The airport municipality is responsible for project design and construction management. Many project-related costs, including consultant services, are eligible for state and/or federal aid as described below.
MnDOT’s Clean Transportation Pilot Funding Program provides up to $2 million annually in grants ranging from $25,000 to $500,000 to pilot, test, and increase adoption of clean transportation technologies, especially where cost is a barrier to implementation.
The Office of Civil Rights has limited grant offerings to the public.
The Minnesota Port Development Assistance Program provides the state’s public port authorities with capital investment funding assistance through grants.
Minnesota Safe Routes to School is a national program that aims to make it safer and easier for students, including those with disabilities, to walk and bicycle to school.
SALT provides technical assistance in highway and bridge design, construction and maintenance, authorizes grants for bridge construction, coordinates local federally funded projects and provides overall management of the state aid system.
MnDOT is responsible for administering state and federal transit assistance fund for Greater Minnesota. The plan combines federal and state funds to improve and support public transit systems within Minnesota. Transit systems include buses, vans, and shared transportation vehicles.
The TA solicitation is a competitive grant opportunity for local communities and regional agencies to fund projects for pedestrian and bicycle facilities, historic preservation, Safe Routes to School, and more.
Other state agency grant opportunities
This site offers a list of grant opportunities by state agency or by subject area.