TIB Announces 2022 Call for Projects

May 20, 2022

TIB anticipates giving out $122 Million in Transportation Grants

The Transportation Improvement Board (TIB) is pleased to announce its 2022 Call for Projects. Grant applications will be available on our grants page beginning May 27, 2022. Completed applications must be postmarked by Friday, August 19, 2022, and grant awards will be announced after the December 2, 2022 board meeting.

Target funding levels have been set by the board. These levels may be altered based on revenue forecasts, applications received, and current commitments. Funding levels for each program are:

Program Amount
Urban Arterial Program/Arterial Preservation Program $82 Million
Urban Active Transportation Program $8 Million
Small City Arterial Program/
Small City Preservation Program/
Small City Maintenance Program
$27 Million
Small City Active Transportation Program $5 Million
Total $122 Million

A strong emphasis on maintenance and preservation will be made. With additional funds going towards the Preservation Programs and the Small City Maintenance Program.

Interested agencies are encouraged to attend a TIB funding workshop. Work shops are being offered in person through out the state starting May 31st and going to June 6th. Workshops provide information about the various funding programs, program priorities, TIB goals, and the application process. If you're not able to attend an in-person workshop, contact your TIB engineer for any quesitons you have.

For more information on current and past funding programs, go to the Project Selection section of the TIB Dashboard.

For more information regarding the call for projects, contact your TIB Engineer.

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.