Indianapolis Regional Transportation Improvement Program (IRTIP)
Annual Call for Project Applications
The annual call for projects is typically held in October. The latest call closed on November 23, 2016. Check back for updates!
The Metropolitan Indianapolis Transportation Improvement Program (MiTIP) allows the public to view programmed transportation projects contained in the IRTIP on-line. MiTIP represents the most current version of the IRTIP at any given time.
Check out the MPO's interactive MiTIP portal for information on, and maps of, federally funded transportation projects.Visit MiTIP
Learn more about MiTIP (2016 AMPO Conference presentation)
About the IRTIP
The IRTIP identifies and includes transportation projects proposed by government and transportation agencies in the Indianapolis Metropolitan Planning Area (MPA) over a four year period. The IRTIP allocates the region’s limited transportation resources among the various capital and operating needs of the Indianapolis MPA based on regional priorities and cooperative input. The IRTIP serves as a schedule of coordinated project implementation among regional agencies; a guide for implementation of other short and long-range plans; and a source of public information about federally funded transportation projects in the MPA.
The IRTIP is updated at least every two years, is fiscally constrained (not just a “wish list”), conforms with the State Implementation Plan (SIP) for air quality, is approved by the MPO and the Governor, and is incorporated, without change, in INDOT’s Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP).
Policies, schedules, calculators, forms, and FAQ.
Recent amendments to the 2016-2019 IRTIP.
None at this time.
In accordance with Federal requirements, the MPO publishes its “Annual Listing of Federally Obligated Transportation Projects” based on information provided by INDOT. The purpose of the report is to provide to the public, as well as State and local officials, information regarding federal spending on transportation projects within the Indianapolis region, along with a progress report and disclosure of project delivery occurring over a shorter planning period of only one year.