Use the SEMCOG RTP/TIP Projects Search Tool

The 2014-2017 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for Southeast Michigan describes how over $3.8 billion in revenues will be invested to support our transportation system. It responds to the many new realities in the region, the country, and the world. Described are actions needed to improve the quality and reliability of the transportation system, increase our economic prosperity, reach a higher level of fiscal sustainability, broaden our access to vital destinations, make our communities more desirable, and protect our environment. Implementation of this program helps improve Southeast Michigan’s quality of life.

The TIP is a list of roadway and transit projects selected as priorities for funding by cities, villages, county road commissions, transit agencies, and the Michigan Department of Transportation. The current TIP covers the period from FY 2014 through FY 2017. Three amendments are scheduled per year to add or remove projects. The TIP is also regularly updated with relatively minor changes to approved projects referred to as administrative modifications. The database allows users to find approved projects or learn about projects currently under review. Querying the database is the most current source of project information. Search results show available project details, including a map of projects in the area, that can be viewed, printed, or downloaded.

2014-2017 TIP Report (pdf)
2014-2017 TIP Project List (pdf, 563KB)
SEMCOG General Assembly Signed TIP Resolution (pdf, 138KB)

Federally Obligated Projects

Highway Projects Obligated in Southeast Michigan, FY 2014 (pdf, 296KB) 
Transit Projects Obligated in Southeast Michigan, FY 2014 (pdf, 67KB)

TIP Amendments

Summer 2015 Proposed Project Amendments

SEMCOG 2014-2017 TIP and 2040 RTP Amendment Schedule for 2015 (pdf, 28KB)

Past Amendments

May 2015 (pdf, 4.9MB)
December 2014 (pdf, 3.1MB)
July 2014 (pdf, 2.4MB)
May 2014 (pdf, 3.4MB)
December 2013 (pdf, 1.9MB)

Online Resource Library: Federal-aid Essentials for Local Public Agencies

Developing Regional Solutions
SEMCOG is a regional planning partnership of governmental units serving 4.7 million people in the seven-county region of Southeast Michigan striving to enhance the region's quality of life.