Georgia DOT partners with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) in facilitating and providing an opportunity for local governments to pursue non-traditional transportation related activities such as pedestrian facilities, bicycle facilities, and pedestrian streetscaping projects. The Transportation Alternatives Program improves the quality of life for citizens in communities across the state by providing local governments the means to pursue projects that might not otherwise be possible.
Please complete the TA application for the FY 24 Call for Projects. The application submittal period is July 3, 2023 until September 1, 2023.
A total of nine Transportation Alternatives (TA) Program grants totaling over $4.5 million were awarded for the development of multi-use trails, sidewalk improvements, bicycle, and pedestrian facilities, and streetscape improvements across Georgia.
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Any other local or regional governmental entity with responsibility for oversight of transportation or recreational trails (other than a MPO or a State agency that the State determines to be eligible)
Pedestrian and Bicycle Facilities
Safe Routes to School Program
Applicants must demonstrate the following: