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BEFORE PURCHASING ANY REAL PROPERTY PLEASE REVIEW THE NEW GUIDELINES SET FORTH. FAILURE TO FOLLOW NEW RULES MAY RESULT IN LOSS OF FUNDING.
The following funding opportunities support the delivery of public transportation in Oregon and are managed by the Oregon Department of Transportation.
Applications Due March 12, 2024
This program funds the replacement and purchase of buses, bus equipment, and bus-related facilities for transportation providers in small urban and rural areas with population of 199,999 or less.
Funding is provided by FTA's 5339 Bus and Bus Facilities Program which is distributed to states in an amount set by Congress. Distribution to local agencies is done through an ODOT discretionary selection process.
Eligible recipients are general public service providers who operate in small urban and rural communities with a population of 199,999 or less.
Regional Transit Coordinator.
2024-26 Mid-Cycle Discretionary Grant Solicitation GuidanceFederal Transit Administration 5339 Program OverviewFederal Transit Administration 5339 Program Circular
2022 5339 Vehicle Replacement Awards
2022 5339 Non-Vehicle Replacement Awards
This solicitation supports projects for operations, mobility management, purchased service, and preventive maintenance for transportation providers serving seniors and individuals with disabilities in rural areas.
Public transportation agencies providing rural services.
Operations, mobility management, purchased service, and preventive maintenance.
Discretionary Application LinkDiscretionary Application Instructions
2024-26 Mid-Cycle Discretionary Grant Solicitation GuidanceFederal Transit Administration 5310 Program OverviewFederal Transit Administration Circulars
2022 5310 Discretionary Awards
The purpose of Section 5304 grant funding is to support planning projects that lead to improved mobility and transit access for citizens, more livable and economically vibrant communities, and more efficient and well-coordinated public transportation systems.
Expected: $300,000. Final amount may vary. Funds are awarded through a competitive selection process.
Local share is 20 percent, federal share is 80 percent
Transportation agencies that serve rural areas (population less than 50,000).
Discretionary Application Link
Discretionary Application Instructions
Contact your Regional Transit Coordinator.
2024-26 Mid-Cycle Discretionary Grant Solicitation GuidanceFederal Transit Administration Metropolitan and Statewide Planning ProgramFederal Transit Administration Program Circular
2021-23 5304 Awards
The purpose of this program is to fund the replacement or right-sizing of vehicles that have met or exceeded their useful life standards.
Application deadline is March 12, 2024Grant agreements executed Oct 1, 2024
The Oregon Transportation Commission has allocated Federal Highway Administration Surface Transportation Block Grant funding to support this program. Funds will be transferred to FTA section 5307, 5310, or 5311 programs after award based on recipient eligibility.
Total funding available: $9 million
Local share 10.27 percent, federal share 89.73 percent
Entities eligible to receive Federal Transit Administration section 5307, 5310, or 5311 funding.
Vehicle replacement or right-sizing of vehicles in which ODOT holds a security interest.
Letter of Intent Due March 11, 2024, Supplemental Form Due April 8, 2024
The main purpose of the Federal Transit Administration’s (FTA) Low or No Emission Program (Low-No Program) is to support the transition of the nation’s transit fleet to the lowest polluting and most energy efficient transit vehicles. The Low-No Program provides funding to state and local governmental authorities for the purchase or lease of zero-emission and low-emission transit buses. This also includes acquisition, construction, and leasing of required supporting facilities.
Funding comes from the FTA's 5339 Program with available funds of $1.10 billion in federal fiscal year 2023.
Project Budget: Applicants are encouraged to identify scaled funding options in case insufficient funding is available to fund a project at the full requested amount. If an applicant indicates that a project is scalable, the applicant must provide an appropriate minimum funding amount that will fund an eligible project that achieves the objectives of the program and meets all relevant program requirements. The applicant must provide a clear explanation of how the project budget would be affected by a reduced award. FTA may award a lesser amount whether or not a scalable option is provided.
For vehicles, the match is 15 percent local funds. For Bus-related Equipment and Facilities (such as recharging or refueling facilities), the match is 10 percent local funds.
