Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) - Public Transit Participation Program
Grants to Minnesota local governments, nonprofit organizations, and Tribal governments to improve public transit services throughout the state. Funding is intended for projects to purchase, construct, rehabilitate, and lease bus-related facilities, non-facility capital projects, and technology projects. Applicants must indicate if projects are proposed for 2024 or 2025.
Applicants must choose the primary objective of the proposed project:
GrantWatch ID#: 135490
- Non-Facility capital projects in excess of $5,000.
- Technology projects in excess of $5,000.
This capital grant program supports applicants during a period from January 1, 2024 through December 31, 2025.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
- Public Transit Capital Facilities Application Form: https://mndotforms.formstack.com/forms/facilities
- Public Transit Capital Non-Facilities Application Form: https://mndotforms.formstack.com/forms/large_capital_nonfacilities
- Public Transit Capital Technology Application Form: https://mndotforms.formstack.com/forms/large_capital_technology%5F
All transit systems need to work with the Facility Coordinator, Kent Ehrenstrom to complete all construction
requirements prior to the contract being executed.
Facility Coordinator and Transit Project Manager
Please contact your project manager if you need assistance with this application.
Project Manager Contacts
Implementation Unit Supervisor
Project Manager Contacts
Rural Transit Coordinator and Transit Project Manager
Procurement Coordinator and Transit Project Manager
Tribal Transit Coordinator and Transit Project Manager
Transit Project Manager
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