Fostering Innovation in Pedestrian and Bicycle Transportation Pooled Fund Study

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General Information
Study Number: TPF-5(370)
Lead Organization: Federal Highway Administration
Solicitation Number: 1441
Partners: CA, CO, DC, IADOT, KS, LA, MA, ME, MI, OH, TX, VA, WA, WI
Status: Cleared by FHWA
Est. Completion Date:
Contract/Other Number:
Last Updated: Mar 21, 2019
Contract End Date:
Financial Summary
Contract Amount:
Total Commitments Received: $945,000.00
100% SP&R Approval: Approved
Contact Information
Lead Study Contact(s): Darren Buck
Darren.Buck@dot.gov
Phone: 202-366-1362
FHWA Technical Liaison(s): Gary Jensen
Gary.Jensen@dot.gov
Phone: 202- 366-2048
Organization Year Commitments Technical Contact Name Funding Contact Name Contact Number Email Address
California Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Fouad Ziaa Sang Le 916-227-0701 sang.le@dot.ca.gov
California Department of Transportation 2019 $25,000.00 Fouad Ziaa Sang Le 916-227-0701 sang.le@dot.ca.gov
California Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Fouad Ziaa Sang Le 916-227-0701 sang.le@dot.ca.gov
California Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Fouad Ziaa Sang Le 916-227-0701 sang.le@dot.ca.gov
California Department of Transportation 2022 $25,000.00 Fouad Ziaa Sang Le 916-227-0701 sang.le@dot.ca.gov
Colorado Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Nate VanderBroek David Reeves 303-757-9518 david.reeves@state.co.us
Colorado Department of Transportation 2019 $25,000.00 Nate VanderBroek David Reeves 303-757-9518 david.reeves@state.co.us
Colorado Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Nate VanderBroek David Reeves 303-757-9518 david.reeves@state.co.us
District of Columbia Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Mike Goodno Stephanie Dock 202-671-1371 stephanie.dock@dc.gov
District of Columbia Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Mike Goodno Stephanie Dock 202-671-1371 stephanie.dock@dc.gov
District of Columbia Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Mike Goodno Stephanie Dock 202-671-1371 stephanie.dock@dc.gov
District of Columbia Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Mike Goodno Stephanie Dock 202-671-1371 stephanie.dock@dc.gov
District of Columbia Department of Transportation 2022 $0.00 Mike Goodno Stephanie Dock 202-671-1371 stephanie.dock@dc.gov
Iowa Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Milly Ortiz-Pagan Cheryl Cowie 515-239-1447 Cheryl.Cowie@iowadot.us
Iowa Department of Transportation 2019 $25,000.00 Milly Ortiz-Pagan Cheryl Cowie 515-239-1447 Cheryl.Cowie@iowadot.us
Iowa Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Milly Ortiz-Pagan Cheryl Cowie 515-239-1447 Cheryl.Cowie@iowadot.us
Kansas Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Matthew Messina David Behzadpour 785-291-3847 David.Behzadpour@ks.gov
Kansas Department of Transportation 2019 $25,000.00 Matthew Messina David Behzadpour 785-291-3847 David.Behzadpour@ks.gov
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development 2017 $25,000.00 Jessica DeVille Tyson Rupnow tyson.rupnow@la.gov
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development 2018 $25,000.00 Jessica DeVille Tyson Rupnow tyson.rupnow@la.gov
Maine Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Patrick Adams Dale Peabody 207- 624-3305 Dale.Peabody@maine.gov
Massachusetts Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Michelle Danila Patrick McMahon (857) 368-8863 Patrick.McMahon@dot.state.ma.us
Massachusetts Department of Transportation 2019 $25,000.00 Michelle Danila Patrick McMahon (857) 368-8863 Patrick.McMahon@dot.state.ma.us
Massachusetts Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Michelle Danila Patrick McMahon (857) 368-8863 Patrick.McMahon@dot.state.ma.us
Massachusetts Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Michelle Danila Patrick McMahon (857) 368-8863 Patrick.McMahon@dot.state.ma.us
Michigan Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Josh DeBruyn Michele Klein 517-335-6880 kleinm2@michigan.gov
Michigan Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Josh DeBruyn Michele Klein 517-335-6880 kleinm2@michigan.gov
Michigan Department of Transportation 2019 $25,000.00 Josh DeBruyn Michele Klein 517-335-6880 kleinm2@michigan.gov
Ohio Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Caitlin Harley Vicky Fout 614-466-3029 vicky.fout@dot.ohio.gov
Texas Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Bonnie Sherman Ned Mattila 512-416-4727 ned.mattila@txdot.gov
Virginia Department of Transportation 2019 $25,000.00 Peter Ohlms Bill Kelsh 434-293-1934 Bill.Kelsh@VDOT.Virginia.gov
Virginia Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Peter Ohlms Bill Kelsh 434-293-1934 Bill.Kelsh@VDOT.Virginia.gov
Washington State Department of Transportation 2018 $15,000.00 Charlotte Claybrooke Jon Peterson 360-705-7499 peterjn@wsdot.wa.gov
Washington State Department of Transportation 2019 $15,000.00 Charlotte Claybrooke Jon Peterson 360-705-7499 peterjn@wsdot.wa.gov
Washington State Department of Transportation 2020 $15,000.00 Charlotte Claybrooke Jon Peterson 360-705-7499 peterjn@wsdot.wa.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Jill Mrotek Glenzinski Ethan Severson 608-266-1457 ethanp.severson@dot.wi.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Jill Mrotek Glenzinski Ethan Severson 608-266-1457 ethanp.severson@dot.wi.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2019 $25,000.00 Jill Mrotek Glenzinski Ethan Severson 608-266-1457 ethanp.severson@dot.wi.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Jill Mrotek Glenzinski Ethan Severson 608-266-1457 ethanp.severson@dot.wi.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Jill Mrotek Glenzinski Ethan Severson 608-266-1457 ethanp.severson@dot.wi.gov

