Regional Transportation Improvement Program

The Skagit Council of Governments has a responsibility, due to federal and state requirements, to develop a Regional Transportation Improvement Program (RTIP). The RTIP is a six-year, fiscally constrained listing of projects that identifies and prioritizes federally funded transportation projects, and regionally significant transportation projects, in the Skagit region. All RTIP projects must be consistent with the Skagit 2040 Regional Transportation Plan.




The 2021-2026 Regional Transportation Improvement Program was approved by the SCOG Transportation Policy Board on October 21, 2020. The RTIP, as part of the Washington Statewide Transportation Improvement Program, was approved by the Federal Highway Administration and Federal Transit Administration on January 8, 2021, and went into effect on this date. The following list includes links to different sections of the 2021-2026 Regional Transportation Improvement Program.



Under 23 CFR 450.332, SCOG is required to post a listing of all federally funded obligations for projects within the boundaries for the SCOG Metropolitan Planning Organization from the previous calendar year. The report documenting that list can be found below.

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