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LHTAC has Additional FY2017 LHSIP Funding Available

Posted By Administration, Thursday, October 13, 2016

One-Time Special Application
Submittal Deadline: November 4, 2016

Due to an increase in available federal dollars, LHTAC has been authorized to distribute an additional $2.5M of the state HSIP funds through the Local Highway Safety Improvement Program (LHSIP), a program administered through LHTAC. This increase is a one-time allotment specifically designated for expenditure on FY 2017 LHSIP projects. Eligibility for the LHSIP is based on Local Highway Jurisdictions (LHJs) with a Fatal and Serious Injury (Type A) crash from 2011-2015. LHJs with at least one Serious Injury (Type A) or Fatal crash over the last five years are eligible to apply. LHJs that qualify for this additional funding will be identified by LHTAC and notified. Depending on the type of project a local match may be required, not to exceed 7.34%.

Projects funded by this additional one-time funding application will need to have construction dollars obligated on or before August 1, 2017. To insure this, Plans, Specifications, and Estimate (PS&E) submittals for these project will be required to be submitted to LHTAC by July 1, 2017.

Additional information on this FY17 LHSIP One-Time Funding can be found below in the application packet or on the LHSIP page on our website www.lhtac.org.

LHTAC FY17 LHSIP One-Time Funding Application Packet(PDF)

 

LHSIP funds can be used for design and/or construction. Due to the compressed design time frame for projects that will receive thisone-time funding, submitted applications will also be considered as FY 2019 scheduled LHSIP application submittals (due January 19, 2017). LHJs that submit an application for this one-time funding are still eligible to submit FY 2019 LHSIP applications. LHTAC will evaluate each application to determine the feasibility of completing the design phase within the constrained window of time.

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