Notice of Public Review and Comment Period FFY 2024-2028 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Amendment 1

Filed Under: Transportation

For Immediate Release (January 22, 2024) – During a meeting held on January 22, 2024, the Cape Cod Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) released the Federal Fiscal Year (FFY) 2024-2028 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Amendment 1 for a 21-day public review and comment period. A copy of the document may be downloaded at

A virtual public meeting of the Cape Cod MPO is scheduled for Monday, February 26, 2024 at 1:00 PM to hear public comments and vote for potential endorsement. More information on this meeting can be found at or by calling 508-362-3828.

The TIP serves as a prioritized listing of roadway, bridge, and transit projects proposed for implementation during the next five (5) federal fiscal years. The FFY 2024-2028 TIP Amendment 1 would revise the listing of Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority projects to reflect changes to planned projects for FFY2024, add a Steamship Authority Woods Hole Terminal Solar Power Project, and add a Community Transit planning grant that was awarded to Outer Cape Community Solutions.

Comments will be accepted through February 12, 2024 via mail, hand delivery, facsimile (fax), or e-mail.

Mail or hand-deliver comments to:

Cape Cod Commission Transportation Program Colleen Medeiros, Transportation Program Manager 3225 Main Street (Route 6A)
PO Box 226
Barnstable MA 02630-0226

Send by fax to 508-362-3136 to the attention of Colleen Medeiros, Transportation Program Manager. Email comments to Please use “TIP” in the subject line.

For more information, visit or contact Colleen Medeiros, Transportation Program Manager at


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