Study Description

Transportation agencies across the country are seeking ways to improve pedestrian and bicyclist safety and mobility. We have seen a rapid rise in the demand for research on a wide variety of pedestrian and bicycle issues in many different settings and situations. However, existing research programs that advance innovation, such as the National Cooperative Highway Research Program, cannot meet the growing needs for pedestrian and bicyclist research.

This TPF study will supplement existing research venues and fill an important missing gap by emphasizing short turnaround practical research on issues immediately relevant to practitioners. It will address national goals and priorities identified through input from local, State, and national partners in FHWA’s Strategic Agenda for Pedestrian and Bicycle Transportation.

It will focus on bicycle and pedestrian network planning, safety, design issues (e.g. design flexibility, developing crash modification factors, network connectivity), traffic control devices (e.g., experimenting on innovative markings, signals, and signs), and other relevant issues as designed by TPF participants (e.g., equity, trip data).

This TPF study is a collaborative effort from numerous FHWA offices, including the Office of Planning, Environment, and Realty; Office of Operations, Office of Operations Research and Development; Office of Safety, Office of Safety Research and Development (HRDS); Office of Infrastructure, Office of Highway Policy Information; and Office of Transportation Policy Studies. FHWA offices are coordinating to ensure that the TPF addresses cross cutting issues, recognizes research underway and planned, and does not duplicate other efforts.

Objectives

The overall goals for this Transportation Pooled Fund (TPF) study are to:

1. Provide answers to emerging questions about innovative facility design, planning, and implementation to improve safety and mobility for pedestrians and bicyclists.

2. Conduct effective and efficient research of innovative traffic control devices to accelerate their incorporation into the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD).

3. Facilitate the collection and reporting of robust transportation facility data that will allow for updating Federal, State, local, and other design guidelines, such as the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) design guides.

4. Support research on addressing rural multimodal transportation needs, regulatory streamlining, opportunities to improve cost effectiveness and efficiencies in the transportation system, and multimodal investment analysis.

