Safe Routes to School -
Statewide Funded Projects List
The Federal SRTS Program provides Federal-aid highway funds to State Departments of Transportation (DOTs) solely for the purpose of SRTS infrastructure and non-infrastructure projects, and to administer state SRTS programs that benefit elementary and middle school children in grades K-8. Missouri's SRTS Program is administered by MoDOT, however these funds cannot be used for road or bridge type projects. The SRTS program is focused on providing safety improvements, ADA improvements, safety education and encouragement for grade school (K-8) children to be able to walk to school safely.
Northeast Area funded projects
These projects are in the design phases and will be under construction in
City of Canton - Safe Routes to School Sidewalks - $232,549 - News Release
City of Kirksville - LaHarpe Street Safe Routes to School - $250,000 - News Release
City of Warrenton - 2012 Infrastructure - $241,080.52 - News Release
City of Kirksville - Kirksville Walking School Bus - $13,100 - News Release
Federal Enhancement Program Dedicates $1.4 million to MoDOT's Northeast District
- UNDER CONSTRUCTION - City of Moberly Receives $274,200 in Grant Funds for McKinsey Street Sidewalk Improvements Project - News Release
- IN DESIGN PHASE - City of Mexico Receives $149,300 in Grant Funds for South Morris and Monroe Street Sidewalk Projects - News Release
- IN DESIGN PHASE - City of New Cambria Receives $223,000 in Grant Funds for MO 149 Sidewalk Enhancement Project - News Release
- COMPLETED - City of Kirksville Receives $415,000 in Grant Funds for Franklin Streetscape Project - News Release
- IN DESIGN PHASE - City of Old Monroe Receives $240,000 in Grant Funds for Downtown Streetscape Project - News Release
- CONSTRUCTION SPRING 2014 - City of Clarksville Receives $59,544 in Grant Funds for Sidewalk Improvement Project along Route 79 - News Release
Please contact your local representatives for more information:
Ron Watts at 660-385-8218
Robert Manzke at 573-248-2634
FHWA Grant Programs
FHWA Home Page
TIGER FY 2014 Discretionary Grant Program - Applicatons due by April 28, 2014
Enacted FY 2014 Appropriations Bill Includes $600 Million TIGER Program
On January 17th, 2014, the President signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2014. The bill funds much of the federal government for fiscal year 2014 activities, including a $600 million authorization for National Infrastructure Investments, referred to by DOT as TIGER Discretionary Grants.
Local Programs provide federal funding to cities and counties for their transportation improvements. Please refer to Local Public Agency in MoDOT's policy guide, for more information on utilizing federal funding through several programs.
Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP)
MAP-21 established a new program to provide for a variety of alternative transportation projects, including many that were previously eligible activities under separately funded programs. The TAP replaces the funding from pre-MAP-21 programs including Transportation Enhancements, Recreational Trails, Safe Routes to School, and Scenic Byways, wrapping them into a single funding source.
Off-System Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation (BRO)
This program provides funding to counties for replacement or rehabilitation of deficient bridges.
On-System Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation (BRM)
This program provides funding through a competitive selection process for replacement or rehabilitation of deficient bridges.
Surface Transportation Program (STP)
- Large Urban - This program provides funding for transportation facilities within the Transportation Management Areas of Kansas City, Springfield and St. Louis.
- Small Urban - This program provides funding for transportation facilities within urban areas with an urban cluster population greater than 5,000.
The Missouri Byways Program is a statewide partnership designed to provide recreational, educational and economic benefits to Missourians through the designation, interpretation, protection, promotion and infrastructure development of outstanding routes in Missouri, which contain exceptional examples of any of the following six intrinsic qualities: cultural, historical, archeological, natural, scenic and recreational. The Missouri Byways Program is also a part of a national program consisting of All-American roads, national scenic byways and state scenic byways.
Local Public Agency Land Acquisition
Specific detailed procedures concerning the acquisition of land for road and bridge improvement projects administered by a local public agency are contained in Local Public Agency Land Acquisition.
LPA Basic Training -
Local Public Agency Training for Certified Person in Responsible Charge
Classes offered at MoDOT NE District office in Hannibal:
AUGUST 26TH , 2014 – 8 AM to NOON OR
AUGUST 27TH, 2014 – 8 AM to NOON
REGISTRATION FORM FOR HANNIBAL
MODOT NE District Office
1711 S. Highway 61, Hannibal, MO
• Local Public Agency Policy
Boonslick Regional Planning Commission
Lincoln, Montgomery, and Warren
Mark Twain Regional Council of Governments
Audrain, Macon, Marion, Monroe, Ralls, Randolph, Pike and Shelby
Northeast Missouri Regional Planning Commission
Adair, Clark, Knox, Lewis, Schuyler, and Scotland
More Planning Commissions
Highway User Revenue - Local Government Distribution - Fiscal Year 2013
2014 - 2017 LPA Consultant On-Call List
Commonly Used Forms
District Planning Manager
Clark, Lewis, Lincoln, Marion, Montgomery, Pike, Ralls and Warren Counties
Adair, Audrain, Knox, Macon, Monroe, Randolph, Schuyler, Scotland and Shelby Counties
Bridge Inspections - Off System Bridges