New Grants Selected at the November 2020 Board Meeting

November 20, 2020

More than $58 Million awarded to 71 projects

The Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) awarded 71 street and multi-modal improvement grants to local agencies totaling $58.7 million at its November 20th meeting.

Grants were awarded to agencies through four programs.


Program # of Projects Target Funding Level TIB Funds Total Project Cost
Urban Arterial Program 24 $50,000,000 $45,597,161 $130,760,618
Arterial Preservation Program 11 $3,420,011 $4,064,158
Small City Arterial Program 14 $10,000,000 $6,888,230 $11,296,689
Small City Preservation Program 22 $2,808,563 $2,987,023
TOTAL 71 $58,713,965 $149,108,488

This year, TIB received 177 applications from cities and counties, with requests for more than $188 million in funding.

Click here for a list of funded projects.

For full details of funded projects, view TIB Selected Projects on the TIB Performance Management Dashboard.

About TIB

The Transportation Improvement Board funds high priority transportation projects in communities throughout the state to enhance the movement of people, goods and services.