Guam Transportation Improvement Plan

In February 2016, the Government of Guam Department of Public Works (DPW) developed the Transportation Improvement Program (GTIP) for the federal fiscal years 2016-2019. The GTIP was prepared in accordance with the requirements of the Fixing America's Surface Transportation (FAST) Act, in order to provide a list of transportation improvement projects for implementation. The document is adjunct to the 2030 Guam Transportation Plan (GTP), Guam's long range (20+ year) multi modal transportation strategy, and follows previous GTIP documents. The GTIP provides a near-term improvement plan that is financially feasible, fiscally constrained and depicts DPW's priorities for the expenditure of federal funds for the noted fiscal period.

Projects in the GTIP were developed through the transportation planning process and were drawn from needs identified in the 2030 Guam Transportation Plan and commitments from prior GTIP documents.

Projects contained in the GTIP FY2016-FY2019 were selected to address safety issues, pavement and bridge conditions and provide traffic operational improvements. Funding for Guam transportation projects will come from several sources, but largely from the Federal Territorial Highway Program (THP). A summary of the funds anticipated to be available to DPW for transportation projects over the four year life of the GTIP is as follows:

Fiscal Year Funding Source Amount
2016 Section 1934 Funds $687,764
  Territorial Highway Program $23,379,142
2017 Territorial Highway Program $15,926,400
  Grant Anticipation Revenue Vehicles (GARVEE) $47,600,476
2018 Territorial Highway Program $15,926,400
2019 Territorial Highway Program $15,926,400

The link to the GTIP FY2016-FY2019 may be found below.

Guam Transportation Improvement Program (GTIP) for Fiscal Years 2016-2019 Amendment No.2


Guam Transportation Improvement Program (GTIP) for Fiscal Years 2016-2019 Amendment No.1


Guam Transportation Improvement Program (GTIP) for Fiscal Years 2016-2019:


GTIP Update Public Meeting Presentation - November 16, 2015


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