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Federal-aid Programs and Special Funding

Subject: ACTION: Solicitation For Candidate Projects for Eleven Discretionary Programs Date: May 6, 2011
From: /s/ Original signed by:
Victor M. Mendez
In Reply Refer to: HOA-1
To: Directors of Field Services
Division Administrators

The purpose of this memorandum is to announce the FY 2011 solicitation for candidate projects for 11 discretionary grant programs. Listed below are the approximate amounts of funding available (including any carryover funding from previous years) for the 11 programs. The actual amount available for award in each program is subject to reduction pending final calculations of Federal-aid highway program funding distributions.

Delta Region Transportation Development - $10 million
Ferry Boat - $47 million
Highways for LIFE - $20 million
Innovative Bridge Research and Deployment - $4.5 million
Interstate Maintenance - $100 million
National Historic Covered Bridge Preservation - $9 million
National Scenic Byways Program - $43.5 million
Public Lands Highways - $98.5 million
Rail Highway Crossing Elimination in High Speed Rail Corridors - $21 million
Transportation, Community and System Preservation - $61 million
Truck Parking Facilities - $7.5 million

By this notice, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) is soliciting applications for these 11 programs for FY 2011. Each program has its own eligibility requirements. A Web page with links to information about each program is available at https://www.fhwa.dot.gov/discretionary/.

Our goal is to put these funds to work as quickly as possible to provide needed transportation improvements and support economic growth. To that end, FHWA plans to advance these programs on an accelerated timeframe.

Eligible applicants will have until Friday, June 3, 2011, to submit applications for the appropriate program(s), to their local FHWA Division Office.

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