About Us

The Montgomery County Transportation Improvement District (the “TID”) is a special purpose local government created by the Montgomery County Board of Commissioners in 2001 to finance and expedite high priority transportation improvement projects that support significant economic development in Montgomery County and its region.

The TID is engaged with projects at the request of other Montgomery County governments. Its role with individual projects ranges from planning and advising to full turn-key financing and delivery, depending on specific project requirements.

The TID is governed by a Board of Trustees composed of five voting members appointed by the Montgomery County Commissioners. Two non-voting members of the Board are appointed by the presiding officers of the Ohio House and Senate.

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Board Members

meet our board members

  • Arthur Meyer

    Chairperson Community Leader
  • Stephanie Singer

    Vice Chairperson Reed Elsevier Technology
  • Tom Tatham

    Treasurer/Secretary Dayton Power & Light
  • David Bills

    Board Member Brown & Bills Group
  • Walt Hibner

    Board Member Vectren Energy Delivery of Ohio

Board Meetings

Our next meeting will be: Monday, March 9, 2020

Our next regularly scheduled meeting will be Monday, March 9, 2020, at 2:00 PM.
Board meetings convene at 2 PM in the Montgomery County Administration Building, 451 W. Third St., 10th Floor, Room 1002

Current Projects

Past Projects

SEED Program

The Strategic Enhancement of Economic Development Program (the “SEED Program”) is a program established in 2015 as a means for the Montgomery County Office of Community and Economic Development (MCED), the Dayton-Montgomery County Port Authority (Port), and the TID to strategically create and pursue significant economic development opportunities in Montgomery County, Ohio. Primarily, the SEED Program provides a framework for the County, Port, and TID to work as Program Partners with local governments, developers and property owners to prepare “shovel ready” development sites, respond rapidly to competitive business location opportunities, and invest in important community facilities.

As opportunities are identified, SEED partners will enter into agreements with Program Partners in order to develop specific development plans, create multi-party financing capability, and establish specific project responsibilities. The impact of the SEED Program will be evaluated against criteria established by the Boards of the MCED, TID, and the Port.

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Latest News

Montgomery County Dayton Airport Area Traffic Counts

March 9, 2016 at 7:40 pm

The results of traffic counting performed for the 70/75 Airport Logistics Access Project have been combined into a single report with other recent traffic counts taken in the vicinity of the Dayton International Airport at the direction of the TID and the Cities of Vandalia and Union.  The report is being presented by the TID to local elected officials to improve their understanding of current local roadway traffic patterns in light of recent new development in Vandalia and Union.  The report breaks down two-way traffic volume and movement through more... ... read more

I-70/75 Airport Logistics Access Project Public Information Meeting

August 4, 2017 at 3:53 pm

Together with state and local partners, the Montgomery County Transportation Improvement District (TID) will host a public meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 29, for those interested in learning more about proposed roadway improvements being planned for US 40 near the Dayton International Airport in the I-70/I-75 area. The meeting will take place in the Dayton International Airport Terminal from 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. At 4:30 p.m., the project team will provide a brief welcome and... ... read more

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