ATP Call for Projects Now Open! Applications Due June 15

Applications for the Active Transportation Program Cycle 3 are now being accepted through June 15, 2016. The ATP funds infrastructure, non-infrastructure and planning projects that promote safe walking and bicycling in communities across California, including Safe Routes to School projects.

There will be a webinar this Wednesday, April 27 from 9:30am-11:30am hosted by Caltrans:

WEBINAR LINKhttps://e-meetings.verizonbusiness.com/nc/join.php?i=PW8038002&p=7442024&t=c

PHONE – 800-857-9797 / Participant Code 7442024

The PowerPoint will be posted on Tuesday, April 26th on the Cycle 3 webpage: http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/LocalPrograms/atp/cycle-3.html The webinar will be recorded and also posted on the cycle 3 page for applicants to view as needed.

Missed our webinar on ATP? The slides and recording are now available. Our recent blog post also contains helpful links and information.

The following information was sent out by Caltrans with the Call for Applications:

Applicants are strongly encouraged to read the CTC ATP Guidelines and Sections 22.5 (Eligible Projects) and 22.6 (Ineligible Projects) of the newly released Local Assistance ATP Guidelines prior to completing an application, and to use the application instructions when completing an application.

The ATP Cycle 3 Application has been revised to correct functionality issues, and the Caltrans ATP Guidance has been updated to address Non-Infrastructure guidance.

Applicants – please use the most current version of the application (v1.1 is top left hand corner) and guidance.

For project specific and call for projects questions please contact your District Local Assistance Engineer (DLAE) or your District ATP Coordinator.

For general program questions contact Teresa McWilliam at teresa.mcwilliam@dot.ca.gov(Districts 6, 7, 8, 9, 11 & 12) or Ted Davini at ted.davini@dot.ca.gov (Districts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 & 10).

 

 

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