Scope of Work

This TPF study will support research to test innovations on the ground and evaluate them for broader application. Topics to be addressed in the first 1-2 years of operation may include:

• Conducting research that will feed into the MUTCD experimentation process. For example tasks completed through the TPF could include research on bicyclist compliance and stopping placement in Two-Stage Turn Queue Boxes, bicycle symbols on signs (Turning Vehicles Yield to Pedestrians and Bikes), bicycle markings through intersections (chevrons), and green-back shared lane markings. Bicycle signal applications (protected vs. permitted phasing strategies) will also be considered.

• Evaluation of the pedestrian lane facility type identified in the Small Town and Rural Multimodal Networks report

• Evaluation of multimodal safety issues relating to clear zones on rural, suburban, and urban streets

• User testing of directional tiles/blocks to aid in wayfinding for people with visual disabilities (e.g. what surfaces are consistently detectable, proper placement so that consistent meaning is readily understood)

• Research on the economic benefits of pedestrian and bicycle investments

Additional topics may include:

• Developing crash modification factors and validating countermeasures for pedestrian and bicycle transportation facilities

• Incorporating multimodal network connectivity analysis and nonmotorized data in the metropolitan and statewide transportation planning processes, and evaluating equity and economic impacts of pedestrian and bicycle investments

• Supporting performance evaluation of infrastructure related applications of design flexibility

• Supporting efforts to document and maintain national data on pedestrian and bicycle activity and infrastructure

• Operations and safety analysis of two-way separated bike lanes at intersections

• Research on strategies for addressing rural multimodal transportation needs, regulatory streamlining, and opportunities to improve cost effectiveness and efficiencies in the transportation system

Comments

The pooled fund will provide a mechanism for Federal, State, regional, and local transportation agencies, academic institutions, foundations, private firms, and other stakeholders to collaboratively fund and implement pedestrian and bicycle research.

Individual tasks funded through the TPF will be contracted through existing FHWA Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contracts (task topic will determine which ID/IQ to use. The Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) for each project will be based on the issue area and the ID/IQ being used.

The status of commitments and research results and reports will be available on the Transportation Pooled Fund site and a page will be added to HEP’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Program page.

The TPF study will exist for the maximum allowed 5 years. The task Period of Performance for each individual task funded through the Pedestrian and Bicycle Transportation Pooled Fund Study is generally anticipated to take around 6-18 months; although some tasks may take longer.

The initial call for participants will close May 31, 2017 and there will be additional calls in years two and three.

Commitments Required (total cost of study):

$700,000 to initiate pooled fund.

DOT’s initial contribution target is $400,000. This reflects contributions from the FHWA Office of Planning, Environment, and Realty; Office of Operations, Office of Operations Research and Development; Office of Safety, Office of Safety Research and Development (HRDS); Office of Infrastructure, Office of Highway Policy Information; and Office of Transportation Policy Studies.

Minimum contribution is $25,000.

Individual projects funded by TPF to range from $50,000-$200,000.

The TPF is eligible for State Planning and Research (SPR) and Planning funds and there is a waiver for SPR match requirements.

Agencies contributing funds will be invited to participate in a Technical Advisory Committee.

Funds cannot be used for implementation or m

Documents Attached
Title File/Link Type Privacy Download
Approved Waiver Approval of SP&R Waiver Pooled Fund Solicitation #1441.pdf Memorandum Public
TPF-5(370) Acceptance Letter TPF-5(370) Acceptance Letter.pdf Memorandum Public
Quarterly Report July 2018 TPF Quarterly Report Form_Bicycle and Pedestrian Pooled Fund_July2018.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report October 2018 TPF Quarterly Report Form_Bicycle and Pedestrian Pooled Fund_October2018.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report January 2019 TPF Quarterly Report Form_Bicycle and Pedestrian Pooled Fund_Dec2018.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public

