Long Range Transportation Plan
The 2009-2035 Long Range Transportation Plan was originally adopted by the YAMPO on June, 25, 2009 and then re-adopted on April 25, 2013. The York County Board of Commissioners adopted the plan on July 8, 2009, following a 32-month planning process. The purpose of this Plan is to develop a coordinated effort to implement transportation improvements that attempt to achieve York County’s future goals that are supported by public consensus of York County’s physical, social, economic, and institutional environments. It is also a requirement of the U.S. Department of Transportation which is charged with certifying MPO plans and programs.
This Plan is the umbrella document that serves as the basis for the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), a capital program of highway, bridge, and public transit projects. In addition to providing a basis for construction projects, this Plan is used to identify special projects to utilize planning funds.
Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
The TIP identifies the priority highway and transit improvements programmed for advancement within a four-year period. Individual capital improvement projects must be included on the TIP in order to receive federal funding. Small-scale or undefined projects, in some cases, have not been identified individually, but have been grouped into representative line items based on the type of project.
Although the TIP covers a period of four years, the program goes through an update every two years and is modified continuously as projects are designed and constructed. These changes are made through a YAMPO approval process.
This map shows the location of each transportation project currently under construction, or planned to be constructed this year. Click on a project to see more information like a description, timeline, and estimated cost.
Transportation Improvement Program
These projects are in various stages of design, development, or construction, and may not be completed until after 2019. Projects on the Twelve Year Program (TYP) are also on this map, in a different color. Click on a project to see more information like a description, timeline, and estimated cost.
2017-2020 Transportation Improvement Program Documents
(Active from October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2018)
Highway and Bridge Project Listing
Highway and Bridge projects are also available in an interactive map on PennDOT's website.
Transit Project Listing
Transit Financial Capacity
Air Quality Conformity Report
Environmental Justice Analysis
Public Involvement Plan
TIP Modification Procedures
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