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Oklahoma DOT awards $7.5M to 21 alternative transportation projects

Oklahoma DOT awards $7.5M to 21 alternative transportation projects

Transportation Today
BY MELINA DRUGA  |   MARCH 7, 2019  

The Oklahoma Transportation Commission approved $7.5 million to be awarded to 21 local projects Monday as part of the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP). Projects are outside of the Oklahoma City and Tulsa metro areas and have populations of 5,000 or less.

TAP is federally funded through the Federal Highway Administration and administered by the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT). Applicants must fund at least 20 percent of the total cost of the projects while federal funding is up to 80 percent.

TAP provides funding for programs and projects defined as transportation alternatives such as streetscapes, historical preservation, environmental projects, pedestrian and bicycle trails, sidewalks, and safe routes to schools... FULL ARTICLE

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