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Transportation Investment Act

TIA II Update: February 2022

The TIA Roundtable has approved the constrained project list. Please click the links below to view projects, distributions, and LMIG benefits.

Transportation & Infrastructure

Investment Act

In 2012, voters in three Georgia regions – River Valley, Central Savannah River Area, and the Heart of Georgia Altamaha – approved a 10-year one percent sales tax to fund regional and local transportation improvements. Prior to the votes, Regional Roundtables of local elected officials, with significant public input, selected projects for each region’s Approved Investment List.  

The tax infrastructure program, which is set to expire in 2022, has resulted in hundreds of millions of dollars in regional revenue, with over 23 projects fully funded, many of which are completed and some of which are still under construction. To view more details about the Region’s projects, click here. To date, TIA has resulted in the following for the River Valley:

Total Projects
Projects Under Construction
Projects Completed
Original Approved Budget (2011 Dollars)
$ 0 M
Total Expenditure to Date
$ 0 M

TIA Roundtable

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.

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Background 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. 

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Citizens Review Panel

In each of the three districts that passed TIA, a Citizens Review Panel was created to make recommendations, and monitor the progress of projects funded by the initiative. The CRP is required to meet a minimum of three times per year, and produce an annual report that outlines the public benefits of TIA projects.