ADOT Grant Coordination Group

Grant Opportunities

ADOT’s Grant Coordination group initiates, prepares and submits all grant applications for ADOT projects, assists local partners in submitting their applications that must be submitted through ADOT, and are available to assist partners with the applications they submit directly.

Various federal agencies periodically publish their Notice of Funding Opportunities (NOFO) for transportation related programs and projects. Most grant opportunities require cost sharing from non-federal sources and are highly competitive. To be informed of federal grant opportunities, register at grants.gov.

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ADOT’s Grant Coordination group initiates, prepares and submits all grant applications for ADOT projects, assists local partners in submitting their applications that must be submitted through ADOT, and are available to assist partners with the applications they submit directly.

Various federal agencies periodically publish their Notice of Funding Opportunities (NOFO) for transportation related programs and projects. Most grant opportunities require cost sharing from non-federal sources and are highly competitive. To be informed of federal grant opportunities, register at grants.gov.

As of April 4, 2022, USDOT is using Unique Entity Identifier (UEI) instead of previously used Data Universal Numbering System (DUNS). All applicants must obtain a UEI through sam.gov to apply for grant opportunities in grants.gov.

For any grant application support, it is recommended that early communication with the Grant Coordinator is made, and a completed ADOT Grant Coordination Support Request Form is submitted at least 30 days before the grant deadline.

Visit Local Partner Grant Support for more information or view our Frequently Asked Questions.

See Also:

Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA)