2019-2022 TIP

2019—2022 Transportation Improvement Program

BRTB approves funding for $3.2 Billion in Transportation Projects

The Baltimore Regional Transportation Board (BRTB), as the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Baltimore region, approved the 2019-2022 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), and the associated Air Quality Conformity Determination on Tuesday, July 24, 2018.

A comment period* was held Monday, May 24, through Friday, June 25.

Public Comments Received and BRTB Response

Details about these plans are below. Physical copies of the documents also are available at the Baltimore Metropolitan Council’s Regional Information Center.

2019 – 2022 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)

The 2019—2022 TIP is the list of regional transportation projects requesting federal funding in the near term. It includes more than $3.2 billion in proposed federal, state and local money for highway, transit, bicycle and pedestrian projects during the next four years. The funding goes toward maintaining, operating and expanding the transportation system. The TIP is fiscally constrained.

Please view the 2019-2022 TIP through BRTB’s interactive project map.

The 2019-2022 TIP also is available in PDF format for download:

2019-2022 TIP | Introduction & Background | Financial Plan

Projects by jurisdiction: Low-income and Minority Concentration | Appendices

Projects in the TIP are also available to review in pdf by project sponsor, either a local jurisdiction or state agency.

Anne Arundel County | Baltimore City | Baltimore County | Carroll County

Harford County | Howard County | MDTA | MTA | Office of the Secretary and SHA

Analysis of Air Quality Conformity

The Baltimore region has been designated as not meeting the National Ambient Air Quality Standards and so must review its current transportation plan and program to ensure conformity with the State Air Quality Implementation Plan (SIP). The Air Quality Conformity Determination report details a comprehensive analysis of effects of the 2019-2022 TIP for the Baltimore region and the long-range projects in Maximize2040: A Performance-Based Transportation Plan (as amended). The report addresses ground-level ozone, a criteria pollutant.

The conformity results show that implementation of these projects will not worsen the region’s air quality or delay the timely attainment of national air quality standards. The Conformity Determination is available in PDF format for download:

Full Conformity Determination | Appendices

For more information:

Contact Regina Aris, assistant transportation director, by email raris@baltometro.org, or by phone at 410-732-0500 ext. 1046.


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