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Welcome to IntelliGrants

Welcome to the Texas Department of Transportation’s Grants Management System. With eGrants you can create and submit grant proposals, manage grant projects, and submit performance reports and requests for reimbursement.

Leveraging the award winning Traffic Safety program, TxDOT is now deploying the eGrants solution to the enterprise – starting with Public Transportation (PTN), Research and Technology Implementation Office (RTI) and Aviation (AVN). The project is currently in the design phase for PTN and in the requirements gathering phases for the other two divisions. eGrants full enterprise implementation is scheduled for the summer of 2016.

For questions regarding eGrants, e-mail egrantshelp@txdot.gov.


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Aviation (AVN)

Public Transportation Division (PTN)

Research and Technology Implementation Office (RTI)

Traffic Operations Division (TRF)



Aviation (AVN)

  • The mission of TxDOT’s Aviation Division (AVN) is to promote, develop, maintain, and protect an air transportation infrastructure that provides for the safe and efficient airborne movement of people, goods, and services within Texas and to provide access to the global air network. The general legislative directive of AVN is to encourage and assist in the development of aeronautics in the state.
  • AVN provides state and federal grant funding for airport maintenance and improvement projects to airports included in the Texas Airport System Plan (TASP). Information describing the TASP and programs available through AVN can be found at: http://www.txdot.gov/inside-txdot/division/aviation.html
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Public Transportation Division (PTN)

  • TxDOT’s Public Transportation Division (PTN) focuses on collaborative work toward providing a network of mobility options for people who use alternatives to driving alone. We distribute grant funds, ensure compliance with program requirements, and promote safety, coordination, partnerships and best practices. PTN works with individuals and agencies around the state to facilitate mobility through the administration of state and federal grant programs, technical assistance, and support for regional public transportation coordination efforts.
  • PTN administers federal and state grant programs, including Federal Transit Administration (FTA) grants. 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.
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Research and Technology Implementation Office (RTI)

  • Division role within TxDOT and services provided to end-users/public (one or two sentences)
  • Description of grant offerings
  • Hyperlink (to be provided by TxDOT)
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Traffic Operations Division (TRF)

  • • TxDOT’s Traffic Operations Division (TRF) manages the state Traffic Safety Program. The Traffic Safety Program goal is to identify traffic safety problem areas and programs to reduce the number and severity of traffic-related crashes, injuries, and fatalities. Traffic Safety grants are issued annually to address traffic safety problems at the state and local levels. All Traffic Safety Grants are managed through eGrants. With Traffic Safety eGrants you can create and submit grant proposals, manage grant projects, and submit performance reports and requests for reimbursement.
  • • TRF issues an annual Request for Proposal to identify projects to address traffic safety problems and to support the traffic safety performance goals and strategies identified in the Highway Safety Plan. State and local government agencies, educational institutions, and non-profit agencies are eligible to apply for TRF’s Traffic Safety grants. Types of projects supported with Traffic Safety grants include: enforcement, public information and education, training, evaluation, and program management. Federal funds to support the grant program are provided through the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. For more information on the Traffic Safety grant program, please click here: TRF eGrants Help
  • Hyperlink (to be provided by TxDOT)
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FY 2016 Approved Project List


System Requirements


TxDOT policy requires that we safeguard confidential/sensitive information. Therefore as a reminder, all attachments submitted via eGrants must not contain confidential/sensitive information. Before submitting any attachments, redact, blank-out, or block such information, including social security numbers (even if it is only the last 4 digits of an SSN), items such as bank account numbers (generally found at the bottom of a check), credit card data, and/or any other confidential/sensitive data that is not required/needed to support grants-management, performance reports, reimbursement requests, or monitoring reports.

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