Most types of transportation projects other than a general purpose capacity projects are eligible for consideration.
STP eligible projects and activities include:
More information on STP eligible projects and activities under Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act can be found here:
In general, most projects must be located on federal-aid routes. Projects located on rural minor collectors and local roads are ineligible (view WSDOT’s Federal Functional Classification Map App to view federal-aid routes:
TRPC will consider all eligible project types equally in this TAP grant process. However, applicants should be aware that historically this region has favored bicycle and pedestrian projects and programs.
TAP eligible projects and activities include:
More information on TAP eligible entities under Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act can be found here:
Project applicants may submit a maximum of three applications for TAP funding. However, applicants must identify the priority order if submitting more than one application.
There is no funding cap or limitation on how much a single grant proposal may request.
Projects must contribute to a reduction in per capita vehicle miles traveled or to overall system operating efficiency that reduces vehicle stops and starts that generate tire and brake wear.
CMAQ eligible projects must be located in the Thurston County Air Quality Maintenance Area (roughly the city limits of Lacey, Olympia, and Tumwater). Refer to the map in the Application Instructions and Process Guidance for the eligible project limits. Eligible projects and activities include:
View the Application Instructions and Process Guidance for more detailed information about eligible projects and activities.