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Section 5310 Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities Program

Program overview

The Section 5310 program was established by the Federal Transit Authority as a discretionary capital assistance program. In cases where public transit is inadequate or inappropriate, the program awards grants to private non-profit organizations to serve the transportation needs of elderly persons and persons with disabilities.

Who is eligible to apply

  • Tribal governments
  • State or local governments
  • Private nonprofit organizations
  • Operators of public transportation services
  • Private operators of public transportation services

Applications

Application process for 2017 now closed.

Resources

Contact

John Groothuis
Program coordinator
651-366-4187
john.groothuis@state.mn.us

2017 recipient awards

Vehicles

  • Ability Building Center, Rochester
  • Achieve Services, Inc., Blaine
  • Augustana Chapel View Homes, Inc., St. Louis Park
  • Cedar Valley Services, Inc., Albert Lea
  • Functional Industries, Inc., Buffalo
  • Le Sueur County Developmental Services, Inc., Waterville
  • Mankato Rehabilitation Center, Inc., Chaska
  • Mankato Rehabilitation Center, Inc., Mankato
  • Mankato Rehabilitation Center, Inc., Rosemount
  • Midwest Special Services, Inc., St. Paul
  • NEWTRAX, Inc., White Bear Lake
  • Northeast Contemporary Services, Inc., Roseville
  • Polk County DAC, Crookston
  • ProAct, Inc., Eagan
  • Rock County Opportunities, Inc., Luverne
  • Swift County Development Achievement Center, Benson
  • Volunteers of America of Minnesota, Minneapolis
  • WACOSA, Waite Park
  • White Earth Reservation Tribal Council, Ogema

Transit coordination assistance projects

  • Dakota County, Hastings
  • NEWTRAX, Inc., White Bear Lake
  • Scott County, Shakopee
  • Tri-Valley Opportunity Council, Inc.
  • United Community Action Partnership, Inc., Marshall