CRTPA Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) – Project Solicitation

November 26, 2019/The CRTPA is actively soliciting Transportation Alternatives applications for FY 2022 – FY 2026.  The CRTPA TAP coordinates the solicitation and ranking of the region’s TA programs and projects which are defined as: on- and off-road pedestrian and bicycle facilities, infrastructure projects for improving non-driver access to public transportation, community improvement activities, environmental mitigation and projects for planning, designing or constructing boulevards and other roadways largely in the right-of-way of formerly divided highways.  Eligible project sponsors of TA applications include local governments; transit agencies; natural resource or public land agencies; school districts, local education agencies, or schools; and tribal governments.

A public meeting to discuss the CRTPA Transportation Alternatives Program has been scheduled for Thursday, December 19 in Tallahassee City Hall (Tallahassee Room, 2nd Floor) at 2 pm.  The meeting will provide an overview of the program as well as the opportunity to ask questions related to the agency’s current solicitation of TA applications. Note: completed applications are due to the CRTPA on March 6, 2020.

More information regarding the CRTPA TAP, including a link to the application and solicitation schedule, may be found by clicking here.

For more information on the CRTPA’s TA Program, contact Greg Burke at greg.burke@crtpa.org (850 891-8626)

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