Transportation Infrastructure Resiliency Fund Grants 2022
Emergency Management Transportation Infrastructure Resiliency Fund
Eligible applicants are invited to apply for transportation grants through the Emergency Management Transportation Infrastructure Resiliency Fund allocated as a part of the 2021 state budget.
Eligible applicants are state agencies, units of local government and nonprofit corporation to facilitate transportation resilience against natural disasters. Total available funding for this grant program is $15 million with the anticipated number of grants available between five and 30. Projects can be 100% funded with no cost share and are paid on a reimbursement basis.
Applications must be submitted in full to NCEMLTR.email@example.com no later than 5 pm on 31 March 2022.
Funds can be used for:
- Projects that update and prepare transportation infrastructure for storms, mudslides, and flooding events taking projections of future risk into consideration.
- Risk assessments for critical transportation routes, building on existing and future reports such as the I-95 and I-40 Flood Resilience Feasibility Study.
- Creating community-informed flood risk and vulnerability assessments that identify resilience gaps and project opportunities for transportation routes in North Carolina to help maintain vital transportation functions following flooding events.