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Local Bridges Fund

 

FY 2023 Grant Solicitation Announcement– Local Bridge Funds
Murphy Administration announces $47.3 million in FY23 Local Bridge Funds
Application Deadline FY 2023: November 29, 2022

NJDOT Announced the grant solicitation period for Fiscal Year 2023 Local Bridge Funds program is open. Starting October 4, 2022, applications will be accepted in PMRS for Local Bridge Funds program through November 29,2022

Grant Announcement: Local Bridge Fund FY 2022

The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT), Local Bridges Fund program provides funds for the improvement of county jurisdiction bridges. As part of its Statewide Capital Investment Strategy, the NJDOT is focusing on preventive maintenance, rehabilitation and selective replacement of bridges. This program was initiated in recognition of funding needs that goes beyond what is currently available at the local level.

The NJDOT has allotted $47.3 million per year in its Transportation Capital Program for this program for next 7 years. It is funded through the Transportation Trust Fund and was implemented in FY 2009. It provides 100% state funding.

NJDOT announces annually the availability of grant funds to counties. The county must prepare a standard Local Aid Application through System for Administering Grants Electronically (SAGE), outlining the intended use of the funds.

The Program is managed by both the Division of Local Aid and the Bureau of Structural Engineering. It is recommended that applicants copnsult with the Manager of Bureau of Structural Engineering to determine project eligibility for funding.

All applications are reviewed, evaluated and prioritized by the Bureau of Structural Engineering and a recommendation for final approval is made by the Commissioner of Transportation. The Division of Local Aid administers the projects once they are selected.

Additional detailed information can be found in the Local Bridges Program Description and Procedures (pdf 569k).

You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the PDF files which is available at our state Adobe Acrobat Access page.


Last updated date: February 26, 2020 2:37 PM