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Press Releases - Safe Streets and Roads for All

Recent News

U.S. Department of Transportation Announces $1.25 Billion in Direct, Accessible Grants for Local Communities to Improve Roadway Safety

February 21, 2024: The U.S. Department of Transportation has opened the process for cities, towns, counties, Tribal governments, and metropolitan planning organizations to apply for $1.256 billion in funding for local projects that improve roadway safety. The funds are from the competitive grant program, Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A)…Read the full February 21, 2024, press release.

Archived SS4A Press Releases

FY23 Awards Announcement #2

December 13, 2023: Biden-Harris Administration Investing in Hundreds of American Communities to Improve Safety and Prevent Roadway Deaths

FY23 Awards Announcement #1

October 27, 2023: Biden-Harris Administration Announces Roadway Safety Planning Grants to Over 200 Communities in 46 States and Puerto Rico

FY23 NOFO Open

April 17, 2023: Biden-Harris Administration Announces More Than $1 Billion for Local Communities to Improve Roadway Safety

FY22 Awards Announcement

February 1, 2023: Biden-Harris Administration Announces Historic $800 Million for More than 500 Projects to Improve Roads at the Local Level and Tackle National Traffic Fatalities

FY22 NOFO Open

May 16, 2022: President Biden and U.S. Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg Announce Availability of $1 Billion for Local Communities to Ensure Safe Streets and Roads for All, Address National Roadway Safety Crisis