FHWA Freight Funding Opportunity

Posted on: June 18th, 2012 by Carrie Kissel

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has released a request for applications (RFA) for the “Off Hours Freight Delivery Pilot Project,” which is directed at reducing congestion in small and medium-sized urban areas.  A total of $450,000 in funding is available, with a maximum award of $150,000 with a 50 percent cost share.  Projects are intended to improve freight flows and have positive impacts on air quality, environmental justice, sustainability and livability or urban areas.  FHWA has engaged contractor support to assist awardees with a webpage and print publications to facilitate outreach to public and private sector stakeholders to implement the program.  Applications are due July 13, 2012, and questions about the RFA must be submitted by June 28, 2012 to Eric Robinson (202.366.5507, [email protected] (eric NULL.robinson null@null dot NULL.gov)) or Carl Rodriguez (202.366.4240, [email protected] (carl NULL.rodriguez null@null dot NULL.gov)).  For the full RFA, visit www.nado.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/off-peak-delivery-RFA.pdf.

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