U.S. Department of Transportation Launches Smart Community Resource Center
The U.S. Department of Transportation (U.S. DOT) Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Joint Program Office (JPO) has launched the Smart Community Resource Center (SCRC). The SCRC serves as a compilation of resources that can be used by practitioners to advance ITS and smart community transportation projects and programs. Read more.
USDOT Navigator Tool *Updates
The DOT Navigator is a new resource to help communities understand the best ways to apply for grants, and to plan for and deliver transformative infrastructure projects and services. Access the tool here.
North America Micro Mobility Industry Best Practices
The ten recommendations, unveiled at the NACTO conference, will help cities accelerate a shift to zero-emission transportation via safe and well-integrated shared electric vehicles. The recommendations are designed to ensure cities receive safe and well-managed mobility services that can be sustainably delivered over the long term. The items in this document should be read as a collective whole – together they create the conditions for successful shared micro mobility systems for cities and industry. Read more.
Federal-Aid Highway Program 101 Presentation
Presentation describing the scope of the Federal-Aid Highway Program system, program roles/responsibilities, the lifecycle of Federal-Aid Highway funding, and the Highway Trust Fund. Read more.
USDOT Equity Website
Description: provides plans and resources for delivering a more equitable transportation system. Read more.
FHWA’s Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) Website
A comprehensive resource for FHWA’s implementation of the law, including information on funding, assistance, education, and guidance. Read more.
FHWA Technical Assistance Resources to Support Active Transportation in Disadvantaged Communities
A compilation of technical assistance resources to support disadvantaged communities, biking, multiuse paths, and active transportation. Read more.
NLC’s Tips for Local Governments to Meet Federal Match Requirements
List of considerations to ensure local governments are ready to meet the match requirements tied to the federal program opportunities they are seeking. Communities of all sizes and locations have successfully raised their federal matching funds to leverage the federal dollars to build up their communities. Read more.
SS4A Webinar Recordings Available
The Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A) program recorded four webinars in April and May. The webinars focused on developing an Action Plan; supplemental planning and demonstration activities; Implementation Grants; and rural and Tribal applicants