TxDOT's Public Transportation Division administers federal grant programs, including Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) grants relating to TxDOT’s Bicycle and Pedestrian Program and Federal Transit Administration (FTA) grants for transit in Texas. These grants are for specific purposes and have separate eligibility and funding requirements. The Public Transportation Division requests applications for specific grant funding sources through calls for projects.
Current Calls for Projects – Federal Highway Administration Funds
The Public Transportation Division is requesting proposals for its 2017 TA Set-Aside Program Call for Projects. Project activities are limited to construction of pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure related projects in population areas less than 200,000. Below are links to the TA Set-Aside Program Guide, Project Nomination Form, and other related information. Questions? Contact us.
|Project Nomination Form|
|Interactive Map (MPOs, Urbanized Areas, Cities)|
|TxDOT District TA Set-Aside Coordinators|
|TxDOT Local Government Projects Coordinators|
|TxDOT District Environmental Coordinators|
|TxDOT Economically Disadvantaged Counties Program|
|TxDOT Average Low Bid Unit Prices|
|TxDOT Guidance for In-Kind Contributions|
|U.S. Census Bureau Information – 2010 Population Figures|
|U.S. Census Bureau Information – 2010 Urban Areas|
|FHWA U.S. Census Information|
|AASHTO Guide for the Development of Bicycle Facilities|
|ADA Standards for Accessible Design|
|Texas Accessibility Information from Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation|
Past Calls for Projects - Federal Highway Administration Funds
Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) 2015
This call ended May 4, 2015.
The Public Transportation Division requests proposals for the 2015 TAP Call for Projects. Project activities are limited to construction of pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure projects in population areas less than 200,000. Below are links to the TAP Program Guide, the Project Nomination Form and other related information. Questions? Contact us.