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Technology grant

We distribute funding to rural and small urban transit for the technologies needed to deliver and improve modern transit services. 


Any Greater Minnesota rural or small urban transit agency currently receiving operating assistance from MnDOT. 


  • May 1, 2024: Solicitation opens
  • May 10, 2024: Application guidance webinar
  • May 15, 2024: Letter of intent due
  • June 28, 2024: Application due

Application period

This solicitation is now closed. Applications were due on June 28, 2024.

After you apply

  • We'll convene a scoring committee to review and score all applications.
  • We'll select the highest scoring projects until all available funds have been assigned.


  • Fall 2024: We'll notify applicants about our project selections.
  • Fall 2024: We'll notify grant awards to public transit systems.

More information

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