Welcome to the HRTPO TIP!

The Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization (HRTPO) Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) is a four-year program for the implementation of surface transportation projects in the Hampton Roads Metropolitan Planning Area. The TIP includes all federally-funded and/or regionally significant transportation projects.

 

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TIP Project Search Tool

Find project information using search criteria.

Enter any of the known criteria below and click the Search button,
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Universal Project Code - The number assigned to a project when it is entered into the VDOT database. The UPC number remains with the project until completion and provides a good way to identify or check on the status of a project.
Indicates which system, program or mode of transportation the project falls within: Interstate, Primary, Urban, Secondary, Miscellaneous or Public Transportation. Descriptions of the systems are as follows:
  • The Interstate system contains projects identified as being part of the limited-access system of highways that carry route designations such as I-64, I-264, I-464, I-564 and I-664.
  • The Primary system contains projects located along major roadways that carry a route designation of less than 600.
  • The Urban system contains projects located within cities and towns.
  • The Secondary system contains projects located along minor roadways that carry a route designation of 600 or greater.
  • Miscellaneous projects are generally regional in nature and do not clearly fall into one of the above systems.
  • The Public Transportation system contains public transportation projects.
  • The Rail System contains passenger and freight rail projects.
Indicates the locality (or region) in which a project is located, or the agency under which a project is managed.
Scope of Work - Broad category describing the work proposed in the project.

TIP Interactive Project Map

Find project information by locating the project on the map.

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