Public Comment Opportunity for FYs 2015 – 2018 TIP

Public Comment – Transportation Improvement Program FYs 2015-2018

The CAMPO Transportation Policy Board is seeking public comment regarding the selection of projects to receive State Proposition 1 funding (tablemap).


We encourage you to provide input using our online survey. Your responses will be provided to the Transportation Policy Board as they consider the proposed projects to be selected for funding and amended into the CAMPO FYs 2015-2018 Transportation Improvement Program.


Per a Tier 2 Amendment Process according to the CAMPO Public Participation Plan, the public will have the opportunity to provide comments at a Public Hearing, and Community Meetings throughout the CAMPO region.


October 12th
Public Hearing
6:00 PM University of Texas, Thompson Center
2405 Robert Dedman Drive, Austin
October 19th
Community Meeting
5:00 to 7:00 PM Kyle City Hall
100 West Center Street, Kyle
October 21st
Community Meeting
5:00 to 7:00 PM Allen R. Baca Center
301 West Bagdad Avenue, Round Rock
October 22nd
Community Meeting
5:00 to 7:00 PM Little Walnut Creek Library
835 Rundberg Lane, Austin


For more information, contact CAMPO at (512) 974-2275. You may also submit comments via email (, mail (CAMPO, PO Box 1088, Austin, TX 78767), FAX (512) 974-6385.


The public comment period will close at 5:00 PM, November 6, 2015.


About Proposition 1
On Nov. 4, 2014, Texas voters overwhelmingly approved the ballot measure known as Proposition 1, authorizing a constitutional amendment for transportation funding. Under the amendment, a portion of oil and gas tax revenues that typically go into the Economic Stabilization Fund will be deposited to the State Highway Fund. For fiscal years 2016-2017, the General Appropriations Act (84th Legislature, Regular Session) authorized Proposition 1 funds to be allocated by the following percentages using existing formulas adopted by the Texas Transportation Commission, including 45 percent that is distributed to metropolitan planning organizations to address mobility and added capacity in urban areas.

About The Transportation Improvement Program

According to federal law and regulations, CAMPO, in cooperation with the state and transit operators, develops a Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the six-county region. The four-year TIP lists projects that are funded with federal dollars and are consistent with the long range plan developed for the area. The TIP may also include non-federally funded projects that are regionally significant.

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