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2011 FTIP

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The 2011 FTIP for the SCAG region has been developed in partnership between the six County Transportation Commissions (CTCs) of Imperial, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura and Caltrans Districts 7, 8, 11, and 12. This listing identifies specific funding sources and fund amounts for each project. It is prioritized to implement the region’s overall strategy for providing mobility and improving both the efficiency and safety of the transportation system, while supporting efforts to attain federal and state air quality standards for the region by reducing transportation related air pollution. Projects in the FTIP include highway improvements, transit, rail and bus facilities, high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes, signal synchronization, intersection improvements, freeway ramps, and non-motorized projects.

The FTIP must include all federally funded transportation projects in the region, as well as all regionally significant transportation projects for which approval from federal funding agencies is required, regardless of funding source. The FTIP is developed to incrementally implement the programs and projects in the RTP. The FTIP projects are consistent with the 2008 Regional Transportation Plan (RTP) as amended by SCAG.

2011 Adopted FTIP

The Federal Adopted TIP is the Federally Approved document adopted on December 14, 2010. The document is made up of three volumes; Executive Summary, Technical Appendix, and Project Listings.

2011 Status of Amendments & Approvals

This link contains information on the status of the 2011 Federal Transportation Improvement Program amendments and administrative modifications in the SCAG Region. It provides SCAG, State and Federal approval dates and access to approval letters.

2011 Approved FTIP

This link contains all the Federally Approved project listings for the current FTIP. The current version is listed first, therefore, supersedes all previous versions. The project listings are broken down by county and system (local, state, transit).