The Metropolitan Transportation Improvement Program, or MTIP, documents how all federal transportation money is spent in the Portland metropolitan region. It also documents state- and locally-funded projects that may significantly affect the region’s air quality.
As the federally-recognized metropolitan planning organization, Metro updates the MTIP every three years, collecting information from the Oregon Department of Transportation and the region's cities, counties and transit agencies. This update will list funded transportation projects scheduled in the region between 2018 and 2021.
The MTIP is incorporated without change into the State Transportation Improvement Program, or STIP, Oregon's statewide four-year transportation capital improvement program. Like the MTIP, Oregon's STIP covers a four-year construction period, and is updated every two to three years.
With the completion of the MTIP public comment process, below are the adoption draft of the 2018-21 MTIP with the Summary Report of Comments and Responses, and the Air Quality Conformity Determination adoption draft report. For additional information regarding adoption actions of the Transportation Policy Alternatives Committee, the Joint Policy Advisory Committee on Transportation, and Metro Council, please refer to the time line below and the TPAC, JPACT, and Metro Council information pages.
- Winter 2017: Collect information from the Oregon Department of Transportation, TriMet, SMART, counties and cities
- April 2017: Release draft 2018-21 MTIP and draft air quality conformity determination and equity assessment
- April 24 through May 23, 2017: Opportunity for public comment
- May 18, 2017: Metro Council public hearing
- June 2017: Based on public feedback, update and finalize the 2018-21 MTIP and the air quality conformity and equity assessment
- Aug. 3, 2017: Metro Council public hearing and action
- August – September 2017: Submission to Gov. Kate Brown and U.S. Department of Transportation