Area Transportation Partnerships (ATP)
The UMVRDC hosts an annual transportation public meeting to share and collect comments on the draft lists of projects from both ATPs.
To review the complete list of projects planned for construction this summer see the following maps:
To review the complete list of projects proposed for the entire ATP 12 county area between 2020-2023 see the following maps:
Southwest MN ATP – 8
(Lac qui Parle, Chippewa and Yellow Medicine Counties)
- Gary Johnson – Yellow Medicine County Commissioner
- Jim Dahlvang – Chippewa County Commissioner
- Andy Sanders – Yellow Medicine County Engineer
West Central MN ATP – 4
(Big Stone and Swift Counties)
- Rusty Dimberg – Big Stone County Township Association
Demonstration Project Guide: A Resource for the Development of Short Term, Low Cost, Temporary Roadway Projects to Promote and Advance Walking and Bicycling
MnDOT District 8 Freight Plan: The goal of the District 8 Freight Plan is to provide a clear understanding of the multimodal freight system, how local industries use the system and their needs and issues, so MnDOT can make more informed policy and programming decisions in the District.
SRTS Boost grants (now open! Application due Jan. 10)
Intended to boost local walking and bicycling efforts, SRTS Boost grants fund non-infrastructure strategies to help support current SRTS plans or programs.
SRTS Boost grants
Engineering Studies grant (now open! Application due Jan. 17)
SRTS engineering studies are intended to bridge the gap between potential safety strategies documented in a SRTS plan and implementation.
Engineering Studies grants
Department of Natural Resources (DNR): Grant funding for park and trail projects across Minnesota.
Outdoor Recreation Grant Program
Natural and Scenic Area Program
Federal Recreational Trail Program
Regional Trail Grant Program
Local Trail Connections Grant Program
Airport Infrastructure Renewal Program – DEED: The Airport Infrastructure Renewal (AIR) grant program is created to provide grants to counties, airport authorities, or cities to keep or enhance jobs in the area, increase the tax base, or expand or create new economic development.
Landscape Partnership Program – MnDOT
MnDOT is actively involved in roadside landscaping partnerships with communities and their volunteers, to help make the communities more aesthetically pleasing by designing the landscaping to match the context of the community and surrounding areas.
Application Deadline: Ongoing