The Federal Highway Administration announced the FY 2018 Advanced Transportation and Congestion Management Technologies (ATCMTD) grant award winners. This program provides municipal governments with funding for innovative transportation programs that serve to operate and manage our transportation system better. FHWA awarded $53 million to 10 projects. The ATCMTD program was authorized as a part of the FAST Act.
The Coalition for Smarter Transportation strongly supports this program and is working to expand it as a part of the next transportation bill.
Funding for FY 2019 ATCMTD program will be made available in the near future. For more information about the program contact Jason@SmarterTransportation.org or Click Here
ATCMTD FY 2018 Projects
|Applicant||Project Name||Grant Award|
|University of Alabama||Advanced Connected Transportation Infrastructure & Operations Network (ACTION)||$8,034,003|
|Contra Costa Transportation Authority (CCTA)||Bay Area Mobility-On-Demand||$8,000,000|
|Colorado Department of Transportation||Wolf Creek Pass Advanced Technology Deployment||$2,366,298|
|Delaware Department of Transportation||Artificial Intelligence Enhanced Integrated Transportation Management System (AIITMS) Deployment Program||$4,996,949|
|Georgia Department of Transportation||GDOT Connected Vehicles||$2,500,000|
|Nebraska Department of Transportation||Multi-State Rural Integrated Corridor Management||$2,755,000|
|Oregon Department of Transportation||Oregon Smart Mobility Network||$12,000,000|
|Pennsylvania Department of Transportation||Work Zone Reservation and Traveler Information System||$2,697,750|
|Texas Department of Transportation||I-10 Corridor Coalition Truck Parking Availability System (I-10 Corridor Coalition TPAS)||$6,850,000|
|Utah Department of Transportation||Utah Connected||$3,000,000|