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NJDOT to offer one-on-one training sessions for Safe Routes to Schools and Transportation Alternatives Set - Aside grants

 

Division of Local Aid is pleased to announce 45-minute sessions with representatives from local Aid District office staff to provide guidance for the grant applications for Safe Routes to School and Transportation Alternatives Set-Aside programs

 

http://www.saferoutesnj.org/njdot-one-on-one-meetings-in-june-to-assist-with-federal-grants-set-one-up-today

 

SAGE Upgrade: Department Of Transportation is pleased to announce the upgrade to IG16 on 3/26/2018.

SAGE IG16 upgrade training sessions were held on March 8 and March 15. 389 users from both Municipalities and Counties attended the training for the 3 sessions conducted. Video recording of Webinar training is posted on upgraded SAGE website. If you missed the training session, please review our videos that will be posted soon on SAGE website. Click on https://njsage.intelligrants.com for updated IG16 link, please bookmark and replace your old SAGE link.

 

 

Safe Routes to School Grant program - 2018 Solicitation

Division of Local Aid is currently accepting applications for Safe Routes to School 2018 program

Application Deadline: August 23, 2018

 

 

Transportation Alternatives Grant Program - 2018 Solicitation

Division of Local Aid is currently accepting applications for Transportation Alternatives 2018 program

Application Deadline: August 23, 2018

 

 

Funding Programs FY 2018

 

Municipal Aid $158.75 million
County Aid $158.75 million
Local Bridges Fund $47.3 million
Local Freight Impact Fund $30.1 million
Local Aid Infrastructure Fund $7.5 million
Transportation Infrastructure Bank Fund $22.6 million

 

 

State Aid Grant Announcement

FY 2018 Municipal Aid Grants

Recent LAIF Grants

 

FY 2018 Bikeway Grants

 

FY 2018 Safe Streets to Transit Grants

 

FY 2018 Transit Village Grants

 

2018 Local Freight Impact Fund Program

Solicitation Letter

Local Freight Impact Fund Program Handbook

 

 

Stakeholder Partnering Session August 4, 2017

2016 Bicycle and Pedestrian Master Plan

Rutgers Bikeshare Program

Title 3

High Friction Surface Treatment FHWA

NJDOT High Friction Surface treatment Specification

Title 6

Civil Rights Contract Compliance

 

 

Design Assistance (2012 and 2014 Recipients)

 NJDOT is pleased to announce the TAP Design Assistance    Program (pdf 2m). This pilot program makes available consultant engineering services to assist Local Public Agencies (LPA's) with the development of plans, specifications, and estimates (PS&E) for their TAP projects. Recipients of NJDOT's 2012 and 2014 TAP grants are eligible to participate in the program. The program was developed by NJDOT as part of the FHWA's Every Day Counts initiative and is intended to shorten time, reduce costs, and improve quality in the delivery of NJDOT TAP projects.

NJDOT has established a pool of engineering design consultants through a quality based selection process. This pool can aid LPAs in the project delivery process by reducing the time required to procure professional services, ensure the consultant selection process is compliant with federal Brooks Act requirements, and provides the LPA with NJDOT prequalified, cost basis approved designers to aid in the development of PS&E submissions for their eligible TAP project.

 

Consultant information is under development.

 

 

 

 

Some highlights of the TAP Design Assistance Program are:

  • Participation in the TAP Design Assistance Program is at the sole discretion of the LPA.

  • Recipients of 2012 and 2014 TAP grants are eligible to participate in the program.

  • NJDOT will participate in eligible design costs if an LPA elects to participate in the program.

  • The TAP Design Assistance Program is a reimbursement program.

  • Costs and fees for the work to be performed will be negotiated by the LPA with the firm of their choice.

  • Contracts for the work to be performed will be between the LPA and the firm. All federal requirements apply.

  • Total costs and fees shall not exceed $200,000.

 

 

 

Please contact NJDOT's Local Aid and Economic Development at 609.530.3640 if you are an eligible TAP recipient interested in the TAP Design Assistance Program.

 

Presentations

Local Aid's Presentation- "On the Road Again" at New Jersey State League of Municipalities Conference

 

Local Aid Presentation to the New Jersey Society of Municipal Engineers on 2-5-17

 

 




 

 

     
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