General Grant Program Information
The Wildlife Crossings Pilot Program provides funding for projects that seek to reduce the number of wildlife-vehicle collisions and, in carrying out that purpose, improve habitat connectivity for terrestrial and aquatic species.
Eligible applicants include state highway agencies, transportation departments (DOTs), or equivalent, metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs), local governments, regional transportation authorities, special purpose districts or public authority with a transportation function, Tribal governments, or federal land management agencies (FLMAs).
Eligible entities may obtain guidance from an agency in the state with jurisdiction over fish and wildlife. Eligible entities may partner with eligible partners.
Eligible partners include MPOs, local governments, regional transportation authorities, special purpose districts or public authority with a transportation function, Tribal governments, FLMAs, foundations, non-governmental organizations, or institutes of higher education, or federal, Tribal, regional, or state government entities.
The Wildlife Crossings Pilot Program provides $350 million over 5 years. At least 60 percent of grant funds are to be awarded for projects located in rural areas.
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