Tribal Transportation Program (TTP) Annual Report

Fixing America's Surface Transportation Act, more commonly known as the FAST Act, mandated annual collection of TTP project and activity data, including jobs created and retained as codified in 23 U.S.C. ยง 201(c)(6)(C). Each year this report is published by the Federal Highway Administration and submitted to the Secretaries of the Departments of Transportation and Interior. The reports are also available for public review on this webpage.

FY2016 Tribal Transportation Program Report  (Acrobat, 1.17 MB)
Appendix A. National Financial Summary Report  (Acrobat, 497 KB)
Appendix B. Non-construction Activities Report  (Acrobat, 733 KB)
Appendix C. Construction Projects Report  (Acrobat, 987 KB)
Appendix D. Bridge Projects Report  (Acrobat, 460 KB)
Appendix E. Safety Projects Report  (Acrobat, 527 KB)

Tribal Transportation Program Online Reporting Tool (PORT)

The Federal Highway Administration and Bureau of Indian Affairs have worked to develop the Tribal Transportation Program Online Reporting Tool (PORT) to facilitate meeting the reporting requirements. PORT utilizes existing Tribal TIP data received by the agencies to make the best use of the data Tribes have already provided and tailor Tribal reporting accordingly. Information on how to utilize PORT when completing reports can be found through the links below.

PORT Overview Guide  (Acrobat, 1 MB)

Provides a preview of the PORT system through screen shots and clarifying direction for PORT.

PORT FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

Answers common questions and provides ability to submit PORT questions online.

PORT Introductory Recorded Webinar

Approximately 13-minute introductory webinar of the PORT system.