Transportation Improvement Board
Online Funding Applications

2022 TIB Call for Projects

Online Funding Applications

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he Transportation Improvement Board's current call for projects, for award in November 2022, opens on June 1, 2022 with TIB funding workshops held at various locations across the state. Project selections for this call will be announced at the November 2022 TIB meeting.   

NOTE: The TIB online funding application is now available for the Urban Arterial Program (UAP), the Small City Arterial Program (SCAP), the Arterial Preservation Program (APP), the Small City Preservation Program (SCPP), the Small City Maintenance Program (SCMP) and the Active Transportation Program (ATP). Applications for all other programs can be found on our forms page.  Online applications must be submitted by August 19, 2022 to be considered for funding.

2022 Call for Projects

2022 Call for Projects - Anticipated Program Sizes
Urban Arterial Program/
Arterial Preservation Program
$82.0 Million
Urban Active Transportation Program $8.0 Million
Small City Arterial Program/
Small City Preservation Program/
Small City Maintenance Program
$27.0 Million
Small City Active Transportation Program $5.0 Million
2022 Call for Projects - Schedule
Preliminary call size presented to board May 20, 2022
Applications posted online June 1, 2022
Online Funding Workshops May 31 - June 9, 2022
Grant applications due August 19, 2022
Staff recommendation presented to the board December 1, 2022
Recommended adoption of new projects December 2, 2022

Anticipated Call Size and Call Schedule will be finalized at the May 2022 TIB Board Meeting.

Online applications must be submitted by August 19, 2022 to be considered for funding.

TIB Funding Program Workshops

The Transportation Improvement Board conducts funding workshops throughout the state each year in June for TIB's annual funding programs. TIB's funding workshops provide information about the various funding programs TIB administers, the scoring criteria for each program and the application process for TIB programs. These workshops are intended to increase the probability of a successful project application.

TIB schedules separate workshop sessions targeted for small cities (incorporated cities with a population of less than 5,000) and urban agencies (cities with a population above 5,000 and counties with urban unincorporated arterials).

TIB's 2022 Funding Workshops will be held in person.

TIB will be holding this year's funding workshops in person at locations across the state between May 31, 2022 and June 9, 2022.

Workshop Registration is currently closed

There are no Funding Workshops scheduled at this time. Workshops are usually scheduled for the month of June each calendar year.

More Information on the Application Process

For more information on the application process, see the Application Process section of our grant information page.

Funding Application Login

Enter your agency's username and password to access online funding applications.

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Password

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Request Username/Password

Agencies

To request your agency's username and password for online applications, contact Vaughn Nelson at VaughnN@TIB.wa.gov.

Consultants

Send your name and firm contact information to VaughnN@TIB.wa.gov to establish a logon account. Once your account is established, you will need to contact the agencies you will be completing applications for in order to have them authorize you to work on their applications.

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