Fostering Innovation in Pedestrian and Bicycle Transportation Pooled Fund Study

General Information
Study Number: TPF-5(370)
Lead Organization: Federal Highway Administration
Solicitation Number: 1441
Partners: CA, CO, DC, IADOT, KS, LA, MA, ME, MI, OH, TX, VA, WA, WI
Status: Cleared by FHWA
Est. Completion Date:
Contract/Other Number:
Last Updated: Mar 21, 2019
Contract End Date:
Financial Summary
Contract Amount:
Total Commitments Received: $945,000.00
100% SP&R Approval:
Contact Information
Lead Study Contact(s): Darren Buck
Darren.Buck@dot.gov
Phone: 202-366-1362
FHWA Technical Liaison(s): Gary Jensen
Gary.Jensen@dot.gov
Phone: 202- 366-2048
Commitments by Organizations
Organization Year Commitments Technical Contact Name Funding Contact Name Contact Number Email Address
California Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Fouad Ziaa Sang Le 916-227-0701 sang.le@dot.ca.gov
California Department of Transportation 2019 $25,000.00 Fouad Ziaa Sang Le 916-227-0701 sang.le@dot.ca.gov
California Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Fouad Ziaa Sang Le 916-227-0701 sang.le@dot.ca.gov
California Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Fouad Ziaa Sang Le 916-227-0701 sang.le@dot.ca.gov
California Department of Transportation 2022 $25,000.00 Fouad Ziaa Sang Le 916-227-0701 sang.le@dot.ca.gov
Colorado Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Nate VanderBroek David Reeves 303-757-9518 david.reeves@state.co.us
Colorado Department of Transportation 2019 $25,000.00 Nate VanderBroek David Reeves 303-757-9518 david.reeves@state.co.us
Colorado Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Nate VanderBroek David Reeves 303-757-9518 david.reeves@state.co.us
District of Columbia Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Mike Goodno Stephanie Dock 202-671-1371 stephanie.dock@dc.gov
District of Columbia Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Mike Goodno Stephanie Dock 202-671-1371 stephanie.dock@dc.gov
District of Columbia Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Mike Goodno Stephanie Dock 202-671-1371 stephanie.dock@dc.gov
District of Columbia Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Mike Goodno Stephanie Dock 202-671-1371 stephanie.dock@dc.gov
District of Columbia Department of Transportation 2022 $0.00 Mike Goodno Stephanie Dock 202-671-1371 stephanie.dock@dc.gov
Iowa Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Milly Ortiz-Pagan Cheryl Cowie 515-239-1447 Cheryl.Cowie@iowadot.us
Iowa Department of Transportation 2019 $25,000.00 Milly Ortiz-Pagan Cheryl Cowie 515-239-1447 Cheryl.Cowie@iowadot.us
Iowa Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Milly Ortiz-Pagan Cheryl Cowie 515-239-1447 Cheryl.Cowie@iowadot.us
Kansas Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Matthew Messina David Behzadpour 785-291-3847 David.Behzadpour@ks.gov
Kansas Department of Transportation 2019 $25,000.00 Matthew Messina David Behzadpour 785-291-3847 David.Behzadpour@ks.gov
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development 2017 $25,000.00 Jessica DeVille Tyson Rupnow tyson.rupnow@la.gov
Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development 2018 $25,000.00 Jessica DeVille Tyson Rupnow tyson.rupnow@la.gov
Maine Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Patrick Adams Dale Peabody 207- 624-3305 Dale.Peabody@maine.gov
Massachusetts Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Michelle Danila Patrick McMahon (857) 368-8863 Patrick.McMahon@dot.state.ma.us
Massachusetts Department of Transportation 2019 $25,000.00 Michelle Danila Patrick McMahon (857) 368-8863 Patrick.McMahon@dot.state.ma.us
Massachusetts Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Michelle Danila Patrick McMahon (857) 368-8863 Patrick.McMahon@dot.state.ma.us
Massachusetts Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Michelle Danila Patrick McMahon (857) 368-8863 Patrick.McMahon@dot.state.ma.us
Michigan Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Josh DeBruyn Michele Klein 517-335-6880 kleinm2@michigan.gov
Michigan Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Josh DeBruyn Michele Klein 517-335-6880 kleinm2@michigan.gov
Michigan Department of Transportation 2019 $25,000.00 Josh DeBruyn Michele Klein 517-335-6880 kleinm2@michigan.gov
Ohio Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Caitlin Harley Vicky Fout 614-466-3029 vicky.fout@dot.ohio.gov
Texas Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Bonnie Sherman Ned Mattila 512-416-4727 ned.mattila@txdot.gov
Virginia Department of Transportation 2019 $25,000.00 Peter Ohlms Bill Kelsh 434-293-1934 Bill.Kelsh@VDOT.Virginia.gov
Virginia Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Peter Ohlms Bill Kelsh 434-293-1934 Bill.Kelsh@VDOT.Virginia.gov
Washington State Department of Transportation 2018 $15,000.00 Charlotte Claybrooke Jon Peterson 360-705-7499 peterjn@wsdot.wa.gov
Washington State Department of Transportation 2019 $15,000.00 Charlotte Claybrooke Jon Peterson 360-705-7499 peterjn@wsdot.wa.gov
Washington State Department of Transportation 2020 $15,000.00 Charlotte Claybrooke Jon Peterson 360-705-7499 peterjn@wsdot.wa.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2017 $25,000.00 Jill Mrotek Glenzinski Ethan Severson 608-266-1457 ethanp.severson@dot.wi.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2018 $25,000.00 Jill Mrotek Glenzinski Ethan Severson 608-266-1457 ethanp.severson@dot.wi.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2019 $25,000.00 Jill Mrotek Glenzinski Ethan Severson 608-266-1457 ethanp.severson@dot.wi.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2020 $25,000.00 Jill Mrotek Glenzinski Ethan Severson 608-266-1457 ethanp.severson@dot.wi.gov
Wisconsin Department of Transportation 2021 $25,000.00 Jill Mrotek Glenzinski Ethan Severson 608-266-1457 ethanp.severson@dot.wi.gov

