CALLS FOR PROJECTS
The Transportation Alternatives (TA) Set-Aside, formally known as Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP), call for projects (aka applications) is now open through the OK Dept. of Transportation website!
The Transportation Alternatives (TA) Set-Aside provides funding for a variety of transportation projects that prioritize safety, comfort, and connectivity to destinations for all users of our transportation networks, including pedestrians and cyclists.
Projects include pedestrian and bicycle facilities; construction of turnouts, overlooks, and viewing areas; community improvements such as historic preservation and vegetation management; environmental mitigation related to stormwater and habitat connectivity; recreational trails; safe routes to school projects; and vulnerable road user safety assessments. The ODOT is seeking projects outside of the Oklahoma City and Tulsa urbanized areas, and based on the 2020 census, are divided into three categories: populations of up to 5,000; 5,001-50,000, and 50,001-200,000.
You can find the application packet, as well as the application link here: https://oklahoma.gov/odot/business-center/local-government-resource-center/transportation-alternatives-program-tap.html Applications follow a two-step process: Complete and submit a Call for Projects Form (online application) to ODOT by Sept. 30, 2022. ODOT will conduct a site review and provide feedback to application sponsors. The final application period is then Nov. 1-30, 2022. Award announcements will be at the April 2023 ODOT commission meeting.
Please contact Matt VanAuken –TA Program Manager
with any questions you may have about this Call for Projects: (405) 436-3734 firstname.lastname@example.org
or you can contact me with any questions or for support as well