Transportation Improvement Program Priorities

The Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for Pitt County contains funding information and schedules for various transportation divisions including:
  • Aviation
  • Bicycle and pedestrians
  • Enhancements
  • Governor's Highway Safety Program
  • Highways
  • Public transportation
  • Rail
Countywide map

Priority 1 - Greenville Southwest Bypass

Greenville Southwest Bypass Map
Construct four lane divided facility on new location with a bypass of Winterville (7.8 miles).

Priority 2 - Northeast Bypass U.S. 264 / NC 33 Connector (Unfunded)

Northeast Bypass US 264 and NC 33 Connector Map
Construct a four-lane, median divided, limited access facility on new location from US-264 Northeast Bypass to NC-33 East with a new bridge over the Tar River east of Greenville (9.2 miles).

Priority 3 - NC 33 West

NC 33 West Map
Widen roadway to a multi-lane rural section facility from US 264 in Greenville to US 64 southeast of Tarboro (17.9 miles).

Priority 4 - NC 903 North Improvements

NC 903 North Improvements Map
Improve NC 903 North to current roadway standards. Provide a safer and more efficient intersection by realigning the existing left turn lane on the eastern side of NC 30.

Priority 5 - Mills Road

Mills Road Map
Widen to meet tolerable lane width requirements, including improving intersections from Hope Middle School to Black Jack-Grimesland Road (SR 1777) 2.3 Miles.