Tribal Transformation Safety and Planning Program

News and Annoucements

CALTRANS
Draft FY 19-20 Sustainable Communities, Strategic Partnerships, and Adaptation Planning Grant Application Forms and Required Templates
Caltrans staff thanks all who provided feedback on the subject draft grant materials. The draft application forms and required templates are posted on the grants website at:http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/tpp/grants.html
Applicants are encouraged to use these materials, as they are very close to being final and Caltrans staff do not anticipate any major changes.  The purpose of posting these draft materials is to provide applicants with as much information as possible, in anticipation of the short application period.  
Also posted on the website are the Senate Bill 1 Planning Grant Guides Workshopswere on September 25 and 26, 2018.  

Anticipated deadline for grant applications is Novenber 30, 2018
If you have any questions, please contact the appropriate Caltrans staff person:
Sustainable Communities
•              Erin Thompson, Erin.Thompson@dot.ca.gov, or
•              Priscilla Martinez-Velez, Priscilla.Martinez-Velez@dot.ca.gov
Adaptation Planning
•              Julia Biggar, Julia.Biggar@dot.ca.gov, or
•              Alexandra Doerr, Alexandra.Doerr@dot.ca.gov


SAVE THE DATE
2019 California Transportation Planning Conference
Partnering for Sustainable Transportation: Navigating California's Changing Landscape

February 25 - 27, 2019: Westin San Diego
400 W Broadway, San Diego, California, 92101
For more information go to: http://dot.ca.gov/transplanning/2019ctpc.html

Interactive E-map Showing Regional Boundaries of Public Lands Team Partner Agencies

The Volpe Center developed this map to help its staff as well as partners work across agencies and understand the relevant regional context and contacts for collaborative, multi-agency work. To view the map go to: https://volpeusdot.github.io/PLT-Web-Map/
Source code available at https://github.com/VolpeUSDOT/PLT-Web-MapPan the map to see more U.S. states and territories.

Federal Transit Administration (FTA)
Transit Asset Management (TAM) for Tribes
If your agency is an American Indian tribal transportation provider, then you are a Tier II provider. TAM requirements for Tier II providers, including tribes, are the same. However, tribes face different circumstances and community needs that will affect how they meet the basic requirements of the TAM rule. To visit the website go to: https://www.transit.dot.gov/TAM/Tribes.