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The Revitalizing Main Streets Grant program through the Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has an additional $22.2M to fund transportation infrastructure projects across the state. Applicants are allowed to apply for up to $2M for projects which will improve safety and transform streets and street spaces, particularly for vulnerable users. Roadways eligible for the funding must be non-freeway corridors that accommodate multiple modes of transportation and can is open to either state or local roads.
The goal of the Revitalizing Main Streets grant funding is to not only improve safety but to bolster economic recovery across the state. The first round of the Revitalizing main Streets Program Larger Safety Infrastructure Grant opportunities was awarded in August 2021, including four projects in the North Front Range.
Learn more about the Revitalizing Main Streets funding, including eligibility rules, selection criteria, application materials and deadlines, by visiting the Revitalizing Main Streets page on CDOT’s website.