General Grant Program Information
The National Scenic Byways Program funds improvements such as byway facilities, safety improvements, and interpretive information along roads in the United States that merit recognition at the national level for their outstanding scenic, historic, cultural, natural, recreational, or archeological qualities. There are currently 184 designated roads in 48 states.
Eligible applicants include states and federally recognized Tribes in areas with highways designated as National Scenic Byways, All-American Roads, America’s Byways®, state scenic byways, or Indian Tribe scenic byways.
Eligible uses include the implementation, planning, design, and development of eligible Scenic Byway projects advancing the goals of safety, equity and accessibility, economic strength, climate, and sustainability
The NSBP has $22 million available for grant opportunities. Federal cost-sharing is 80 percent; the applicant is required to pay the remaining 20 percent using non-federal funds.
The Dashboard provides users with a high-level overview of relevant Federal discretionary grant programs. The information in the Dashboard is maintained as a secondary resource and may not be updated with the most recent changes to each program's primary guidance materials. Accordingly, please refer to the Federal grant-making agency for the most comprehensive and up-to-date information on a grant opportunity in the Dashboard.
Last updated: Monday, May 01, 2023