The Montgomery County Transportation Improvement District is a strategic and trusted partner facilitating regional partnerships to improve public roadways and support job creation. The TID is engaged with projects at the request of other Montgomery County governments to improve safety, increase mobility, and build connectivity in local communities, while stimulating economic development and enhancing the quality of life throughout the region.
We address critical roadway and infrastructure needs to make travel safer and smoother for the county’s residents and visitors.
Since the TID was formed in 2001, the organization has been directly involved in financing and constructing more than $100 million in public infrastructure improvements. The projects we coordinate address existing and anticipated traffic growth to create better connections for drivers and pedestrians.
We build collaborations that allow projects to be completed more quickly and efficiently.
The TID brings together partners with common goals from across municipalities to facilitate projects they would not have the capacity to complete alone. At the same time, we leverage decades of expertise to streamline project timelines and secure innovative funding solutions.
We coordinate projects that encourage regional stability with a proven record of investment in our local economy.
In our over 20-year history, notable project successes have included construction of the Austin Interchange at I-75, which has resulted in more than $300 million in new development, and a coordinated program of strategic projects near the Dayton International Airport, including the creation of Union Airpark Boulevard, a five-lane connector roadway built to service Procter & Gamble’s 1.8 million-square-foot Dayton Mixing Center and the construction of a continuous five-lane section of US-40 from west of Union Airpark Boulevard to the Airport Access Road. We are currently providing oversight for a coordinated program of strategic projects near the Dayton International Airport that will proactively address anticipated growth in the region over the next several decades.