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May 6, 2019
ODOT Safe Routes to School (SRTS) Non-Infrastructure Grant Application due May 31
The Oregon Department of Transportation (ODOT) is looking for proposals for Safe Routes to School Non-Infrastructure funding. The Non-Infrastructure Program opened on April 15, with about $700,000/yr available for the 3-year grant cycle, and can help fund education, encouragement and enforcement programs. About $1.8M is available for the Rapid Response Program, for projects that simply cannot wait for the 2021 competition. The Project Identification Program provides a service to up to 20 school communities to identify infrastructure projects that address barriers to students walking, rolling and biking to school in a newly-created local plan.