Once you submit your project request, it will be forwarded to the Public Works district engineer to determine eligibility for the Transportation Improvement and Maintenance Program (TIMP). The district engineer will research numerous factors including average daily traffic, right-of-way, maintenance status, utility conflicts, and drainage issues to determine if the project is eligible for the TIMP. If the project is determined to be eligible, the project will be ranked considering nine different criteria and added as a proposed project to the fifth year of the TIMP.
The "proposed" TIMP is then submitted to the Transportation Advisory Committee (TAC) for prioritization by January 15th. TAC members will prioritize all eligible and ranked projects. Public Works staff will finalize the proposed TIMP based on the TAC prioritization and will submit the "draft" TIMP to the TAC for action at the regular meeting in February.
Public Works staff will submit the draft TIMP to the Board of Supervisors for action in March of each year for inclusion in Pinal County's annual operating budget.
If you would like additional information including TAC meeting dates and locations, please visit:
http://pinalcountyaz.gov/Departments/PublicWorks/Pages/TransportationCommittee.aspx or contact Kathy Borquez at firstname.lastname@example.org or 520-866-6406.
Thank you for your transportation project request.