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2012 TCSP Grant Program

In an effort to put transportation funds to work for States and localities, the U.S. Department of Transportation solicited applications for FY 2012 TCSP grant applications. Applications submitted supported planning, development, and implementation of strategies to integrate transportation, community and system preservation plans and practices.

For more details about the FY 2012 TCSP grant program, please visit the 2012 TCSP Discretionary Grant Programs web page.

The Transportation, Community, and System Preservation (TCSP) Program is a comprehensive initiative of research and grants to investigate the relationships between transportation, community, and system preservation plans and practices and identify private sector-based initiatives to improve such relationships. States, metropolitan planning organizations, local governments, and tribal governments are eligible for discretionary grants to carry out eligible projects to integrate transportation, community, and system preservation plans and practices that:

Section 1117 of the Safe, Accountable, Flexible, Efficient Transportation Equity Act: A Legacy for Users (SAFETEA-LU, Public Law 109-203) authorized the extension of TCSP Program funds through FY 2012.

The TCSP Program is a FHWA Program being jointly developed with the Federal Transit Administration, the Federal Rail Administration, the Office of the Secretary, and the Research and Innovative Technology Administration within the US Department of Transportation, and the US Environmental Protection Agency.

Additional Program Information

Updated: 08/01/2013
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