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ARCHIVED: 2011 Discretionary Grant Programs

Transportation, Community, and System Preservation Program

Application

Part A. Project Information

Project Title:

Project Location (Include City/County, State):

State Priority (to be completed by State DOT):

GRANTEE CONTACT INFORMATION

Grantee Contact Name:

Agency/Tribal Government:

Mailing Address (Street/P.O. Box):

City, State, Zip code:

Phone:

Fax:

E-Mail:

STATE DOT CONTACT INFORMATION

State Contact Person:

Phone:

Fax:

E-Mail:

FHWA DIVISION OFFICE CONTACT INFORMATION

Division Contact Person:

Phone:

Fax:

E-Mail:

CONGRESSIONAL INFORMATION

Congress Member:

Congressional District No.:


TCSP Program Funds: $0.00

Matching Funds/In-kind Services Value: $0.00

Matching Funds/In-kind Services Source: $0.00

Total TCSP-Related Project Costs: $0.00


TO BE COMPLETED BY THE FHWA DIVISION OFFICE

State Administered? Yes No

Division Administered? Yes No

"Transfer" TCSP funding for Project Administration? Yes No

If yes, which Federal Agency

Will the project be obligated by September 30, 2011? Yes No

Date grant application approved by FHWA Division Office

Part B. Project Abstract

(Maximum 4 sentences) Briefly describe the how the TCSP Program funds will be used to support the proposed project.

Part C. Project Narrative

  • Describe the project and the expected results, including project goals and timeframe. Describe how the project integrates transportation, community, and system preservation plans and practices that address one or more of the following:

    1. Improve the efficiency of the transportation system of the United States.
    2. Reduce the impacts of transportation on the environment.
    3. Reduce the need for costly future investments in public infrastructure.
    4. Provide efficient access to jobs, services, and centers of trade.
    5. Examine community development patterns and identify strategies to encourage private sector development that achieves the purposes identified in (1) through (4).

  • If applicable, describe how the project meets all of the priority consideration criteria.

  • Describe how the project meets the project selection criteria

  • Discuss the project schedule, commitment of public and private funding, and any other TCSP or other Federal funding being used for the project.

Part D. Project Eligibility

  1. Is the project located on a Federal-aid highway? (List the functional class(es) of the facility(ies) to be improved)
  2. If the project is not located on a Federal-aid highway, how do you consider the project eligible for assistance under Title 23 or Chapter 53 of Title 49, United States Code? (i.e., list program(s) and describe how the project meets the statutory eligibility criteria for that program.)
  3. Is the project a corridor preservation activity necessary to implement transit-oriented development plans, traffic calming measures, or other coordinated transportation, community, and system preservation practices?
Updated: 02/28/2019
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