The solicitation for Safe Routes to School Non-infrastructure grants and the Project Identification Program is now open. Applications are due oh May 31, 2019.
The ODOT Safe Routes to School Non-infrastructure grants provides funds to communities to provide education and encouragement programs that address barriers to students walking and biking to school.
The ODOT Safe Routes to School Project Identification Program helps schools and communities develop a local plan that identifies infrastructure projects and non-infrastructure programs that address barriers to students walking and biking to school.
There are two more in-person workshops coming up so you can learn more about how to apply. The workshops cover SRTS Non-infrastructure grant and Infrastructure grant specifics including eligibility, proposal selection process, match requirements and proposal development tips. Target audiences include representatives from cities, counties, tribes, transit districts and public schools.
April 18, Eugene – 3 p.m. – 4:30 p.m., Cesar Chavez Elementary School Library, 1510 W 14th Ave.
April 26, Portland – 1 p.m. – 3 p.m., ODOT Office Room A/B, 123 NW Flanders St.
All workshops are open to the general public.
View the webinar from ODOT and Commute Options, which presents a program overview and answer questions about these funding opportunities. The webinar covers SRTS Infrastructure and Non-infrastructure Programs specifics including, timeline, eligibility, proposal selection process, match requirements, and proposal development tips. The target audiences include city, county, tribes, transit agency staff and interested public school representatives.
SRTS-Workshops-Spring-2019 flyer here.
For more information contact:
LeeAnne Fergason, ODOT Safe Routes to School Infrastructure Program manager, 503-986-5805
Heidi Manlove, Safe Routes to School Non-Infrastructure Program manager, 503-986-4196
Brian Potwin, Safe Routes to School Technical Assistance Provider, 541-977-86367