Montana Department of Transportation
Grants are available to Montana government non-profits, agencies, and others to provide public transportation services in rural areas including services for seniors and disabled persons. Applicants can apply for operating expenses and/or the purchase of vehicles (capital assistance). Proposals can be for local, fixed routes, intercity, on demand, deviated fixed route, and/or regional routes.
Low income persons, the elderly, disabled, and other users of these services, including the general population and agencies in the service area must be invited to participate in the plan development. Taxi companies and other private transportation providers must also be invited to participate.
GrantWatch ID#: 135141
Financial year 2015.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
David Jacobs, Transit Section Supervisor
Adam Kraft, Southern Regional Planner
Tom Stuber, Northern Regional Planner
Steven Potuzak, Western Regional Planner
Katie Willcockson, Urbanized Transit Planner
Eric Romero, Fiscal Planner
Hannah Amestoy, Planning Tech
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