Acceptable match sources are: cash from non-government sources other than revenues from providing public transportation services; revenues derived from the sale of advertising and concessions; amounts received under a service agreement with a state or local social service agency or private social service organization; revenues generated from value capture financing mechanisms; funds from an undistributed cash surplus; replacement or depreciation cash fund or reserve; new capital; or in-kind contributions. In addition, transportation development credits or documentation of in-kind match may substitute for local match if identified in the application.
An eligible applicant is a designated recipient of FTA 5307 grants as well as states, local governmental authorities, and Indian tribes. ODOT will be applying on behalf of subrecipients who are not 5307 direct recipients.
Purchase or lease of zero-emission and low-emission transit buses, and acquisition, construction, and leasing of required supporting facilities.
FTA will consider the quality and extent to which applications demonstrate how the proposed project will: reduce energy consumption, reduce harmful emissions and reduce direct carbon emissions. Applicants must demonstrate how the proposed project is consistent with local and regional long range planning documents and local government priorities. Applicants must identify the source of the local cost share and describe whether such funds are currently available for the project or will need to be secured if the project is selected for funding.
Applications will be evaluated based on the quality and extent to which they demonstrate how the proposed project will address an unmet need for capital investment in vehicles and/or supporting facilities. For example: an applicant may demonstrate that it requires additional charging facilities for low- or no-emission vehicles, that it intends to replace existing vehicles that have exceeded their minimum useful life, or that it requires additional vehicles to meet current ridership demands.
Email PTDApplications@odot.oregon.gov or call 503-986-3410.
For more information about the Low-No Program visit the Section 5339(c) webpage.
FY2024 Notice of Funding Opportunity
Awarding in 2024.
The purpose of the Bus and Bus Infrastructure Program is to assist in the financing of buses and bus facilities capital projects, including replacing, rehabilitating, purchasing or leasing buses or related equipment, and rehabilitating, purchasing, constructing or leasing bus-related facilities.
Letter of Intent Due March 11, 2024, Supplemental Form Due April 8, 2024, Direct Applicants Due April 25, 2024.
Funding comes from the FTA's 5339(b) Program with available funds of more than $390 million for this solicitation.
Scalable Project Budget: Applicants are encouraged to identify scaled funding options in case insufficient funding is available to fund a project at the full requested amount. If an applicant indicates that a project is scalable, the applicant must provide an appropriate minimum funding amount that will fund an eligible project that achieves the objectives of the program and meets all relevant program requirements. The applicant must provide a clear explanation of how the project budget would be affected by a reduced award. FTA may award a lesser amount whether or not a scalable option is provided.
For Vehicles, the match is 15 percent local funds. For Bus-related Equipment and Facilities (such as recharging or refueling facilities, including clean fuel or alternative-fuel vehicle-related equipment), the match is 10 percent local funds.
Eligible sources of local match include the following:
Eligible applicants include designated recipients that allocate funds to fixed route bus operators, states or local governmental entities that operate fixed route bus service, and Indian tribes. Eligible subrecipients include all otherwise eligible applicants and private nonprofit organizations engaged in public transportation.
Oregon RPTD will submit a statewide application on behalf of public agencies, private nonprofit organizations engaged in public transportation in rural areas, and projects proposed by Indian tribes; all proposals for projects in rural (non-urbanized) areas must be submitted by a State.
Eligible projects are capital projects to replace, rehabilitate, purchase, or lease buses, vans, and related equipment, and capital projects to rehabilitate, purchase, construct, or lease bus-related facilities.
Applications will be evaluated based on the quality and extent to which they demonstrate how the proposed project addresses:
Email PTDApplications@odot.oregon.gov or call 503-986-3885.
For more information about the Bus and Bus Facilities Program visit the Section 5339(b) webpage.
Awarding in 2024.
Applications Due January 20, 2023.
This solicitation is for the STIF Formula Fund, which is intended to expand and improve public transportation services in Oregon. Review the STIF Program Guidebook for more information.
The 2023-25 STIF Plan and application instructions are available now. Formula Fund submittals must be received by ODOT no later than January 20, 2023 at 5:00 p.m.
At its inception, the STIF program was funded solely by the Oregon "transit tax," which is a state payroll tax equal to one-tenth of 1 percent. The STIF program will also be funded by ID card fees, non-highway gas tax, and cigarette tax revenues once its merger with the Special Transportation Fund (STF) is effective July 1, 2023. The total funding amount will be estimated annually, and actual revenues will vary based on transit tax collections.
