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PURPOSE LOCAL OPTION SALES TAX

  

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ADDITIONAL TIA INFORMATION

Additional information about the Transportation Investment Act including literature, reports, project information, and the Citizens Review Panel can be found here.

 


 TIA ROUNDTABLE


 

About

The TIA Regional Roundtable (RTR) is the controlling body responsible for the oversight and administration of TIA projects. The RTR elects voting members of the Executive Committee; amends proposed investment criteria; approves the investment criteria that are used for selecting projects; approves or rejects the project listing; and calls for the election.

 

ACCG Regional TSPLOST Briefing Paper

(This document provides details about the initiation of and roles and responsibilities for Regional TSPLOST)

 

Roundtable Meeting 1: June 26, 2019  
 Agenda
Final Proposed Criteria
Roundtable Meeting Presentation
TIA Roundtable Membership

 

 


ADDITIONAL TIA INFORMATION


 

TIA Information Current / Completed Projects
District 8 Disbursements
Citizen Review Panel

 

River Valley Region TIA Information

The Transportation Investment Act (TIA) referendum passed by voters in the River Valley Region implemented a 1 percent sales tax over a 10-year period (beginning in 2013) to fund transportation improvements.

 

Summary of House Bill 227

Frequently Asked Questions

State TIA website

*** Click here for a sign order form ***

 

Project Details:

 

Constrained Draft Investment List Report TIA 2010 || (Excel Format)

Constrained Investment List Project Locations (23)

Local Governments' 25% estimated annual allocation of proceeds

 

Transportation Investment Act Annual Reports

 

 Annual Report 2017 

Annual Report 2016

Annual Report 2015

Annual Report 2014

Annual Report 2013

 

 

If you have any questions or comments about any of the projects listed, contact 

Gerald Mixon at (706)256-2910. 

 


 

Current / Completed Projects

   

River Valley TIA Projects UNDER CONSTRUCTION

Columbus Riverwalk (Muscogee County)

US27/Custer Road Interchange (Muscogee County)

South Lumpkin Multi-Use Train (Muscogee County)

South Georgia Parkway Improvements (Sumter County)

US Highway 280 Bridge Replacement over Lake Blackshear (Crisp County)

SR 103 Passing Lanes From Mile Marker 11.8 to the Troup County Line (Harris County)

Inter-City Express Bus Park-N-Ride (Muscogee County)

 

River Valley TIA Projects COMPLETED

Pobiddy Road Improvements (Talbot County) - Completed May 2015

US HWY 41 Passing Lanes - (Dooly County) - Completed November 2016

SR1/US HWY 27 Widening - (Randolph County) - Completed January 2017

SR1/US HWY 27 Bridge Replacement - (Randolph County) - Completed January 2017

 

Project Photos

 

 


 

District 8 Disbursements 

 

Total Collections for Calendar Years 2013, 2014, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. 

Deposits received from the Georgia Department of Revenue: $696,057,295.89

Amount applied to projects per approved investments lists: $522,042,971.62 

Amount distributed to local governments: $174,014,324.27 

 

Detailed Analysis of Disbursements (2018)

 


 

Citizens Review Panel

 

Citizens Review Panel Members

Buddy Leger, Chairman

Anthony Murray, Secretary, Marion County

Todd Schuster, Member, Harris County

Jerry Carney, Member, Crisp County

Joseph C. Brannan, Member, Muscogee County

 

 

Citizens Review Panel Reports

To view the Citizens Review Panel Reports

CLICK HERE

Available: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018

 

 

Citizens Review Panel Agenda & Minutes 

   

November 30, 2017  
 Agenda Minutes

 

September 13, 2017  
 Agenda Minutes

  

April 25, 2017
 Agenda  Minutes

 

August 18, 2015
 Agenda
Minutes

 

April 30, 2015
 Agenda
Minutes

 

December 4, 2014
Agenda Minutes

 

September 4, 2014 
Agenda Minutes

 

April 24, 2014 
Agenda Minutes

 

December 11, 2013
Agenda
 Minutes

 

March 15, 2013
Agenda 
Minutes

 

August 8, 2013
Agenda 
 Minutes

 

 

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