What's New with the Johnson City MTPO?

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I-26 Exit 17 Diverging Diamond Interchange Demonstration

The Tennessee Department of Transportation is modifying the Exit 17 at State Route 354 (Boones Creek Road) and has provided a video demonstrating how the interchange will function after construction is complete.

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I-26 Corridor Study

The Tennessee Department of Transportation is working on a study to identify the transportation needs and areas of concern for the Interstate 26 Corridor.

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TDOT Statewide Project Overview Tracker Website

TDOT has launched an interactive website to show the 962 projects throughout the state that are funded by the Governor's IMPROVE Act.

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Annual Listing of Obligated Projects for FY 2020

The annual listing is available that shows the projects that had federal funds obligated in the last fiscal year of 2020.

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Performance Measures

In partnership with TDOT and transit agencies, the Johnson City MTPO is implementing performance measures to meet federal regulations.

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Comprehensive Operational Analysis of Johnson City Transit

The Johnson City MTPO recently completed this study on Johnson City Transit that analyzes potential improvements to their operations.

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GIS Students complete Regional Crash Analysis

We are impressed with a "Cascade Story Map" that three ETSU grad students prepared for the Johnson City MTPO that analyzed crash data in the region. We want to thank Raja Das, Michael Shoop and Jake Tittle for working with us!

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Fiscal Years 2020-2023 Transportation Improvement Program Adopted by Executive Board

The Fiscal Years 2020-2023 Transportation Improvement Program was been officially adopted by the Executive Board on December 20, 2019.