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Grants to Oregon entities that provide public transportation services, such as municipalities, tribes, and political subdivisions, for transit service improvements. Funding is intended to improve public transit across the state through research and planning activities, the purchase and implementation of new technology and equipment, and improvements to transit connections between communities.
The Discretionary Fund is intended to provide a flexible funding source to improve public transportation in Oregon.
The Intercommunity Discretionary Fund is for improving connections between communities and between communities and other key destinations important for a connected Statewide Transit Network. As a competitive funding source, ongoing operations Projects are subject to risk of not receiving continuous funding.
Projects eligible to receive grants under the Discretionary and Intercommunity Discretionary Funds include, but are not limited to: capital projects such as vehicles, facilities, equipment, and technology, as well as mobility management, planning, and research. Pilot operations projects may be considered for funding if the application includes a feasible financial plan for ongoing operations beyond the initial pilot period.
Apply online: https://www.cognitoforms.com/ODOT2/STIFDiscretionaryAndStatewideTransitNetworkApplicationFY202325
Email Patrick DePriest, STIF Intercommunity Coordinator, at Patrick.DEPRIEST@odot.state.or.us or call 971-301-0690.