There are no match requirements for STIF Formula funds.
Only a Qualified Entity may submit a STIF Plan. A Qualified Entity is a county in which no part of a Mass Transit District or Transportation District exists, a Mass Transit District, a Transportation District or an Indian Tribe, per OAR 732-040-0005. A Public Transportation Service Provider or any non-profit, private for-profit, or public entity is eligible to receive STIF Formula funds by performing work for a Qualified Entity or a Public Transportation Service Provider, which supports a project in the Qualified Entity’s STIF Plan.
A map of Qualified Entities is located in the STIF Rulemaking Document Library on the STIF webpage.
STIF funding may be used to finance investments and improvements in public transportation services, except for light rail capital expenses. STIF may be used for public transportation purposes that support the effective planning, deployment, operation, and administration of public transportation programs including, but not limited to, the following:
STIF moneys are primarily intended to fund the expansion or improvement of public transportation in Oregon and priority will be given to plans that improve or expand services.
STIF moneys are not intended to supplant local funding sources to maintain existing services. A STIF Plan that proposes to use STIF funding to replace local funding to maintain an existing service may result in denial of the funding request.
STIF Plan Application Form
Subrecipient Project Application Template (OPTIONAL)
STIF Application Instructions
STIF Plan (application form)
Subrecipient Project Application Template (OPTIONAL). This template may be used by a Qualified Entity, at the Qualified Entity’s sole discretion, to accept Formula Fund project applications from Public Transportation Service Providers.
STIF Program Guidebook
STIF Substantially Compliant Considerations for Service Preservation, Oct. 2020
2021-23 STIF Formula Awards
Invitational Application Available Sept. 25, 2023.
Bridges gaps and resolves barriers between Oregon's veterans living in rural areas and the healthcare benefits they've earned.
Invitational Application Available 9/25/2023
Total amount available: $650,000
There is no local match required for this program. Coordinated applications between STF Agencies or through purchased services contracts with common providers is encouraged.
STF Agencies with service areas featuring rural census tracts (as defined by Rural-Urban Commuter codes 4 through 10). All nine of Oregon's federally-recognized Tribes are eligible, irrespective of rurality.
Operations, contract purchased services, mobility management, and planning. Letter of Interest respondents have been invited to submit proposals for operations, contract purchased services, mobility management, and planning project. Applications are due December 31, 2023 at 11:45 PM Pacific Time.
Letter of Interest Link
2023 RVHT Solicitation Guidance
The Rural Veterans Healthcare Transportation Grant Program is a partnership between Oregon Department of Veterans' Affairs and ODOT Public Transportation Division, under funding appropriated to House Bill 2139
RVHT Grants Awarded Second Round 2022
RVHT Grants Awarded First Round 2022
Grants Awarded Fall 2023.
The Oregon Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) COVID Recovery Discretionary Grant Program is intended to continue providing direct relief funding to prevent service reductions (or discontinuation of services) resulting from the effects of COVID-19.
Applications are due June 2023.
Grant agreements executed Spring 2024
PTD’s Recovery Discretionary Grant Program is comprised of the following estimated sources:
No match is required for the COVID Recovery Discretionary Grant Program
Instructions and Guidance
Email Jennifer.Boardman@odot.oregon.gov or Susan.Wilson-George@odot.oregon.gov.
PTD will provide a four-hour drop-in training in mid-May for any questions, and technical assistance. The Regional Transit Coordinators are also a great resource if you have questions or want staff to review your applications prior to submitting.
This is a statewide competitive grant solicitation. Be sure to answer each question completely to ensure the highest score for your application.
Section 5311 Compliance: FTA C 6040-1G, Federal Transit Laws, Title 49. United State Code, Chapter 53. CARES Act (public Law 116-136: 134 Stat. 599).
2023 Grant Awards
Awarding July 2023
This federal fund source supports public transportation for seniors and individuals with disabilities by funding eligible capital, purchased service, and preventive maintenance projects for transportation providers.
Awarding 2023-2025 biennium formula funding in July 2023.
Funds are awarded every two years using an established formula. Lead, or Special Transportation Fund Agencies recommend projects for funding.
