- Expand Federal Transportation Grant Opportunities
- Rebuilding American Infrastructure Sustainably and Equitably (RAISE) Grants
- Port Infrastructure Development Program Grants
- Bus & Bus Facilities Competitive Grants
- National Infrastructure Project Assistance (MEGA)
- Infrastructure for Rebuilding America Grant Program (INFRA)
- Safe Streets and Roads for All
- Rural Surface Transportation Program (RURAL)
- Reconnecting Communities and Neighborhoods Program (RCN)
- Bridge Investment Program (BIP)
- Railroad Crossing Elimination Program (RCE)
- Strengthening Mobility & Revolutionizing Transportation (SMART)
- Expand See Who Has Won Awards in Nebraska
- Low or No Emissions Program
- Promoting Resilient Operations for Transformative, Efficient, and Cost-Saving Transportation (PROTECT) Grants
- Thriving Communities Program (TCP) NOFO
- Regional Infrastructure Accelerators (RIA) Program
- Rural and Tribal Assistance Pilot Program
- Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Pilot Program
- Airport Terminal Program (ATP)
- Nationally Significant Federal Lands and Tribal Projects (NSFLTP) Program
- Thriving Communities Program (TCP) Call for Letters
The following is a list of projects in Nebraska awarded grant funds by USDOT under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, beginning in 2022.
City of York awarded $15.6M RAISE grant for Project Access York
City of Lincoln awarded $23.6M RAISE grant for StarTran’s bus transfer station
City of Bellevue awarded $440K Bridge Investment Program grant to replace Fort Crook Road Bridge
October 2022: Planning grant to help determine the timeline, total costs, and related issues to replace parallel bridges built in 1956 and 1973. More info available from USDOT.
$2.65M in Safe Streets and Roads for All grants awarded to 8 Nebraska communities
February 2023: The communities of Beatrice, Lincoln, Madison, Norfolk, North Platte, Sidney, Waverly, and the Omaha-Council Bluffs Metropolitan Area Planning Agency (MAPA) received individual awards ranging from $200K to $750K to assist in the development of Safety Action Plans focused on preventing death and serious injury on or along roadways. More info available from USDOT.
MAPA named as Thriving Communities Program recipient
April 2023: USDOT will provide two years of no-cost intensive technical assistance to help identify, develop, and deliver transportation projects along the North Freeway in Omaha that have long been burdened by the impacts of transportation bisection, displacement, and redlining of disadvantaged communities. More info available from USDOT.
Omaha Tribe of Nebraska awarded $2M RAISE grant
June 2023: Planning grant to complete planning and design for fifteen transportation improvements focused on vehicle and pedestrian safety, ADA compliance, connectivity, water runoff, erosion mitigation, and economic and housing access. More info available from USDOT.
City of Omaha receives $2M RAISE grant
June 2023: Planning grant to complete a planning study for Ames Avenue, from 72nd ST to Florence BLVD, to identify multimodal safety improvements. More info available from USDOT.