The Rural Transportation Blog provides regular updates on resources and news related to rural and small metropolitan transportation planning, programming and service delivery.
Posts from June 2010
HUD has released its Notice of Funding Availability for the $100 million in FY2010 funding for regional planning grants under the Sustainable Communities Program.
Funds for the TIGER II program are to be awarded on a competitive basis for projects that will have a significant impact on the nation, a metropolitan area or a region.
Responses to the U.S. Government Accountability Office survey on rural transportation activities are due June 25.
The July 1 webinar will cover program, selection criteria, evaluations and application process for TIGER II Planning Grants and HUD Community Challenge Planning Grants.
EPA has announced the availability of $10 million in grants for local governments to carry out initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The agencies announced $75 million in funding through TIGER II Planning Grants and Sustainable Community Challenge Planning Grants for local planning activities that integrate transportation, housing and economic development.
Share your project innovations and presentation ideas for the National Rural Transportation Conference by June 18!
The Federal Highway Administration has launched the Local and Rural Road Safety Peer to Peer Program as a form of technical assistance.
On June 9, the NADO Research Foundation hosted a webinar on Road Safety Audits and incorporating safety into planning.
Access new resources from USDOT, TRB and others on climate change, livability, ACS data analysis, economic impact and more.
A series of webinars is being held this month by a coalition of highway safety partners to coordinate the development of a national safety plan.