Transportation Funding Options
Consolidated Planning Funds (CPG)
80/10/10 split, used to pay staff, overhead, studies, equipment, etc.
Surface Transportation Program (STP)
Max 80% federal, broad range of transportation needs is eligible, very flexible. LCATS is allocated approximately 1 million per year
Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ)
Max 80% federal, must be used for reducing congestion and improving air quality, frequently used for intersection improvements and transit vehicle purchases. LCATS is allocated approximately $800,000 per year.
Transportation Enhancement (TE)
The Transportation Enhancement Program provides funds for projects that improves the cultural, historic, aesthetic and environmental aspects of transportation infrastructure
Safe Routes to School (SRTS)
SRTS funding is provided by ODOT to help develop School Travel Plans
Safety Funds are used in high crash locations to help improve the safety of Ohio's roadways
Municipal Bridge Funds
The Municipal Bridge Program provides federal funds for bridge replacement or bridge rehabilitation projects
ODOT Office of Transit
advocates personal mobility by supporting, coordinating and funding Public Transportation
ODOT's Program Resource Guide
Diesel Emissions Reduction Grant
This program is available for all public diesel engine fleets and private diesel engine fleets (with public sponsor) that have at least 20% matching funds and who are committed to operating their updated equipment in Ohio non-attainment-and-maintenance counties at least 65% of the time.