Notice of Funding Opportunity for the Tribal Transportation Program Safety Funding (NOFO)

A Tribal Transportation Program Safety Fund (TTPSF) Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) for was published in the Federal Register on July 18, 2016. Federally recognized tribes may apply to this grant until September 16, 2016. For additional application information please visit the TTP Safety Fund website at http://flh.fhwa.dot.gov/programs/ttp/safety/ttpsf.htm 

Note that the eligibility list for the TTP Safety Fund has changed under the FAST Act. Projects that are eligible for the TTP Safety Fund are now limited to safety plans, crash data improvement, road safety audits, and other activities, primarily infrastructure improvements, as listed in 23 U.S.C. 148(a)(4). 

The FHWA will be hosting a webinar to review the NOFO and address your questions on 

Wednesday, August 3, 2016 at 2:00 PM Eastern Time.            Details at http://flh.fhwa.dot.gov/programs/ttp/safety/ttpsf.htm 

Questions can also be sent to TTPSF@dot.gov

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