[Note: on April 23, 2014 the TPO changed its name from "Volusia Transportation Planning Organization" to "River to Sea Transportation Planning Organization".]
Welcome to the River to Sea Transportation Planning Organization's (R2CTPO) Interactive Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The TIP is the official document that identifies all those projects programmed over a five year period that are funded with state and federal transportation dollars and are located within the River to Sea TPO's planning area. The TPO's planning area includes all of Volusia County and areas within Flagler County that are expected to become urbanized within the next 20 years including the cities of Flagler Beach and Beverly Beach, and portions of the cities of Bunnell and Palm Coast.
The TIP is divided into thirteen sections, three appendices, and a project index which are laid out as follows:
- Introduction and Overview (which also includes funding summary tables for the five year federal program and overall five year program)
- Roadway Capacity Projects
- Major Bridge Projects
- Traffic Operations, ITS & Safety Projects
- Maintenance Projects
- Transit & Transportation Disadvantaged Projects
- Bicycle, Pedestrian & Enhancement Projects
- Port, Rail & Freight Projects
- Locally Funded Projects - Information Only
- Transportation Planning/Studies
- Miscellaneous Projects
- Aviation Projects
- Appendices - Priority Project Criteria, Abbreviations and Acronyms, and Previous Year Obligated Projects
- Project Index
This web-based service has been designed to provide this critical information in a flexible format that allows anyone to generate either the entire TIP document or a smaller custom designed document covering only those projects that are of particular interest. Using the three search options (Maps, Custom Reports, and the TIP Search) visitors to this website can locate and learn about projects by road name, by state road designation, by state program number, by political jurisdiction, or by geographic location.
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