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Traffic safety grants

You can find grants offered by the Office of Grants and Research's Highway Safety Division listed below

FFY 2019 MA Traffic Records AGF for Traffic Safety Information Systems Improvement Grant

The Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS), Office of Grants and Research (OGR) is pleased to announce the availability of up to $375,000 in federal funding for grants to improve traffic safety information systems.

Funding for this grant program is being made available to EOPSS from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) through a grant award administered by the OGR’s Highway Safety Division (HSD).  Grant awards will be contingent on the availability of adequate federal funds

Eligibility

Units of state and local government or not-for-profit organizations with a public purpose are eligible to apply for this funding.

 

Key Documents

FFY 2019 MA Traffic Records Availability of Grant Funding (AGF) for Traffic Safety Information Systems Improvement (TSISI) Grant

FFY 2019 MA Traffic Records TSISI Grant Application

 

Other documents needed for the application is provided below in the Additional Resources section.

Additional Resources for FFY 2019 MA Traffic Records AGF for Traffic Safety Information Systems Improvement Grant

FFY 2019 Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Grant Program

The Executive Office of Public Safety and Security (EOPSS), Office of Grants and Research (OGR) is pleased to announce the availability of up to $700,000 in federal funding for grants to improve pedestrian and bicyclist safety via overtime enforcement of traffic laws applicable to pedestrians and bicyclists, educational materials, and safety items for public distribution.

Funding for this program is being made available to EOPSS from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) via a grant award administered by the OGR’s Highway Safety Division (HSD).  Grant awards will be contingent on the availability of adequate federal funds.


Eligible Applicants

All municipal law enforcement agencies within the Commonwealth are eligible to apply. 

 

Key Dates

Application Posted:                             October 17, 2018

Application Deadline:                          November 15, 2018 @ 4:00 PM 

Tentative Award Announcements:      December 2018

Tentative Grant Period:                      January 1- September 30, 2019

 

Required Documents:

FFY 2019 Pedestrian and Bicycle AGF
FFY 2019 Pedestrian and Bicycle Grant Application
Authorized Signatory Form
Risk Assessment Form


For questions pertaining to this program, please contact Christina Hernandez, HSD Program Coordinator, at christina.hernandez@mass.gov.

FFY 2019 Sustained Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP)

The Executive Office of Public Safety and Security, Office of Grants and Research, Highway Safety Division (EOPSS/OGR/HSD) announces the availability of approximately $1,225,000 in federal grant funding in Federal Fiscal Year 2019 for sixteen eligible municipal police departments within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for sustained high-visibility traffic enforcement. 

Eligibility

FFY 2019 STEP Eligible Departments and Maximum Award Amounts

Key Dates

Application Posted: October 17, 2018
Application Deadline: November 23, 2018 at 4:00PM
Award Announcements:         Upon approval of application and written notification from EOPSS/OGR/HSD
Grant Period: Concludes on September 30, 2019

For questions pertaining to this grant program, please contact Deb Firlit, HSD Program Coordinator, at deborah.firlit@mass.gov.

Key Documents:

FFY 2019 STEP AGF
FFY 2019 STEP Scope of Services

Required Documents:

FFY 2019 STEP Application
OGR Subrecipient Grant Conditions
Authorized Signatory Form
Federal Funding Accountability and Transparency Act (FFATA)
A-133 Form
Risk Assessment Form

 

Additional Resources for FFY 2019 Sustained Traffic Enforcement Program (STEP)

FFY 2019 Traffic Enforcement and Equipment (TE&E) Grant Program

The Executive Office of Public Safety and Security, Office of Grants and Research, Highway Safety Division (EOPSS/OGR/HSD) announces the availability of approximately $2,500,000 in federal grant funding in Federal Fiscal Year 2019 for eligible municipal police departments within the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for high-visibility traffic enforcement and traffic safety equipment. 

Eligibility

FFY 2019 TE&E Eligibility List and Budget Schedule

Key Dates

Application Posted: October 9, 2018
Application Deadline: November 6, 2018 at 4:00PM
Award Announcements:       Upon approval of application and written notification from EOPSS/OGR/HSD
Grant Period: The TE&E Grant concludes on September 30, 2019

This grant provides funding for eligible departments to participate in four traffic enforcement campaign periods which may contain a required national HVE mobilization. Additionally, this grant allows for the purchase of equipment after specific requirements have been met. Please refer to the AGF for complete details. 

Reporting Forms

FFY 2019 Winter Impaired Driving Enforcement Reporting Form

For questions pertaining to this grant program, please contact Richard Valeri, HSD Program Coordinator, at richard.valeri@mass.gov

The required documents needed to complete the application process for the grant program are:

These required documents are also available below if you encounter difficulty downloading the above documents. 

Additional Resources for FFY 2019 Traffic Enforcement and Equipment (TE&E) Grant Program

FFY 2020 General Traffic Safety Grant Funding Application

In an effort to further promote traffic safety across the Commonwealth, the Office of Grants and Research allows interested organizations to submit a General Traffic Safety Grant Funding Application to apply for funding of a potential traffic safety-related project they have designed or developed. If interested in having a project considered for funding, interested applicants must fill out the funding application provided below.

FFY 2020 General Traffic Safety Grant Funding Application

 

Additional Resources for FFY 2020 General Traffic Safety Grant Funding Application

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