plan

Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

About the TIP

As part of the MPO's urban transportation planning process, the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) addresses federal regulations administered by the United States Department of Transportation. The TIP is a four-year financially constrained list of transportation projects that approved for federal and state funding by the MPO Transportation Policy Board. The TIP is updated every two years and amended quarterly.

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FY 2023-2026 TIP

Adopted by the Transportation Policy Board on June 27, 2022

The new FY 2023-2026 TIP will take effect as soon as October 2022, pending Federal approval (anticipated Spring 2023). It includes roadway, transit, bicycle, pedestrian and rideshare projects that will be let to contract over the next four years.

View FY 2023-2026 TIPMap of Projects

Annual Listing of Obligated Projects

The Annual Listing of Obligated Projects (ALOP) includes all projects and programs, in the AAMPO region, that received federal obligation of funds for a particular fiscal year. After a project or program is listed in AAMPO’s Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), and once it is ready to go to construction or be initiated, it is considered obligated. Obligated projects and programs are approved by the federal government for reimbursement.

The obligated project may not necessarily be initiated or completed during the fiscal year listed and the cost may not equal the final project cost.

The lists below represent the annual listing of obligated projects through FY 2020. AAMPO is working with Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) as they reevaluate the ALOP process and system for tracking construction start and program initiation. For information on a particular project, not included in these lists, please contact Clifton Hall at 210.230.6029 or by email at

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