WSDOT funding opportunity for special needs transportation

Applications due Sept 14

The Washington State Department of Transportation has announced a new round of funding through its Consolidated Grant program serving seniors, youth, and people with disabilities or low income.

WSDOT is responsible for deciding which projects will be awarded funding. PSRC also has a role in determining regional priority rankings for projects in King, Pierce and Snohomish counties, which influences the final scores in the competition.

Kitsap County projects are prioritized through the Peninsula Regional Transportation Planning Organization.

Applicants seeking WSDOT Consolidated Grant funds in King, Pierce, or Snohomish counties must submit the same application both to WSDOT and to PSRC (gcerise@psrc.org) by 5:00 p.m. on September 14, 2018.

All projects awarded regional priority rankings must address the region’s 2019-2022 Coordinated Transit-Human Services Transportation Plan adopted as part of the Regional Transportation Plan

Please see the WSDOT Consolidated Grant website for details. For more information, you can also contact WSDOT's Community Liaisons:

Final funding decisions will be announced in spring 2019.