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MAT Staff November 24, 2017

MnDOT District 7 Grant Program

Federally funded transportation projects will be considered by the District 7 Area Transportation Partnership (ATP-7) for inclusion in the 2019-2022 Area Transportation Improvement Program (ATIP), using Surface Transportation Funds.

ATP-7 will be accepting applications for the following Surface Transportation Program (STP) program areas:

  1. STP Small Urban (City Streets/Bridges) – Projects are being solicited primarily for the year 2022 for city street and bridge (on the federal aid system) projects.  The federal funds can fund up to 80 percent of eligible project costs. Projects on city federal-aid routes may be proposed by the city involved.  Applicants must use the“District 7 STP Small Urban Funds” application form, which can be found on the ATP-7 website at the following link:  http://www.dot.state.mn.us/d7/atp/applications.html.
  1. STP Rural (County Roads/Bridges) – Projects are being solicited primarily for the year 2022 for county road and bridge (on the federal aid system) projects.  The federal funds can fund up to 80 percent of eligible project costs. Off-system bridges are being solicited through a separate process.  Applicants must use the “District 7 STP Rural (County Roads/Bridges)” form, which can be found on the ATP-7 website at the following link:  http://www.dot.state.mn.us/d7/atp/applications.html.
  1. Solicitation for the Transportation Alternatives Program kicked off in October with the release of the TA LOI (Letter of Intent).  If you are planning to submit a full TA application, or for more information on the TAP solicitation process, visit the ATP-7 website at http://www.dot.state.mn.us/d7/atp/applications.html.

All solicitations will require use of the newly designed forms found on the ATP-7 website.  Old forms will not be accepted.

The deadline for all applications is January 12, 2018.

Questions concerning this application process should be directed to Rebecca Arndt at 507-304-6196 or rebecca.arndt@state.mn.us

Applications (and required supporting documents/maps) can be submitted electronically or mailed directly to:

Rebecca Arndt, Principal Planner
MnDOT District 7
2151 Bassett Drive
Mankato, MN  56001-6888