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Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for Superior, WI
As the designated Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), the MIC is required to maintain a financially constained Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Superior, Wisconsin metropolitan area.

FINAL 2015-2018 Superior Area TIP

DRAFT 2015-2018 Superior Area TIP

Formal public comments on the draft TIP can be made from August 29, 2014 through September 28, 2014. To request a hard copy contact Sheldon Johnson, who is taking all public comments on the document at 715-635-2197. A copy of the draft TIP is also available to view at the Superior Public Library. Comments are also welcomed at a public informational display, to be held on Thursday, September 11, 2014 from 10:30am to 11:30am at the Government Center “Atrium” (1316 N. 14th Street, Superior WI).

You can view the DRAFT 2015-2018 Superior Area TIP by clicking here.



Current (2014-2017) Superior, WI Metropolitan Area TIP
The final 2014-2017 Superior Metropolitan Area Transportation Improvement Program was approved October 16, 2013.

Click link, above, to view document, project lists, funding amounts and amendments.


Final Document (Amended 12-11-13, 1-15-14, 3-19-14), project lists, amendments and background information.


CY 2013 FHWA-FTA Obligated Projects




Click links to view:
Previous Superior TIP (2013-2016)final document, project lists, amendments and background information.

Previous Superior TIP (2012-2015)final document, project lists, amendments and background information.

Previous Superior TIP (2011-2014) final document, project lists, amendments and background information.


What is the Superior Area TIP?
The MIC annually develops, maintains and updates the Superior Area TIP in a process that begins in August and is completed in October. All projects are consistent with the goals and system needs put forward in the Duluth-Superior area's 30-year Long Range Transportation Plan.

The central feature of each TIP is the Project List, which identifies all federally funded transportation projects within the Superior section of the MIC Planning Area for the current four-year period. The Project List also identifies the federal funds that have been allocated, as well as the source and amount of local match dollars budgeted for each project, and for what years.

Projects may be amended into the current TIP throughout the year. Amendments typically add new projects or modify existing ones as new funds become available.

Due to significant variations in the TIP development processes between the two state DOTs, the MIC compiles the Superior Area TIP separate from the Duluth Area TIP. Together, they represent an integrated, prioritized program of funded improvements to the transportation system throughout the Twin Ports area.

For More Information
Contact MIC Deputy Director Sheldon Johnson by phone at (715) 625-2197, ext. 228 or send a message by email..