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2022 Regional Transportation Improvement Program Adopted

December 6, 2021 - MCOG's board adopted the 2022 RTIP by resolution after a public hearing, based on the recommendations of its Technical Advisory Committee and staff.

New programming goes to these projects:

  • $138,000 to North State Street Intersection/Interchange Improvement - Ukiah (Right of Way)
  • $209,000 to Planning, Programming & Monitoring (MCOG)
  • Total of $347,000 of new programming

Additional COVID Relief STIP funds allocated go to:

May contain: road, car, transportation, vehicle, automobile, highway, freeway, tarmac, and asphalt
An interchange on US-101 in Ukiah Valley.  Credit: J. Orth
  • $600,000 to Ackerman Creek Bridge Replacement - County (Construction)
  • $233,000 to Ukiah Downtown Streetscape, Phase II (Construction)
  • $162,000 to 2022 Streets Project - Fort Bragg (Construction)
  • $59,000 to Planning, Programming & Monitoring (MCOG)
  • Total of $1,054,000 of COVID Relief STIP programming

Project phases are spread over fiscal years 2022/23 through 2026/27.

The document was submitted to the State as required for funding in the State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP). View or download the RTIP:

MCOG 2022 RTIP-Final adopted(web).pdf
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