APPLY NOW FOR THE ACOG TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVE PROGRAM
Deadline October 31, 2022
The Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG) is pleased to announce the FY 2023 Call for Projects for the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP).
This program intends to provide funding for projects that advance non-motorized transportation opportunities in the Central Oklahoma region. This includes recreational trails, shared use paths, sidewalks, bicycle lanes, cycle tracks, safe bicyclist and pedestrian crossings, traffic control devices for pedestrians and bicyclists, and more.
There will be a total of $7.5 million available for projects located in the ACOG Adjusted Urbanized Area (UZA).
Entities that are eligible for this funding include:
- Local governments (towns, cities, and counties)
- Transit agencies
- Tribal governments
- Public school districts, public schools, or public universities (with support from local municipality)
- Non-profit organizations (with support from local municipality)
“As Central Oklahoma continues to grow, we must invest in a diverse range of transportation options for our residents,” John Sharp, Deputy Director of ACOG, said. “Through this funding opportunity, ACOG is promoting the economic, environmental, and health benefits that come with a more walkable and bikeable region.”
The application deadline for this round of funding is 4:00 p.m., Monday, October 31, 2022.
In order to be eligible for TAP funding, all prospective applicants must fill out a pre-application form for each project.
More information and application resources can be found on the ACOG TAP Webpage.
For questions, please contact Jordan Evans, Associate Planner at 405-234-2264.
Transportation Planner II - Multimodal