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TIGER VI Grant Program

TIGER Grants logoThe Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery, or TIGER Discretionary Grant program, provides a unique opportunity for the DOT to invest in road, rail, transit and port projects that promise to achieve critical national objectives. Since 2009, Congress has dedicated more than $4.1 billion for six rounds to fund projects that have a significant impact on the Nation, a region or a metropolitan area.
 
The competitive structure of the TIGER program and its broad eligibility allow project sponsors at the State and local level to avoid narrow, formula-based categories, and fund multi-modal, multi-jurisdictional projects not eligible for funding through traditional DOT programs. TIGER can fund port and freight rail projects, for example, which play a critical role in our ability to move freight, but which are not eligible for any other sources of Federal funds. Similarly, TIGER can provide capital funding directly to any public entity, including municipalities, counties, port authorities, tribal governments, MPOs, or others in contrast to traditional Federal programs which provide funding to very specific groups of applicants (mostly State DOTs and transit agencies). This flexibility allows TIGER and our traditional partners at the state and local level to work directly with a host of entities that own, operate and maintain much of our transportation infrastructure, but otherwise cannot turn to the Federal government for support.

The Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery, or TIGER Discretionary Grant program, provides a unique opportunity for the U.S. Department of Transportation to invest in road, rail, transit and port projects that promise to achieve critical national objectives. Congress dedicated more than $4.1 billion to the program: $1.5 billion for TIGER I, $600 million for TIGER II, $526.944 million for FY 2011, $500 million for FY 2012, $473.847 million for FY2013, and $600 million for the FY 2014 round of TIGER Grants to fund projects that have a significant impact on the Nation, a region or a metropolitan area.

TIGER VI Grant Applications

Planning Grant Applications:

Greening Interchanges with Multimodal Redevelopment –
Seattle to Lynnwood

Cascade Gateway Integrated Investment Strategy Supporting Economic Development

Central Kittitas Valley Integrated Resiliency Planning

Capital Grant Applications:

Red Mountain -Improving Connections for Economic Development

Mukilteo Multimodal Ferry Terminal

Connecting the Inland Pacific Hub Multimodal Centers to the Global Marketplace