Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP)

Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP)

As the designated metropolitan planning organization for the region, Fresno COG prepares and maintains the Federal Transportation Improvement Program (FTIP). The program includes a listing of all transportation-related projects requiring federal funding or other approval by the federal transportation agencies. The FTIP also lists non-federal, regionally significant projects for information and air quality modeling purposes. Projects included in the FTIP are consistent with Fresno COG’s Regional Transportation Plan and are part of the area’s overall strategy for providing mobility, congestion relief and reduction of transportation-related air pollution in support of efforts to attain federal air quality standards for the region.

2025 FTIP

Draft 2025 FTIP Update

Fresno Council of Governments released the following documents for 30-day public review and comment from May 31 to June 30, 2024. A public hearing will be held on June 12, 2024, at 5:30 p.m. in person at the Fresno COG Sequoia Room 2035 Tulare Street, Suite 201, Fresno, CA 93721 and/or via Zoom Webinar to receive public comments:

  • The Draft 2025 FTIP is a near-term listing of capital improvement and operational expenditures utilizing federal and state monies for transportation projects in Fresno County during the next four years.
  • The Draft 2022 RTP (Amendment #4- Appendix F) is a long-term strategy to meet Fresno County transportation needs out to the year 2046. Amendment No. 4 is necessary to reflect funding, open to traffic date, and scope changes to regionally significant, capacity increasing projects.
  • The Draft Corresponding Conformity Analysis contains the documentation to support a finding that the 2025 FTIP and 2022 RTP Amendment No. 4 meet the air quality conformity requirements for ozone and particulate matter.

After considering the comments, the documents will be considered for adoption, by resolution, by the Fresno Council of Governments at a regularly scheduled meeting to be held at 5:30 pm on July 25, 2024.  The documents will then be submitted to state and federal agencies for approval.

Contact Ofelia Abundez at oabundez@fresnocog.org or call 559-233-4148 with any questions.

2023 FTIP

The following documents were adopted by the Fresno COG Policy Board on July 28, 2022, and the 2023 FTIP and the corresponding Air Quality Conformity Analysis received final State and FHWA approval on December 16, 2022. Amendments to the FTIP are common and will be posted here as well.

For information on the 2022 RTP/SCS, click here

Final 2023 FTIP Update

Final Conformity Analysis for the 2023 FTIP and 2022 RTP/SCS

Grouped Project Back Up Listing

Final FCOG Project Delivery Policy and Procedures

 FTIP Amendments

Amendment No. 1 – Formal Type 2 & 3
Amendment No. 2 – Formal Type 5
Amendment No. 3 – Formal Type 3
Amendment No. 4 – Admin Type 1
Amendment No. 5 – Formal Type 2
Amendment No. 6 – Admin Type 1
Amendment No. 7 – Admin Type 1
Amendment No. 8 – Admin Type 1
Amendment No. 9 – Formal Type 3
Amendment No. 10 – Admin Type 1
Amendment No. 11 – Admin Type 1
Amendment No. 12 – Formal Type 3
Amendment No. 13 – Admin Type 1
Amendment No. 14 – Admin Type 1
Amendment No. 15 – Formal Type 3
Amendment No. 16 – Admin Type 1
Amendment No. 17- Formal Type 5 – At their June 27, 2024, regular meeting, The FCOG Policy Board will consider approval of this Formal Amendment.
Amendment No. 18- Formal Type 2 & 3
Amendment No. 19 – Admin Type 1
Amendment No. 20 – Admin Type 1
Amendment No. 21- Formal Type 3 – Released for 7-day public review/comment on 06/05/2024. Public comment period closes Wednesday, 06/12/2024, 4:30 p.m.

Tribal Transportation Program (TTP) projects for the State of California for FFY 2022

Tribal Transportation Program, Transportation Improvement Program 2022 Report – This report includes all construction projects on current approved Tribal TIPs in the State

Fresno County’s tribal project listing (pulled from the report)

Table Mountain Rancheria – Construction year 2023 – Design and construction for 56,000 square feet of parking lot expansion with appurtenances
Big Sandy Rancheria of Western Mono Indians – 2022-2026 – Equipment Acquisition, Road Maintenance, TTP Management & Planning, Transit
Cold Springs Rancheria of Mono Indians – 2022-2026 – Equipment Acquisition, Road Maintenance, TTP Management & Planning, Transit
Big Sandy Rancheria – 2022 – Road Maintenance
Cold Springs Rancheria of Mono Indians – 2022 – TTP Management & Planning

Federal Highway Administration, Office of Tribal Transportation Website

2021 FTIP

Final 2021 FTIP Update

Grouped Project Back Up Listing

Amendment No. 1 – Administrative
Amendment No. 2 – Formal
Amendment No. 3 – Formal Type 5
Amendment No. 4 – Administrative
Amendment No. 5 – Administrative
Amendment No. 6 – Formal
Amendment No. 7 – Administrative
Amendment No. 8 – Formal
Amendment No. 9 – Administrative
Amendment No. 10 – Formal
Amendment No. 11 – Administrative
Amendment No. 12 – Administrative

To view previous FTIPs, click here

Annual Obligation Listings:

2022 Annual Obligation Listing – Released November 2022
2021 Annual Obligation Listing – Released December 2021
2020 Annual Obligation Listing – Released December 2020
2019 Annual Obligation Listing – Released December 2019
2018 Annual Obligation Listing – Released December 2018
2017 Annual Obligation Listing – Released December 2017
2016 Annual Obligation Listing – Released December 2016
2015 Annual Obligation Listing – Released December 2015
2014 Annual Obligation Listing – Released December 2014
2013 Annual Obligation Listing – Released December 2013
2012 Annual Obligation Listing – Released December 2012
2011 Annual Obligation Listing – Released December 2011

Regional Transportation Improvement Program

2024 RTIP

2024 RTIP Fact Sheet

2022 RTIP Submittal

Project Study Reports for RTIP Projects:

SR41-PSR.pdf (netdna-ssl.com)

South-Fresno-Interchanges-PSR-PDS.pdf (netdna-ssl.com).

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