SKATS FY 2024-2029 Transportation Improvement Program
Public Review and Comment
The draft document (PDF) of the SKATS FY 2024-2029 Transportation Improvement Program is now available for review.
An interactive map is available to view the projects and provide comments of the draft projects.
A PDF format of a brochure of proposed projects and programs is available in English and Spanish.
Final adoption of the TIP is expected on May 23, 2023 after a Public Hearing. For further information on the Transportation Improvement Program and the project selection process, or if you have any questions on the eligibility of a project or applicant, please contact Steve Dobrinich at email@example.com at 503-540-1615.
In addition, The State of Oregon’s draft 2024-2027 Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is open for public review. It is ODOT’s capital improvement plan. Visit the online open house, see the draft projects and leave comments until April 28, 2023.
- October 1, 2021 Kickoff of MTIP Update
- October-November 2021 Review Evaluation Criteria (TAC and PC)
- December 1, 2021 Pre-Applications due
- February 25, 2022 Full Applications due
- March 2022 – April 2022 Public Input (Ongoing)
- June – August 2022 Discuss/Modify TAC recommendation, select preferred project list and direct staff to prepare Draft TIP and AQCD (Policy Committee)
- February/March 2023 Release Draft TIP and AQCD for Public Review (Policy Committee)
- March-April 2023 30-day Public Review period
- May 23, 2023 Public Hearing and Decision (Policy Committee)
Salem-Keizer Area Transportation Study (SKATS), the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for the Salem-Keizer-Turner area, received 17 applications for the (FY) 2024-2029 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) requesting a total of $50.2 million in federal funds. Several of the requests were for additional funding for projects that are currently in the TIP. In addition, there are several programs that receive continued funding through the MPO. The Technical Advisory Committee evaluated the proposed projects for how well they meet they goals of the adopted Regional Transportation Systems Plan ( 2019-2043 Regional Transportation Systems Plan (RTSP ) and developed a prioritized list of projects. Project requests that completed current projects were generally at the top of the prioritized list. Due to escalating project costs, most of the available funding would be used to cover existing programs and cost overruns on current projects. Therefore, the Policy Committee directed staff to proceed with preparing the Draft SKATS FY 2024-2029 TIP without including any new SKATS funded projects.