The Hawai‘i State Department of the Transportation Highways Division is requesting applications and requests for information for the Transportation Alternatives Program funding for fiscal years 2022-2026.
The program provides planning, design, and construction funding for projects that encourage the use and enhance the experience of alternative modes of transportation (e.g., biking, walking, transit, rideshare). Eligible projects include on- and off-road pedestrian and bicycle routes and facilities, improving non-driver (e.g., children, elderly, handicapped, rural) access to public transportation, enhanced safety features, community improvement activities, and environmental mitigation.
Entities eligible to receive TA Program funds:
Regional transportation authorities
Natural resource or public land agencies
School districts, local education agencies, or schools
More information on the program and the application form can be found on HDOT Highway’s Division website: https://highways.hidot.hawaii.gov/stories/s/kcrh-vrcf
Contact the TA Program Coordinator, Jeyan Thirugnanam at 808-587-6336 or TA.Program@hawaii.gov.