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2023 SS4A Awards

On Dec. 13, 2023, the U.S. Department of Transportation announced 385 fiscal year (FY) 2023 Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A) grant awards totaling $813 million to local communities. 

These awards include 48 Implementation Grants focused on safety projects and strategies and 337 grants for planning and demonstration activities, shown in the map below. This is the second of two award announcements for FY 2023.

On October 27, 2023, the Department announced the first round of FY 2023 awards to 235 communities totaling $82 million. Combined, 620 communities received $895 million as part of the FY 2023 funding round.

View the full-screen awards map.

SS4A Awards Map, List, and Fact Sheets

You can view the FY 2023 SS4A awards in multiple ways:

  • View all of the FY 2023 SS4A awards in the above interactive map or view the full-screen awards map.  
  • View a list of all FY 2023 SS4A awardees.
  • View a list of the FY23 Planning and Demonstration Grants. Planning and Demonstration Grants help communities develop road safety action plans and inform improvements along corridors with safety issues. They also provide funding to implement “quick-build” strategies to test out safety features such as separated bicycle lanes or curb extensions at intersections.
  • View awards fact sheets for the 48 Implementation Grants. Implementation Grants provide funding for communities to implement strategies and projects that will significantly reduce or eliminate transportation-related fatalities and serious injuries.