ConnDOT: Section 5310 Program - Enhanced Mobility for Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities

Bureau of Public Transportation


Enhanced Mobility for Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities

Federal Transit Administration Section 5310 Grant Program

 
Welcome!

The recent Section 5310 grant application cycle using funds from Federal Fiscal Year 2017 has concluded. The Connecticut Department of Transportation (CTDOT) has received applications totaling more than $6 million in requested funding and is currently in the process of reviewing and ranking applications, in coordination with the Regional Planning Organizations.

Projects will be selected for inclusion in the Departmentís grant proposal to the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) in June 2018. Applicants will receive notification of inclusion in or exclusion from the grant proposal shortly thereafter. Once FTA approves the grant, an official Award Notice will be posted to the Public on the Stateís BizNet portal, likely in the Fall of 2018.

Projects and applicants that were included in the Departmentís grant proposal from the previous funding cycle, using funds from Federal Fiscal Year 2016, are expected to be notified soon upon FTA approval.

The next opportunity to apply for funding will be announced at the end of calendar year 2018. Please check this website for updates.

Program Overview

Section 5310 is a federal grant program intended to improve mobility for seniors and individuals with disabilities by removing barriers to transportation service and expanding transportation mobility options.
 
It supports transportation services planned, designed and carried out to meet the special transportation needs of seniors and individuals with disabilities in all areas of Connecticut and provides funding for both traditional capital investment and nontraditional investment beyond the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) complementary paratransit services.

The Section 5310 grant program is open to private nonprofit organizations, states or local government authorities, and operators of public transportation. Typical projects include the purchase of accessible vehicles, mobility management programs, travel voucher programs, and operating support of volunteer driver programs or demand response services.

For more information about the grant program, please click on the links below.


 
 


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