Special Projects & Funding

Every year money by way of grants and other streams are left unleveraged. Money that local agencies can benefit from. But where does one start? How do you write a grant application for selection? And....what do you do if you get the funding?!?

 

What Colorado LTAP's Special Projects & Funding Support offers

With this service offering, Colorado LTAP partners with local agencies to provide support in identifying projects and funding streams (including the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL or IIJA)) that will benefit Colorado's local agencies. The Special Projects Coordinator will provide support with the funding application process, planning, implementation, program reporting and closing out the project.

 

Colorado LTAP exists to help. Our services below are offered a no cost.

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Funding Opportunities for Local Agencies

Upcoming:

 

Source Grant Available Amount Application Deadline
FHWA Strategic Innovation for Revenue Collection (SIRC) Program $45,000,000  May 27, 2024
FHWA 2023-2026 Accelerated Innovation Deployment (AID) Demonstration $47,500,000   May 28, 2024
FHWA
Low Carbon Transportation Materials Grants - State Request for Applications
$1.2 billion June 10, 2024
FHWA Active Transportation Infrastructure Investment Program (ATIIP) $44,550,000  June 17, 2024
FHWA Highway Construction Training Program (HCTP) $4.2 million June 17, 2024
FHWA Roadside Pollinator Program $3,000,000  June 18, 2024
 
FHWA Fiscal Year (FY) 2023 – 2026 Bridge Investment Program, Large Bridge Project Grants $2,432,295,000  August 1, 2024
FHWA Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A) Grant Program $1,261,494,000  Planning & Demonstration Grants -   August 29, 2024
FHWA Bridge Investment Program - Planning Project $20,000,000  October 1, 2024
FHWA Bridge Investment Program - Bridge November 1, 2024
EPA Community Change Grants
Environmental and Climate Justice Community Change 
$2 Billion November 21, 2024

 

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Grant & Project Management Toolkit for Local Agencies

Colorado LTAP has developed a step-by-step guide to assist local agencies through the Grant and Project Management Lifecycle.
Click below to download the tools, templates and details on when and how to leverage each one!

 

Grant and Project Management Toolkit

 

 

Local Projects Awarded

 

Grant Fiscal Year 2024 Fiscal Year 2023 Fiscal Year 2022
RAISE City of Cortez, $825,300 City of Pueblo, $16,834,725
City of Delta, $13,196,356 City of Alamosa, $4,777,640
Idaho Springs $2,410,000 CDOT $24,248,940
RMS
(Revitalizing Main Streets)
Multiple - see document below
NSBP Creede, Silverton, Ouray & Lake City, $640,250
STIC
(State Transportation Innovation)
Colorado LTAP: Colorado Road & Bridge Institute
SS4A
(Safe Streets for All)
20 Communities total, $6,088,970
Safe Streets & Roads 13 communities totaling $26,425,200
Rural Grant Glenwood Springs, $49,682,927
Charging & Fueling Infrastructure Grant City of Boulder. $4,900,000
Colorado State University $8,977,947    
INFRA Grant Morgan Count/CDOT, $29,190,000
EV Charger Reliability & Accessibliy Accelertor Program Grant CDOT, $8,340,820
Community Development Block Grant $325K / Weld County /Town of Eaton
Resiliency Project $4,000,000 / Sanderson Gulch Project / City and County of Denver
Resiliency Project $10,800,000 / Box Elder Creek Roadway Erosion and Flood Protection /  City of Aurora
Resiliency Project $23,800,000 / Lena Gulch Project /  City of Golden 

 

2022 - 2023 - 2024 Grant Project Details

 

Colorado has been awarded a total of $313 million discretionary grants (via. FHWA) since the “BIL” was passed in November 2021.