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Greenways for All aims to support local communities by providing resources to navigate the many funding programs for greenways and trails that are either larger than before or entirely new.

  • The DOT Navigator is a new resource to help communities understand the best ways to apply for grants, and to plan for and deliver transformative infrastructure projects and services.

  • Utilize the DOT Fiscal Year (FY) 2023 Year Ahead Checklist to see how your community can get ready to successfully apply for the many discretionary grant programs that will be coming out this year. The checklist includes a link to the FY 2023 Calendar of Upcoming Notices of Funding Opportunity, and a list of programs that provide non-federal match flexibility and the construction grant programs that require a benefit cost analysis.


  • The DOT Discretionary Grants Dashboard provides communities with an overview of discretionary grant opportunities that can help meet their transportation infrastructure needs. Designed with all communities in mind, the Dashboard identifies grant programs with rural and Tribal set-asides or match waivers available. The Dashboard also includes Federal grant programs outside of DOT that may be of particular interest to rural communities. 


  • A guide to planning and programming equitable trail networks. 

  • This report was prepared by Julia Raskin on behalf of the Pennsylvania Environmental Council. Special thanks to the Inclusive Planning Working Group for their expertise, guidance and time: Shoshanna Akins, Eleanor Horne, Valeria Galarza, Rachel Griffith and Daniel Paschall.


  • A state-by-state look at the Transportation Alternatives Program

  • Developed by The Safe Routes Partnership


  • A learning community from Rails-to-Trails Conservancy  where advocates, public leaders and professionals can come together to share their experiences, their challenges, and their strategies for accelerating the pace of connecting trails and active transportation infrastructure.


  • PeopleForBikes’ Great Bike Infrastructure Project invests in communities across the U.S. to create safer and more connected places to bike for people of all ages and abilities.


  • If you are an advocate at a national, state, or local organization interested in state and local funding for walking and biking, we invite you to consider joining the State Funding Strategies workgroup (formerly State & Local Active Transportation Financing workgroup).

  • Hosted by the Safe Routes Partnership 

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