Funding comes from the Federal Transit Administration’s Section 5310 program, which is distributed to states using a population-based formula in an amount set by Congress. Funding also comes from ODOT’s transfer of Federal Highway Administration Surface Transportation Block Grant funds to the Section 5310 program.
Operating projects: local share 50 percent, federal share 50 percent (Applies only to the federal appropriation for Small Urban agencies.)Other projects: local share 20 percent, federal share 80 percentSTBG Transfer projects: local share 10.27 percent, federal share 89.73 percent.
Eligible recipients are counties, mass transit districts, transportation districts, transportation service districts, Indian tribal governments, cities, councils of government, and private nonprofit organizations. Funds may be used in all areas of the state.
Eligible projects include vehicle purchases, passenger shelters, purchased services, preventive maintenance, travel training, marketing programs, development of centralized call centers, and equipment that supports transportation to meet the special needs of seniors and individuals with disabilities.
FY 2023-25 Application Instructions and Guidance
Email PTDApplications@odot.oregon.gov or call 503-986-3410.
Federal Transit Administration 5310 Program Overview
2023-25 5310 Awards
2021-23 5310 Awards
Applications Due November 30, 2022.
This solicitation is for two separate competitive statewide solicitations; the STIF Discretionary Fund and the Statewide Transit Network Program. Review the STIF Discretionary and Statewide Network Program Guidance and Grant Application Instructions document in the Timeline and For More Information sections.
The STIF Discretionary and Statewide Network Program Guidance and Grant Application Instructions and Discretionary and STN Application Form are available now. Grant applications are due to ODOT no later than November 30, 2022
Section 122 of House Bill 2017 provides statewide funding for public transportation service. Proceeds from the payroll tax will be deposited into the Statewide Transportation Improvement Fund. The Oregon Department of Revenue began assessing the tax July 1, 2018. ODOT is administering the STIF Discretionary Fund program with five percent of these revenues and the STN Program through a combination of four percent of STIF revenues and Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Section 5311(f) moneys. The Oregon Transportation Commission will decide which projects to award funding.
The match requirements for projects awarded through this solicitation will vary based on the project type and program funds used to fund the project. STIF Discretionary and Statewide Transportation Network-STIF Intercommunity Fund applicants must demonstrate their ability to provide at least 20 percent of the Project’s total costs. Projects that meet certain characteristics may be eligible for a 10 percent match rate.
For projects receiving Section 5311(f) funds, applicants must demonstrate their ability to provide a 50 percent match of the net cost for operations projects and a 20 percent match of the net cost for capital projects and project administration.
Applicants to these fund programs must be Public Transportation Service Providers, as defined by OAR 732-040-0005(24) or, as relevant to FTA 5311(f) funding, entities eligible to receive FTA Section 5311(f) funding. Eligible STIF Discretionary Fund applicants may contract with a non-profit or for-profit public transportation provider following procurement requirements applicable to the source(s) of project funding.
Projects eligible to receive grants under the STIF Intercommunity Fund or FTA Section 5311(f) Intercity Fund include, but are not limited to, capital projects such as vehicles, facilities, equipment and technology, as well as mobility management, planning, research, pilot and ongoing operations projects.
STIF funding is not available for light rail capital expenses.
2023-25 Application Link
Applications for funds under this solicitation must be received by ODOT no later than November 30, 2022.
Email Patrick DePriest, STIF Intercommunity Coordinator, or call 503-986-3312.
STIF Fund Applicant Page
2021-23 STIF Discretionary and Statewide Transit Network Awards
Applications Awarded 2022
The goal of the NCMM’s 2021 Ready-to-Launch Grants is to enable multi-sector community teams to pilot promising mobility solutions, the development of which was inspired and informed by the results of community research.
Applications are due to the National Center for Mobility Management by 10/15/2021.
There are $225,000 in funds available with a $75,000 maximum for each award.
Please note that no in-kind support or local match is required.
The applicant organization must be a non-profit organization or a government agency that is able to receive, or be a subrecipient of, federal funding. Lead organizations must be eligible recipients or subrecipients for Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funds under 49 U.S.C. Sections 5307, 5310, or 5311. Teams who have previously received an NCMM Ready-to-Launch grant are not eligible to apply for this opportunity.
