The Transit Program is responsible for the distribution and oversight of the Federal Transit Administration (FTA) grants authorized under the FAST Act.


FY 2022 Call for Projects

Georgia DOT is pleased to announce the FY 2022 Call for Projects for transit funding under the following Federal Transit Administration’s (FTA’s) programs:

  • Section 5303 Metropolitan Planning Program
  • Section 5304 Statewide Planning Program
  • Section 5307 Formula Grants for Small Urban Transit Program
  • Section 5311 Formula Grants for Rural Areas Program
  • Section 5339 Formula Grants for Program Bus and Bus Facilities Infrastructure Investments Program

Eligible recipients include states and federally recognized Indian Tribes, state or local government authorities, nonprofit organizations, and operators of public transportation services. Eligible activities include planning, operating, and capital assistance, job access and reverse commute projects, mobility management activities, and the acquisition of public transportation services.

The deadline for completed applications is December 7, 2020. Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.

This year, applications will be submitted online in the Blackcat Transit Management System at Blackcat login invitation emails will be sent to key contacts for the transit agencies that contract directly with GDOT as subrecipients. For new applicants, please contact your GDOT Transit Project Manager to request access to the system.

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