Funded Projects & Programs

The FY 2018-2027 TIP, approved in September 2017, includes State and local highway projects, as well as regional, statewide, and transit programs proposed over the next 10 years. Over $1.0 Billion of FY 2018-2027 Federal and State funding is specifically identified for transportation improvements within SJTPO’s four-county region. The FY 2018-2027 Statewide TIP is available here.

The Draft FY 2020-2029 TIP is available for public review and comment. See below for details.


The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a list of projects and programs scheduled to be implemented over a period of at least four years. (ten years in New Jersey) Transportation projects must be included in the TIP to receive most types of federal funding. The TIP provides a mechanism for locally-elected officials and agency staff to review the region’s capital programming. It represents a consensus among MPO members and other major transportation interests in the region as to what improvements should have priority for available funds.

Draft FY 2020-2029 TIP

The SJTPO invites you to review and comment on the Draft FY 2020-2029 TIP. Comments may be submitted via an online comment form (see Public Comment webpage), email (, mail (782 South Brewster Road, Unit B6, Vineland, NJ 08361), fax (856-794-2549), Facebook (, or Twitter ( Comments will be received until 5:00 PM on Wednesday, August 21, 2019.

A public meeting will be held on Thursday, August 15, 2019 in the Caucus Room at Vineland City Hall. SJTPO staff will explain the TIP and how it was developed. All interested parties are invited to attend and will be given an opportunity to comment. The meeting will be conducted jointly with the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) and NJ TRANSIT and will also serve as an opportunity to comment on the NJDOT Draft Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). The NJDOT STIP public comment period will remain open until all three New Jersey MPO’s have closed their FY 2020 TIP public comment periods.

Planning to Implementation

The TIP links the transportation planning  process to implementation. Central to this process is Transportation Matters, the regional transportation plan for the SJTPO region, which provides a framework for guiding investment decisions over a 20-year period. It includes both long and short-range strategies and actions leading to the development of an integrated transportation system that facilitates the efficient movement of people and goods.

Project Selection Process

SJTPO has a Project Selection Process that is used to score and evaluate projects based on seven major goals:

  • Support the regional economy
  • Improve safety
  • Reduce congestion and promote mobility
  • Protect and improve the environment
  • Preserve and maintain the existing transportation system
  • Favor projects for more important facilities, services, and programs
  • Favor cost-effective projects

Statewide Transportation Improvement Plan

The STIP serves as a comprehensive, one-volume guide to major transportation improvements planned in the State of New Jersey. It is also a reference document required under federal regulations for use by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) in approving the expenditure of federal funds for transportation projects in New Jersey.

The FY 2018-2027 electronic Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (e-STIP) is an application that provides current information contained in the STIP as the program is modified and amended.

Amendments & Modifications

Once a ten-year TIP is adopted by the SJTPO Policy Board, approved by the Governor, and the State TIP is approval by the federal government, there are certain procedures established for making any changes to the TIP. These procedures are outlined in a joint Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the DVRPC, NJTPA, SJTPO, NJ Transit and NJDOT.

TIP Documents

Reports on federally obligated funding amounts for individual projects help provide information about project delivery status during a given fiscal year. “Obligation” or federal authorization is a legal commitment: the Federal government’s promise to pay for the Federal share of a project’s eligible cost. Keep in mind that:

  1. projects for which funds have been obligated are not necessarily completed in the TIP program year;
  2. the amount of obligation in a fiscal year will not necessarily equal the total cost of the project; and
  3. the amount of obligated funds may vary from the amount estimated in the TIP.


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FY 2013