The Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission (SPC) is in the early phases of creating the draft 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), which identifies the region’s priority transportation projects for the next four years. The regional TIP is updated every two years in a cooperative process of local, state, and federal agencies, as well as the general public.
To make it easier to provide input online, SPC has created an online form to help you with your submissions. Please go to www.spcregion.org/trans%5Ftip%5Fprojform.aspto give us your ideas. You may use this simple, but comprehensive form to tell us the issues, or opportunities you see during your commute to work or school, or simply while navigating your community. If you do not have access to the internet, SPC will be glad to accept your input via fax or US mail. You may contact us at:
SPC Draft TIP, Initial Input
Two Chatham Center, Suite 500
112 Washington Place
Pittsburgh, PA 15219
Or by fax: (412) 391-9160
Take advantage of this opportunity to tell your regional planning agency and our partners what is important to you!
- Highways and Bridges
- Public Transit
- Bikeways and Pedestrian Facilities
- Freight Movement
- Traffic Signals
- Planning & Financing
- Traffic Congestion
- Air Quality
Early input received between May 1 and May 31, 2013 will be utilized in the development of the draft 2015-2018 TIP. There will be opportunities for public comment on the draft TIP prior to it being submitted for adoption next year.
SPC is committed to compliance with the non-discrimination requirements of applicable civil rights statutes, Executive Orders, regulations and policies. Meeting facilities are accessible by persons with disabilities. Accommodations may be provided for those with special needs related to language, sight or hearing with 72 hours advance notice. If you have a request for special accommodations or desire additional information, please contact Matt Pavlosky at (412) 391-5590, Ext. 361, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
This notice satisfies the program-of-projects requirements of the Urbanized Area Formula Program of the Federal Transit Administration.