FY2023 Traffic Engineering Assistance Program (TEAP)

Award Announcement

 

MoDOT’s LPA Program is pleased to announce the FY 2022 TEAP Project Awards.  This year, 21 applications were submitted requesting nearly $245,000, with available funding limited to $150,000. 

The Traffic Engineering Assistance Program (TEAP) allows local public agencies (LPA) to receive engineering assistance for studying local traffic engineering issues. LPAs awarded TEAP funding must utilize the LPA On-Call Consultant List for consultant services.

Local public agencies are reimbursed for eligible project costs at a rate of 80 percent with the local agency providing a 20-percent match.  Funds administered by MoDOT will provide 80 percent of the TEAP project costs, up to $12,000 per project. If the total cost is greater than $12,000, the local agency can pay more than 20 percent to complete the TEAP project.

All awarded project sponsors will receive an official email from MoDOT informing them of the next steps in the TEAP process. 

 

2023 Traffic Engineering Assistance Program - Funded Projects

Local Agency

Awarded Amount

Type of Project

City of Kirksville

$12,000.00

Crosswalk Evaluation

City of Mexico

$12,000.00

Clark Street Corridor

City of Moberly

$11,944.00

Industrial Park/Intersection Study

City of Excelsior Springs

$12,000.00

US Hwy 69 intersections

City of Holden

$8,000.00

MO 131 and 9th St to MO 58, and S Main Street to 9th St

City of Independence

$12,000.00

Noland Road & 35th St

City of Sedalia

$12,000.00

Engineer Ave from 7th St to Reine Rd

Cole County

$12,000.00

ADA Transition Plan

City of Fulton

$12,000.00

Street & Intersection Safety Study

City of St. Peters

$12,000.00

Capacity and safety improvement study McClay Rd/Harvester Rd and McClay Rd/Jungermann Rd

City of Webb City

$12,000.00

Street inventory and pavement condition assessment- City roads

Webster County

$12,000.00

Intersection study- Iron Mountain Rd at RT PP

City of Jackson

$12,000.00

Main St. Corridor Pedestrian Safety Study