Department of Transportation

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County Aid

FY 2024 Grant Solicitation – County Aid
Murphy Administration announces $161.25 million in FY24 County Aid
Application Deadline FY 2024: December 1, 2023

NJDOT Announced the grant solicitation period for Fiscal Year 2024 County Aid program is open. Starting August 1, 2023, applications will be accepted in PMRS for County Aid program through December 1,2023

Amendments have been made for grant recipients of Transportation Trust Fund funds.  An Act concerning transportation projects funded through the Local Aid Program have been made in effect for the FY2020 County Aid program in accordance with Senate bill No.S2863.

County Aid funds are appropriated by the Legislature annually for the improvement of public roads and bridges under county jurisdiction. Public transportation and other transportation projects are also included.

Annually July 31st each year each county will be advised of the amount of county local aid funds allotted for the current State fiscal year. Counties are required to submit their applications online using System for Administering Grants Electronically (SAGE). Submissions shall be made by December 1st of each year.

Each county must develop an Annual Transportation Program (ATP). In accordance with the County Aid regulations N.J.A.C. 16:20A-6.2, the ATP shall list a pool of eligible projects by name and location, including municipality, with a brief description of each project, project limits and an estimate of the construction cost. The total cost of the pool of projects may exceed the amount of county local aid funds available. The ATP shall be approved by the appropriate county governing body before submission to the Department for final approval and shall include a certification that allotted funds will only be spent on eligible costs for projects set forth in the county's approved ATP.

Each project advancing in an approved ATP must be established by the county in SAGE in accordance with the County Aid regulations N.J.A.C. 16:20A.  Instructions on how to advance projects can be found here (Phase II PP Presentation coming shortly)

NJDOT is requiring an annual report on the expenditure of funds. The annual report must be submitted by December 31 of each year in accordance with County Aid regulations N.J.A.C. 16:20A. County's progress in expending its allotment of local aid will be measured on an annual basis using the information contained in this report.

Additional detailed information can be found in the State Aid Handbook.

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Last updated date: February 13, 2020 8:07 AM