TIB's funding programs and the application process.
Funding Applications
A Call for Projects is typically issued each summer with applications due at the end of August. The following resources are available for agencies:
  • How to Apply – for information on the application process and rating criteria for TIB's programs
  • Funding Cycles – for information on current and past funding programs
  • Training – for information on training provided to assist agencies in the application process
  • WAC Rules – for additional information on TIB programs


  • Urban Programs
    The Transportation Improvement Board provides funding to its urban customers through three state-funded grant programs.  Eligible projects are located within the federally designated urban areas.  For more information about TIB's urban programs visit the Urban Programs Overview page.  For detailed information on each urban funding program, select from the list below.
    TIB's Urban Programs
  • Urban Arterial Program (UAP) – new criteria identify competitive projects in the areas of safety, growth & development, physical condition and mobility
  • Arterial Preservation Program (APP) – for agencies with less than $2 billion assessed valuation
  • Sidewalk Program (SP) – provides funding for sidewalk projects that improve safety and connectivity
  • Small City Programs
    The Transportation Improvement Board offers a number of different funding programs to the state's small cities. Cities and towns with a population under 5,000 are eligible for funding from programs that reconstruct or maintain the transportation infrastructure.   For more information about TIB's small city programs visit the Small City Programs Overview page.  For detailed information on each small city funding program, select from the list below.
    TIB's Small City Programs
  • Small City Arterial Program (SCAP) – provides funding for projects that improve safety and roadway conditions
  • Small City Preservation Program (SCPP) – provides funding for rehabilitation and maintenance of the small city roadway system,
    in some cases in partnership with WSDOT or county paving projects
  • Small City Sidewalk Program (SC-SP) – provides funding for sidewalk projects that improve safety and connectivity
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