Distribution of Programmed TE & TA Funds by Category
Combined TE/TA Funds by Fiscal Year
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State DOT Program Staff
State DOT TA Coordinator
Two Capitol Hill
Providence, RI 02903
FHWA Division TA Coordinator
TE Program Contact
380 Westminster Mall
Providence, RI 02903
TA Program Structure, Policies, and Procedures
- TA program structure: The program is run through a state-level TE Office. The state uses a competitive selection process, and funds are distributed directly by the state TE Office. (Please note that this is a reimbursement program, not a grant program. Project sponsors pay 100 percent of all costs up-front and are reimbursed for allowable costs.)
- Who is eligible to apply: Any interested organization, including: Municipality, State agency or NGO.
- Application information: The application form is available online. The TE Office offers application training to individual applicants on request.
- Application timeline: The project selection cycle typically occurs every 2-3 years. The next call for proposals is to be determined.
- Application components: Project narrative and budget.
- Selection criteria: The state considers proposals for all 12 TE categories. Selection criteria include: public demand for the project; relationship of the project to the intermodal transportation system; and, significance of the project.
- Application tips: The TE program funds project design, engineering and construction.
- Is there an advisory committee?: Yes. The committee serves in an advisory capacity to the RIDOT Director of Transportation.
- Advisory committee members: The committee members are appointed by the RIDOT Director.
- Project award minimum: $100,000
- Project award maximum: None
- Typical local match: 20%
- Matching policies: The state does accept in-kind match. The TE Office encourages the use of community resources, such as municipal staff time, labor, and materials.
- Once your project is funded: The TE Office provides guidance on implementation for the project sponsors. The TE Office offers training sessions on implementation and is in the process of developing a manual covering implementation requirements for use by local public agencies.
This profile and the charts are drawn from a database maintained by the Transportation Alternatives Data Exchange at the Rails-to-Trails Conservancy and are based on data provided by the States and FHWA. If there is an error or an update is needed for this profile please let us know about it. Direct questions and comments to TrADE @ RTC at 202-974-5135 or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
TrADE last updated this profile on: 06/16/2011