The Bonneville Metropolitan Planning Organization (BMPO) is an agency designated by the Governor of Idaho to conduct a continuing, comprehensive, and cooperative transportation planning process in the urbanized area under the direction of elected officials from the Cities of Ammon, Idaho Falls, Iona, Ucon, and the urbanized portions of Bonneville County, and Targhee Regional Public Transportation Authority (TRPTA), in conjunction with the Idaho Transportation Department (ITD). Under the requirements of the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and Federal Transit Administration (FTA), BMPO has the responsibility to develop an annual Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the urbanized area.
The BMPO’s TIP is a short range five-year program of highway and transit projects for the Bonneville Metropolitan Area. It is a compilation of projects from various Federal, State and local funding programs. The TIP is fiscally constrained which means the funding source for a project must be identified and anticipated to be available for completion of the project.
CE/CN = Construction Engineering/Construction
PE/PC = Preliminary Engineering/Professional Consulting
RW = Right-of-Way
PD = Preliminary Development
Costs are in thousands. Example: 2160 = $2,160,000
The proposed FY 2017 TIP was made available to the public for review during normal business hours (M-F, 8 a.m.-5 p.m.) from June 27, 2016 through July 25, 2016 at the BMPO office located at 1810 W. Broadway, Suite 15 in Idaho Falls and on the BMPO website: www.bmpo.org. Comments were taken during the same time period. BMPO received no requests for a public hearing.
The BMPO Policy Board reviewed and approved the final Transportation Improvement Program at their meeting held September 21, 2016.
This publication specifically satisfies the Federal Transit Administration’s Program of Projects requirements.
The FY 2017 TIP will be the final program unless amended.
The annual listing identifies all obligations for specific tasks such as construction, right-of-way acquisition and preliminary engineering for roadway improvement projects that occurred during the first year of the previous TIP. Funds are also obligated for planning and public transportation projects and activities.
Obligation means the phase of a roadway improvement project or other activity is ready and eligible to receive federal funds for the specific programmed task. It does not indicate the task has been completed.2016 Annual Listing of Obligated Federal Transportation Funds