The Federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), was enacted on November 15, 2021 providing $350 billion for Federal highway programs over a five-year period (fiscal years 2022 through 2026), new formula programs (Bridge Investment Program, National EV Charging Program (NEVI), Carbon Reduction Program, PROTECT program (resiliency)) and 40+ discretionary funding programs. This page provides up to date information on current grant opportunities, resources and other information related to the implemenation of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law.

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Will Deliver for New York | US Department of Transportation

For more information or questions, contact CDTC.  

Guidance and Support

The Thriving Communities Initiative provides technical assistance and capacity building resources. A new online portal, the DOT Navigator, helps communities understand the best ways to apply for grants, and to plan for and deliver transformative infrastructure projects and services. One of the key features is a mapping tool for identifying transportation disadvantaged census tracts. In addition, the USDOT is partnering with the Department of Housing and Urban Development to improve the coordination of housing and transportation planning to advance residents’ access to opportunity and increase housing supply. 


Open Grant Opportunities

Competitive Grant Programs Matrix

Upcoming Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) Announcements 

  • National Culvert Removal, Replacement, & Restoration Grant Program

Culvert Aquatic Organism Passage (AOP) Program Webpage
Program Factsheet
Notice of Funding Opportunity, applications due on February 6, 2023


FY 22 Grant Archive

  • Advanced Transportation Technologies and Innovation (ATTAIN) Program 
    This program promotes advanced technologies to improve safety and reduce travel times for drivers and transit riders and that can serve as national examples. 

    Program Webpage
    Notice of Funding Opportunity, applications due on November 18, 2022

  • Bridge Investment Program

Notice of Funding Opportunity
Program Website

Planning Project Application Due: July 25, 2022
Planning Grant Awards FY 2022

Large Bridge Project Application Due: August 9, 2022
Bridge Project Application Due: September 8, 2022

  • Multimodal Project Discretionay Grant Program (MPDG)

Nationally Significant Freight and Highway Projects (INFRA) Program Website, applications due on May 23, 2022
NEW - INFRA Progam Awards 
National Infrastructure Project Assistance (MEGA) Program Website, applications due on May 23, 2022
Rural Transportation Program (RURAL) Program Website, applications due on May 23, 2022 

  • Nationally Significant Federal Lands and Tribal Projects (NSFLTP) Program

2022 Grant Opportunity, applications due on October 24, 2022

  • Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) Discretionary Grant Program

Notice of Funding Opportunity, applications due on April 14, 2022 
Program Information
RAISE Program Awards FFY 2022

  • Reconnecting Communities Pilot Program – Planning Grants and Capital Construction Grants

Grant Program Website - applications due on Thursday, October 13, 2022
Notice of Funding Opportunity
Understanding Non-Federal Match
Webinars Page

  • Railroad Crossing Elimination Program

Notice of Funding Opportunity, application due on October 4, 2022

  • Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A) Grant Program

Notice of Funding Opportunitiy, applications due on September 15, 2022
How to Apply
Completed Self-Certification Checklist for CDTC's Local Road Safety Action Plan and New Visions 2050. A completed checklist is needed to certify eligibility to apply for implementation funds.  

  • Strengthening Mobility and Revolutionizing Transportation (SMART) Grants Program

The SMART program will fund purpose-driven innovation and focus on building data and technology capacity and expertise. The Program seeks proposals for demonstration projects in the areas of vehicle technology (i.e. automation and connectivity), systems innovation (i.e. delivery and logistics, traffic signals, smart grid and data integration) and new ways to monitor and manage infrastructure, like sensors and unmanned aircraft systems (i.e. drones).

SMART Grant Program Website
Notice of Funding Opportunity, applications due on November 18, 2022
Program Factsheet
Program Webinar Recording

  • Tribal Transportation Program (TTP) Safety Funds

Program Q & A
Tribal Transportation Program Safety Funds, applications due on September 15, 2022

  • Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Planning Pilot Program

Pilot Program for Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Planning Grant Information

Eligible applicants and eventual grant recipients under this program must be FTA grantees, such as CDTA. A proposer must either be the project sponsor of an eligible transit capital project as defined above or an entity with land use planning authority in an eligible transit capital project corridor. Evidence of a partnership between these two types of entities will be required unless the applicant has both responsibilities. Refer to the Notice of Funding Opportunity for more information.

Applications are due on July 25, 2022. Only one application per transit capital project corridor may be submitted to FTA. 

Upcoming NYS Formula Programs

BridgeNY Program - Coming Soon!

The BridgeNY Program is all new! Check back soon for details.  

National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) Formula Program

New York State is required to submit an EV Infrastructure Deployment Plan descirbing how the State intends to use its NEVI Formula Program funds to the Joint U.S. Office of Energy and Transportation not later than August 1, 2022. The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) will approve eligible Plans by September 30, 2022. See the Guidance document for more information. 

Draft NYS National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Formula Program Deployment Plan - Survey Open for Comment, closing in September
NYS NEVI Program Website 
Interactive Eligibility Map

Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Funding on the National Highway System, Guidance
Compilation of State EV Deployment Plans

Carbon Reduction Program (CRP)

By November 15, 2023, States are required to develop a Carbon Reduction Strategy in consultation with CDTC and all 14 New York State MPOs. The State Carbon Reduction Strategy shall support efforts to reduce transportation emissions and identify projects and strategies to reduce these emissions. The Carbon Reduction Strategy must be updated at least once every four years. States and MPOs are encouraged to obligate CRP funding for projects that support implementation of the State’s Carbon Reduction Strategy.


PROTECT Formula Program 


Have Questions? Contact Us!

Sandra Misiewicz AICP, CDTC Executive Director

Phone: (518) 458-2161
Fax: (518) 729-5764
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