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Transportation Alternatives (TA) Program

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. TA 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.

 FY 23 Call for Projects

TAP Application​​​​​​

Application & Guidelines

Please read the TA guidelines and complete the application for the FY 23 Call for Projects. The application submittal period is May 2, 2022 until June 17, 2022.

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TAP Grant Awards​​​​​​

FY 2022 Awarded Projects

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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The TA call for projects is limited to areas of the state with population less than or equal to 200,000 (areas outside TMA boundaries).  If you reside within one of the highlighted TMA areas, please contact your Transportation Management Area. Below is a map showing TMA boundaries in Georgia to assist applicants in determining eligibility:


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Applicants must demonstrate the following:

  • The project is financially feasible
  • Capacity of providing required matching funds, completing the project and planning for its ongoing maintenance of required items
  • The Local Public Agency must be adequately staffed and suitably equipped to undertake and satisfactorily complete the project
  • The Local Public Agency must provide a full-time employee to be in responsible charge of the project
  • While not required, LAP certification is encouraged and will be given priority for TA funding
  • The LAP Manual and additional information and assistance regarding LAP Certification can be found at www.dot.ga.gov/PS/Local/LAP

 ‭(Hidden)‬ Submissions

Applications are accepted by Georgia DOT’s Office of Program Delivery.  Those projects meeting the state and federal requirements will be prioritized, evaluated, scored and ranked. 

Submit Application (Attach completed form to email submittal).

DEADLINE: Applications must be submitted by June 15, 2019.

 Program Info

Authorized Applicants

Funding Requirements

Eligible Projects

 Contact Information

Please submit your comments and questions about the TA program to TApapplications@dot.ga.gov