Study Description

Study Description

Transportation agencies across the country are seeking ways to improve pedestrian and bicyclist safety and mobility. We have seen a rapid rise in the demand for research on a wide variety of pedestrian and bicycle issues in many different settings and situations. However, existing research programs that advance innovation, such as the National Cooperative Highway Research Program, cannot meet the growing needs for pedestrian and bicyclist research.

This TPF study will supplement existing research venues and fill an important missing gap by emphasizing short turnaround practical research on issues immediately relevant to practitioners. It will address national goals and priorities identified through input from local, State, and national partners in FHWA’s Strategic Agenda for Pedestrian and Bicycle Transportation.

It will focus on bicycle and pedestrian network planning, safety, design issues (e.g. design flexibility, developing crash modification factors, network connectivity), traffic control devices (e.g., experimenting on innovative markings, signals, and signs), and other relevant issues as designed by TPF participants (e.g., equity, trip data).

This TPF study is a collaborative effort from numerous FHWA offices, including the Office of Planning, Environment, and Realty; Office of Operations, Office of Operations Research and Development; Office of Safety, Office of Safety Research and Development (HRDS); Office of Infrastructure, Office of Highway Policy Information; and Office of Transportation Policy Studies. FHWA offices are coordinating to ensure that the TPF addresses cross cutting issues, recognizes research underway and planned, and does not duplicate other efforts.

Objectives

The overall goals for this Transportation Pooled Fund (TPF) study are to:

1. Provide answers to emerging questions about innovative facility design, planning, and implementation to improve safety and mobility for pedestrians and bicyclists.

2. Conduct effective and efficient research of innovative traffic control devices to accelerate their incorporation into the Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD).

3. Facilitate the collection and reporting of robust transportation facility data that will allow for updating Federal, State, local, and other design guidelines, such as the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) design guides.

4. Support research on addressing rural multimodal transportation needs, regulatory streamlining, opportunities to improve cost effectiveness and efficiencies in the transportation system, and multimodal investment analysis.

