The following programs can assist local governments and transit
with operating and/or capital expenses to support public
transportation services such as buses, vans and shared-ride taxi
Utilizes federal and state funds to provide capital funding for
specialized transit vehicles used to serve the elderly and persons
with disabilities. Eligible applicants include private, non-profit
organizations and local public groups.
Utilizes federal funds for capital
and operating expenses that support new public transportation
services beyond those required by the Americans with Disabilities
Act (ADA) of 1990, and new public transportation alternatives beyond
those required by the ADA.
WisDOT, as the designated recipient of federal grant funds, is responsible for ensuring that sub-recipients are aware of and comply with federal procurement requirements.
Applicants awarded funding should review the procurement information
provided on this Web site.
The toolkit presents the federal and state reporting requirements for project funding and provides the resources to assist counties, multi-county and regional areas in developing their coordination plan. WisDOT encourages a champion in each area to coordinate the planning effort and implement the plan.
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