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Tribal Transportation Facility Bridge Program

General Grant Program Information

Under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL), a competitive set-aside of the Bridge Formula Program (BFP) and Bridge Investment Program (BIP) called the Tribal Transportation Facility Bridge Program (TTFBP) will fund improvements to the condition, safety, efficiency, and reliability of bridges on the National Bridge Inventory. 

Eligible Applicants:
Federally Recognized Tribes and Affiliated Groups
Eligible Activities:
Planning; Construction; Equipment and Materials; Operations and Maintenance; Accessibility
Transportation Type:
Bridge Roadway
Most Recent Annual Program Funding Amount:
Cost Sharing or Matching Requirement:
Match Waiver:
Rural Set-Aside:
Tribal Set-Aside:
Links to Additional Information:
USDOT / Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)

Eligibility Information

Eligible applicants are limited to federally recognized Tribes, Tribal governments, or Tribal organizations. 

Eligible uses include planning, design, engineering, preconstruction, construction, and inspection of new or replacement Tribal transportation facility bridges, the replacement, rehabilitation, seismic retrofit, painting, calcium magnesium acetate or sodium acetate/formate application, sodium acetate/formate (or other environmentally acceptable, minimally corrosive anti-icing and deicing composition), and implementation of any countermeasure for Tribal transportation facility bridges classified as in poor condition, having a low load capacity, or needing highway geometric improvements, including multiple-pipe culverts.

Funding Information

The TTFBP has $165 million available to award in competitive grants for FY22, for a total of $825 million for FY22-FY26. The federal cost-share is 100 percent; Tribal applicants are not required to provide a match. 

Contact Information

Contact for more information.

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Last updated: Monday, May 01, 2023