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Big Yellow School Bus provides $200 grants to help schools meet the transportation costs of educational field trips to non-profit cultural institutions and activities in the arts, sciences, and humanities across Massachusetts.
Eligible Applicants: K-12 schools in Massachusetts
The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) provides financial assistance to states through a number of programs to develop new transit systems and improve, maintain, and operate existing systems.
Eligible Applicants: include municipalities and regional transit authorities
The MassWorks Infrastructure Program provides a one-stop shop for municipalities and other eligible public entities seeking public infrastructure funding to support economic development and job creation.
A consolidation of six former grant programs:
- Public Works Economic Development (PWED),
- Community Development Action Grant (CDAG),
- Growth Districts Initiative (GDI) Grant Program,
- Massachusetts Opportunity Relocation and Expansion Program (MORE),
- Small Town Rural Assistance Program (STRAP),
- Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Program
For public infrastructure to support:
- Economic development and job creation and retention,
- Housing development at density of at least 4 units to the acre (both market and affordable units),
- Transportation improvements to enhancing safety in small, rural communities
Eligible Applicants: municipalities and other public agencies with a charter that enables them to accept state grants on behalf of the municipality
Transportation Improvement Program (TIP)
The State Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) is a Federally mandated prioritized listing of highway, bridge, intermodal and transit projects expected to be undertaken during the next four federal fiscal years
Eligible Participants: includes municipalities
Eligible Applicants: municipalities and regional authorities