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Planning and Development
Planning & Development
2019-2022 Regional Travel Options Grants
Deadline  3/31/2020
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Grant Application Handbook  [hide this]
Sponsorships are currently open and accepting submissions. All other grant categories are closed at this time. See the Grant Application Handbook for the full application schedule. The Grant Application Handbook contains all the information needed to complete a 2019-2022 RTO grant application. RTO recommends using the handbook as a guide while filling out the application. For troubleshooting in ZoomGrants, use the Help button at the top of the page. For more information or individual assistance with the grant application, click the Contact Admin tab to send an email, or contact RTO at rto@oregonmetro.gov or 503-797-1757.

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DescriptionFile NameDate UploadedFile Type
Indirect Cost Rate Negotiation Reference indirectcostnegotiationreferenceFINAL.pdf 11/13/2018 11:35:46 AM PDF
Federal Match Calculator FederalMatchCalculator.xls 12/3/2018 10:09:15 AM XLS


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An estimated total of $6.6 million in Federal Transit Administration (FTA) funding is available from the RTO program to support projects carried out by regional partners from July 2019 through June 2022. Because funding comes from federal sources, there are certain requirements that applicants must meet to be eligible to receive funding. Government agencies, colleges, universities, public school districts or schools (K-8), and non-profit organizations are eligible to apply for an RTO grant.
Private, for-profit organizations are not eligible to directly receive FTA funding.
During the grant cycle, grantees must:
Deliver projects or programs within the agreed-upon scope, timeline, and budget
Provide a minimum match of 10.27% of the total project amount
Submit progress reports each quarter using consistent reporting methods and a separate final report that summarizes the grant activity and results
Exclusions can be found in the Grant Application Handbook.
All applicants must also have or obtain a DUNS number, free from fedgov.dnb.com/webform/index.jsp.
Note: It is possible that a DUNS number or IDN may not be in the SAM search site or IRS select check site. The search sites are only as good as the data provided, and some organizations may not have allowed their records to be publicly available. The SAM and IRS sites are simply courtesy tools, and they will not impact the ability to apply for a grant or submit an application.

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This is the requested RTO grant funds. This amount should be no more than 89.73% percent of the total project costs and should not include match.
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