- TRLF Overview
- TRLF Solicitation Announcement (doc)
- How TRLF Works
- Economic Guidance
- TRLF Application
- State Law
- Federal Law
- MnDOT Rules
- DEED Rules
- Application Record (xls)
- TRLF Contacts
- American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Information
- MnSHIP 2014-2033
- MnDOT Performance Measures
- MnDOT Strategic Vision
- Projects Currently Under Construction
- Projects -Future Work Planned
- Area Transportation Partnerships
- Corridors of Commerce
- Minnesota GO
Related Guidance & Studies
- Access Management Manual
- Benefit/Cost Guidance
- Complete Streets
- Cost Participation
- FHWA & MnDOT Stewardship Plan (pdf)
- Functional Classification
- Guidelines for Federal Earmark Funding on TH Projects (pdf)
- Interregional Corridors
- MnDOT Public Involvement
- Municipal Agreements
- Project Scoping and Cost Estimating
- Regional Trade Center Study (pdf)
- SRC Eligibility
- Target Formula
- Transportation Long-Range Funding Solutions
TRLF Application Forms
Forms are available in Adobe Acrobat (pdf).
The Adobe Acrobat form has been designed for data entry. Simply open it and fill it out. When you are done, email it to us.
Click on the appropriate link below to download the TRLF application form.
Optionally, you can Right click on the links below and "SAVE AS" to download the Acrobat file to your hard drive. Then open Acrobat directly and open the file from the directory you saved it in.
TRLF Application form in Acrobat format (pdf, 147KB)
Input Worksheet for TRLF Applicants Instructions
For an electronic (Excel) copy of this worksheet that's easier to complete—with drop-down menus and dynamic default values— contact John Wilson (e-mail and phone below).Or download the file by clicking HERE.
To enable basic benefit-cost calculations by the review team, enter information in the highlighted areas within Project Definition, Traffic Profile, and Cost Estimates tabs. (Cells will change color from yellow to green once data is provided.)
For an evaluation of expected growth over the 20-year planning horizon, traffic analysis should be performed for two time periods: one historical and one a future projection. Where available, default values are shown. These may be overridden with project-specific data, or the defaults can be accepted by typing "D" in the highlight box. Because some defaults depend on Project Definition selections, that tab should be filled in first. Any free-form supporting notes can be included next to the data input.
Questions? Please contact John Wilson, Office of Capital Programs and Performance Measures email@example.com (651) 366-3732