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The Strengthening Inclusive Coordinated Transportation Partnerships to Promote Community Living program has issued an RFP for inclusive transportation planning projects.
Apply by Aug. 28 to pilot test the planning tool Transportation for Communities: Advancing Projects through Partnerships.
FHWA will award up to $450,000 in research grants to explore the benefits of delivering goods during "off hours" in small- and medium-sized urban areas.
Program intends to improve the health of small communities through grants awarded across a variety of sectors, including transportation, housing, education, and public health.
RPOs, MPOs, RDOs, and their partners are eligible to apply for funds to test two planning tools.
Register early for a March 6 webinar for agencies planning to apply for FTA's vetarans' transportation program.
NADO and RPO America published new newsletter, with articles on conference updates, new resources and training, FTA funding.
5307 recipients can submit statements of interest to use allocated funds for fuel at an 80% federal share. Deadline extended to Feb. 29.
FTA has announced its second round of its Veterans Transportation and Community Living Initiative Grant Program. Proposals due 4/19.
VA seeking comments, FTA intends to fund another round of one call/one click projects, and CTAA has released new resources on transportation for veterans.
$500M was appropriated for this round of TIGER funding. Pre-apps are due Feb 20, final apps March 19.
The National Center on Senior Transportation has issued an RFP for innovative solutions to mobility for older adults. Due Dec 23.
Learn about applying for USDOT's recently announced grant program through this webinar.
A call for funding proposals has been announced by the Health Impact Project.
EPA is requesting Letters of Interest for its Sustainable Communities Building Blocks Program. This program will offer technical assistance to 20 communities.
Join this webinar on August 5 to learn about the data points required in the grant application. HUD staff will cover the most common data and geography questions.
The agency will hold a webcast on July 19 on its Sustainable Communities Regional Planning Grants and Community Challenge Grants.
On July 1, the two agencies held a webinar on the joint grant solicitation for livability planning initiatives.
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.
The July 1 webinar will cover program, selection criteria, evaluations and application process for TIGER II Planning Grants and HUD Community Challenge Planning Grants.
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.
EPA has announced the availability of $10 million in grants for local governments to carry out initiatives to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.