The Federal SRTS Program is managed and administered by each state Department of Transportation (DOT), with funding allotted annually to each state in conjunction with Federal-aid highway apportionments.
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*Project Type Definitions
- Infrastructure — This includes, but is not limited to, sidewalk improvements; traffic calming and speed reduction improvements; pedestrian and bicycle crossing improvements; on-street bicycle facilities; off-street bicycle and pedestrian facilities; secure bicycle parking facilities; traffic diversion improvements in the vicinity of schools.
- Non-infrastructure — This includes, but is not limited to, the creation and reproduction of promotional and educational materials; bicycle and pedestrian safety curricula, materials and trainers; training, including SRTS training workshops that target school- and community-level audiences; modest incentives for SRTS contests, and incentives that encourage more walking and bicycling over time; data gathering, analysis, and evaluation reporting at the local project level; equipment and training needed for establishing crossing guard programs.
- Combined infrastructure and non-infrastructure — A project that combines infrastructure and non-infrastructure funding into a single award rather than making separate awards for each. These individual projects can include activities described in the Infrastructure and Non-infrastructure definitions listed above.
- Planning/Start-up — This includes, but is not limited to, assistance developing a comprehensive SRTS action plan setting up a SRTS program.