FY 2014-2017 TIP is available

The FY 2014-2017 Transportation Improvement Program is available.  Click to view the program.  The TIP is a programming document used to implement the goals, objectives, and projects found in the Long Range Transportation Plan.  Click here to learn more about the TIP and view past programs.

Below we've embedded a map of the projects programmed in the TIP.  Click any of the lines or points for more information on each project.  Please contact WATS with any questions.

WATS Seeks Special Interest Representatives on Tech Committee

WATS is seeking interested candidates for five special interest seats on the agency's Technical Committee. Special interest seats include, freight, senior, non-motorized, environmental and disabled community. Click on the regular or large print application to apply.


Technical Committee members advise WATS staff and make recommendations to the Policy Committee on multi-year federal and state funding programs and Plan adoptions.  The Technical Committee meets on 1st Wednesdays starting at 9:30am in Scio Township.  The voting membership is for two years (with opportunity for reappointment) beginning February 1, 2014 through January 31, 2015.

Applications are due by December 2, 2013.

Technical Committee Special Interest Application


WATS Transportation Forum


The Washtenaw Area Transportation Study (WATS) will present a Transportation Forum at Hatcher Graduate Library on the University of Michigan Campus November 18, from 4-7PM.  As the number of transportation initiatives in Washtenaw County grow, it has become difficult for projects to differentiate themselves and for the public to track their progress.  The event brings together many of the projects and people advancing a comprehensive vision for the county’s transportation system.  The public will be able to discuss the initiatives, learn more, and get involved.  Initiatives and experts at the event include:

  • Ann Arbor Connector
  • The Ride
  • Bike Share
  • Washtenaw County Road Commission Engineering
  • Program to Educate All Cyclists (PEAC)
  • Ann Arbor to Detroit Rail
  • Non-motorized Innovation
  • Michigan High Speed Rail
  • Re-Imagine Washtenaw
  • Western Washtenaw Area Value Express
  • Huron/I-94 Non-motorized Crossing
  • Border to Border Trail
  • Ann Arbor Station
  • City of Ann Arbor Non-motorized Planning
  • University of Michigan Detroit Connector
  • University of Michigan Parking and Transportation
  • City of Ann Arbor Project Management

Refreshments will be provided.  

View or download the poster for the event here.