Each of the three chosen communities will receive up to $75,000, paid to the lead applicant. Funds will be distributed on a cost reimbursement basis. The projects will meet the transportation needs of underserved individuals and address transportation equity with regard to the effect that transportation planning, investment and operations have for underserved individuals
The point of contact for the Ready-to-Launch grants is Amy Conrick, email@example.com. All questions should be submitted in writing to this email address.
The mission of TGM is to support community efforts to expand transportation choices. By linking land use and transportation planning, TGM works with local governments to create vibrant, livable places in which people can walk, bike, take transit or drive where they want to go.
Applications due June 6, 2019
Applications awarded August 2019
The TGM Program awards grants on an annual basis. TGM typically awards between $2 and $2.5 million per cycle. Projects are selected on a competitive basis within each of the five ODOT regions. The regional allocation – funds available for projects - is based on a formula that considers the number of cities and the population within a region. Grants generally have two-years for projects to be negotiated and completed. Award amounts generally range between $75,000 and $250,000.
Local share is 12% of the total project cost. Grantees typically provide match in the form of cash or direct project costs, such as time and materials directly related to the project. Time that may be counted as project match includes that from grantee staff, grantee contract planners and engineers, or certain volunteers, such as project committee members. Communities defined as “distressed” by the Oregon Business Development Department may request a partial match waiver.
Eligible applicants include cities, counties, councils of government on behalf of a city or county, and tribal governments. Certain special districts are eligible, such as transportation districts, metropolitan planning organizations, ports, mass transit districts, parks and recreation districts, and metropolitan service districts. School districts, and public colleges and universities, may be eligible as part of a joint application with a local government for an otherwise eligible project. Eligible applicants may join together to propose a project, such as a multi-county TSP or multi-city or city-county corridor plan.
TGM grants are for planning work leading to local policy decisions. Projects should result in the development of an adoption-ready plan or land use regulation or amendments to an existing plan or land use regulation. Projects that primarily do research or outreach, study an issue, compile data, or inventory information are generally not eligible for grant funding. TGM grants also cannot fund preliminary engineering, engineering, or construction work. If in doubt, discuss with your Region TGM planner about whether your proposed work is eligible.
Email Elizabeth Ledet or call 503-986-3205.
Find the Racial and Ethnic Impact Statement, Application Packet, examples of successful 2018 TGM applications, a list of all TGM grants to date, and help for developing a project approach and budget at: https://www.oregon.gov/LCD/TGM/Pages/Planning-Grants.aspx.
2018 TGM Awards
This program supports rural public transportation providers operating in areas with populations of fewer than 50,000 by financing operations, capital, project administration, preventive maintenance, planning, and mobility management projects.
Awarding 2023-2025 biennium formula funding in July 2023.
The majority of funds are distributed every two years to pre-qualified agencies through a three-part formula which includes a base amount, passenger trips, and service miles.Funding comes from the Federal Transit Administration 5311 program.
Operations projects: local share 43.92 percent, federal share 56.08 percentCapital, administration, preventive maintenance, planning, and mobility management projects: local share 10.27 percent, federal share 89.73 percent.
Eligible recipients include public agencies, Indian tribes, or private nonprofit agencies operating general public transit services in rural areas that are not part of a designated urban area.
Private for-profit companies are not eligible for this program and may only participate as vendors with service contracts or agreements with an eligible recipient. Recipients are encouraged to consider including private for-profit transportation providers in their programs.
Eligible projects include operations, capital, project administration, preventive maintenance, planning, and mobility management. Projects must support general public transportation services.
FY 2023-25 Application Instructions and Guidance
Federal Transit Administration 5311 Program OverviewFederal Transit Administration Circulars
2023-25 5311 Awards
2021-23 5311 Awards
Awarded Winter 2020
This program funds projects to assist transit providers experiencing negative impacts from the COVID-19 pandemic and supports operating, capital, and other expenses generally eligible under the Section 5311 and 5311(f) programs.
Grant agreements for awarded projects will be executed over the course of the remaining months in 2020.
Total amount available: approximately $31,200,000
No Match Required
Eligible recipients are mass transit districts, transportation districts, Indian tribes, cities, counties, special districts, intergovernmental entities, nonprofit transit providers, for-profit transit providers, or any other political subdivision or municipal or public corporation that provides public transportation services.
