TIGER Webinars On Project Readiness And Public Private Partnerships
The U.S. Department of Transportation will continue its webinar series next week. On Monday, Aug. 22, the webinar will discuss the expectations for project readiness and NEPA. On Wednesday, Aug. 24, the webinar discuss the application process, public private partnerships and credit assistance through TIFIA challenge grants in the next round of TIGER Discretionary Grants.
This webinar are designed to provide applicants an opportunity to engage with USDOT, ask questions and gain direction to make applications competitive in the next round of TIGER. The on-line webinars are held from 1pm to 2:30 pm EST. There is no charge to attend, but advance registration is required.
DOT is authorized to award $526.944 million in TIGER+ Discretionary Grants. As with the TIGER and TIGER II programs, funds for the FY2011 TIGER program are to be awarded on a competitive basis for projects that will have a significant impact on the Nation, a metropolitan area or a region.
(These webinars are not associated with "Webinar Helps Rural Areas Apply for Federal TIGER Grants")
Future DOT TIGER Grant webinars will discuss:
Previous DOT TIGER Webinars have been archived and are also available over the next several months.
- 2010 Benefit/Cost Analysis Practitioner’s Workshop
- July 18 How to Compete for TIGER Seminar
- July 27 “Talking Freight”
- August 17 Benefit Cost Analysis