Scope of Work

This TPF study will support research to test innovations on the ground and evaluate them for broader application. Topics to be addressed in the first 1-2 years of operation may include:

• Conducting research that will feed into the MUTCD experimentation process. For example tasks completed through the TPF could include research on bicyclist compliance and stopping placement in Two-Stage Turn Queue Boxes, bicycle symbols on signs (Turning Vehicles Yield to Pedestrians and Bikes), bicycle markings through intersections (chevrons), and green-back shared lane markings. Bicycle signal applications (protected vs. permitted phasing strategies) will also be considered.

• Evaluation of the pedestrian lane facility type identified in the Small Town and Rural Multimodal Networks report

• Evaluation of multimodal safety issues relating to clear zones on rural, suburban, and urban streets

• User testing of directional tiles/blocks to aid in wayfinding for people with visual disabilities (e.g. what surfaces are consistently detectable, proper placement so that consistent meaning is readily understood)

• Research on the economic benefits of pedestrian and bicycle investments

Additional topics may include:

• Developing crash modification factors and validating countermeasures for pedestrian and bicycle transportation facilities

• Incorporating multimodal network connectivity analysis and nonmotorized data in the metropolitan and statewide transportation planning processes, and evaluating equity and economic impacts of pedestrian and bicycle investments

• Supporting performance evaluation of infrastructure related applications of design flexibility

• Supporting efforts to document and maintain national data on pedestrian and bicycle activity and infrastructure

• Operations and safety analysis of two-way separated bike lanes at intersections

• Research on strategies for addressing rural multimodal transportation needs, regulatory streamlining, and opportunities to improve cost effectiveness and efficiencies in the transportation system

Comments

The pooled fund will provide a mechanism for Federal, State, regional, and local transportation agencies, academic institutions, foundations, private firms, and other stakeholders to collaboratively fund and implement pedestrian and bicycle research.

Individual tasks funded through the TPF will be contracted through existing FHWA Indefinite Delivery/Indefinite Quantity (ID/IQ) contracts (task topic will determine which ID/IQ to use. The Contracting Officer’s Representative (COR) for each project will be based on the issue area and the ID/IQ being used.

The status of commitments and research results and reports will be available on the Transportation Pooled Fund site and a page will be added to HEP’s Pedestrian and Bicycle Program page.

The TPF study will exist for the maximum allowed 5 years. The task Period of Performance for each individual task funded through the Pedestrian and Bicycle Transportation Pooled Fund Study is generally anticipated to take around 6-18 months; although some tasks may take longer.

The initial call for participants will close May 31, 2017 and there will be additional calls in years two and three.

Commitments Required (total cost of study):

$700,000 to initiate pooled fund.

DOT’s initial contribution target is $400,000. This reflects contributions from the FHWA Office of Planning, Environment, and Realty; Office of Operations, Office of Operations Research and Development; Office of Safety, Office of Safety Research and Development (HRDS); Office of Infrastructure, Office of Highway Policy Information; and Office of Transportation Policy Studies.

Minimum contribution is $25,000.

Individual projects funded by TPF to range from $50,000-$200,000.

The TPF is eligible for State Planning and Research (SPR) and Planning funds and there is a waiver for SPR match requirements.

Agencies contributing funds will be invited to participate in a Technical Advisory Committee.

Funds cannot be used for implementation or m

Title File/Link Type Private
Approved Waiver Approval of SP&R Waiver Pooled Fund Solicitation #1441.pdf Memorandum Public
TPF-5(370) Acceptance Letter TPF-5(370) Acceptance Letter.pdf Memorandum Public
Quarterly Report July 2018 TPF Quarterly Report Form_Bicycle and Pedestrian Pooled Fund_July2018.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report October 2018 TPF Quarterly Report Form_Bicycle and Pedestrian Pooled Fund_October2018.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public
Quarterly Report January 2019 TPF Quarterly Report Form_Bicycle and Pedestrian Pooled Fund_Dec2018.pdf Quarterly Progress Report Public

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