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TGM Planning Grants help local jurisdictions plan for streets and land to lead to more livable, sustainable, and economically vital communities. This planning increases opportunities for transit, walking and bicycling.
two types of grants:
TGM has funded over 800 grant projects. See the
list of completed and active projects through 2021.
The TGM program awards these grants on an annual basis. Applications are due in July and awards are made in September. Projects typically have a two-year period from award to completion. See the
Grant Award Timeline for more information.
The 2022 TGM pre-applications were due March 31, 2022. However, we welcome inquiries on a rolling basis. If, after reviewing the packet below, you would like assistance, please send a short description of the proposed project to Elizabeth Ledet.
Elizabeth Ledet with general questions about the TGM grants process.
The 2022 Grant Application period has ended. Award letters will be mailed in September 2022.
Elizabeth Ledet for answers to general questions about process and filling out your grant application. Contact the lead TGM planner for your region if you would like to discuss your project objectives, project approach, or the ODOT region's perspective on the project.
List of 2022 TGM Planning Grant Applications
Currently, we have projects from grant years 2019 through 2021 underway.
TGM has completed over 800 grant projects with many active projects currently underway.
Final products for the most recent projects are available for viewing and download.
Final products for older projects are available upon request. To request a product, please contact Frances Campoz and remember to include the file code(s) in your request.
List of TGM Final Products 1993 – 2007
TGM has compiled a partial list of grants and incentives provided by other state and national programs.
TGM uses two consultant selection methods. The method for a specific project will depend on the particulars of the project and the needs of the local government and the program. The methods are:
Contact Elizabeth Ledet at (503) 986-3205 for more information.
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