Eligible projects include those that support Section 5311 or 5311(f) eligible transit activities for the general public and which are incurred on or after January 20, 2020 in response to economic or other conditions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
For more information on the Federal Transit Administration CARES act, please visit the FTA CARES Act page.
For more information, email PTDApplications@odot.oregon.gov, ODOTPTDReporting@odot.oregon.gov, or your RTC - or call 503-986-3410.
Federal Transit Administration Section 5311 Program Overview
Federal Transit Administration Frequently Asked Questions
Recommended Awards - Updated 2/8/2020
Applications accepted year-round
This federal fund provides assistance to employees and volunteers of grant recipients and others to attend transit-related trainings. Training is provided directly by Public Transit Section staff or at state, regional, and national workshops and conferences.
Applications accepted year-round.
Funds are distributed through competitive and formula processes based on criteria developed by the Public Transit Section. The number of scholarships awarded for a specific event or to an agency may be limited. The Public Transit Section reimburses qualified expenses to the agency (not the individual). Funding is provided through state funding sources and the Federal Transit Administration’s Rural Transit Assistance Program (5311(b)(3)).
Scholarships generally support 50 to 80 percent of registration and travel expenses for a training or conference.
Employees and volunteers of grant recipients and transportation service providers are eligible.
Attendance at the annual Oregon Public Transportation Conference, grant-related trainings (such as trainings prior to a grant application cycle), transit manager topic trainings, grant management trainings, compliance trainings, training provided by other state agencies or other sources.
Technical Assistance Program - Scholarship Application
National Rural Transit Assistance Program Federal Transit Administration Circulars
Accepted applicants notified by email.
Applications Awarded 2020
Preliminary intent due April 6, 2020Due to FTA May 18, 2020
The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) announces the availability of $11 million in Public Transportation Innovation funds to support innovation throughout the transit industry by promoting forward-thinking approaches to improve transit system design, service, and financing.
The Federal share of project costs under this program is limited to 80 percent. Applications may seek a lower Federal contributions. The applicant must provide the local share of the net project costs in cash, or in-kind and must document in its application the source of the local match.
FTA will hold a webinar to provide additional information on AIM Challenge Grants, including how to apply and how applications will be evaluated 10-11 p.m. PT Thursday, April 2, 2020. Register.
For further information concerning the notice, contact FTA Research office via email at AIMChallenge@dot.gov, or please contact Ms. Christina Gikakis, Office of Mobility Innovation, 202–366–2637, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Notice of Funding Opportunity
Solicitation combined with STIF Discretionary; applications available Fall 2022.
For the 2017-19 biennium, we shifted from funding an Intercity Program with an exclusively 5311(f) federal funding source to a Transit Network and Intercity Program funded primarily with 5311(f) funds.
The Transit Network and Intercity Program now encompasses the former Intercity Program purpose and eligible activities and expands it to include projects that support the statewide transit network, but might not meet 5311(f) requirements.
Awarded 2017-2019 biennium funding in July 2017.
Funds are available through a competitive discretionary grant process based on statewide program criteria.
This program utilizes Federal Transit Administration Intercity 5311(f) funds and other funds. The mix of funding allows greater flexibility in Transit Network and Intercity Program projects.
Capital projects: local share 20 percent, federal share 80 percentOperating projects: local share 50 percent, federal share 50 percent
Eligible recipients include agencies, public entities, Indian tribes, and private for-profit agencies that provide transit service.
Grants will not be awarded to support fixed route transit service without a process in place to create and maintain Google Transit Feed Specification (GTFS) data that describe the service.
Regional connector services, planning, marketing, coordination, preventive maintenance, projects that support key transit hubs, and capital assistance for buses and shelters.
Federal Transit Administration Circulars
2017-19 Transit Network and Intercity Award Announcement
2015-17 5311(f) Award Announcement
2024-26 Mid-Cycle Discretionary Grant Solicitation Guidance
Statewide Transportation Improvements Program, STIP
2024-2026 Discretionary Grant Programs Advanced Notice
2021-2023 Formula Grant Programs Solicitation Webinar
2022 COVID-19 Needs Based Solicitation Advanced Notice
2021-2023 Formula Grant Programs Solicitation Webinar PPT
Preliminary 2021-2023 Grant Solicitation Timeline
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Contact your area's Regional Transit Coordinator for more information and to confirm your eligibility.
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