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Transportation Alternatives Program

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TAP Program

The Department is pleased to announce the Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) 2021 / 2022 is now open.

The Nevada State Department of Transportation (NDOT) is preparing for the potential federal funding to support bicycle, pedestrian, multi-use path and transportation-related projects.  Applications for the FY 2021-2022 funding opportunity are now being accepted. Funding is also available through RTC Southern Nevada, RTC Washoe and TRPA in Lake Tahoe. Separate applications are required to be considered for these opportunities. The links below will guide you to the relative TAP pages:


TAP funds are made available to the State through the Federal Highway Administration and administered by the Nevada State Department of Transportation. These programs will provide up to 95 percent of project-related cost, with the remaining 5 percent provided by project sponsors.

TAP projects are selected via a competitive scoring process based on criteria described in the TAP Guidance and Scoring Criteria below.

For additional information on eligible project activities, and other important information, please refer to the application resource materials below. 

The information provided below will be updated as it becomes available. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, the application deadline has been extended and applications will be accepted up until June 15th, 2020 at 5:00 PST.

Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP)

The Transportation Alternatives Program provides federal funds for community-based projects that expand travel choices and enhance the transportation experience by integrating modes and improving the cultural, historic, and environmental aspects of our transportation infrastructure.

Projects include:Crystal Bay Pedestrian Improvements

  • On-road and off-road pedestrian and bicycle facilities
  • Infrastructure projects for improving non-driver access to public transportation and enhanced mobility      
  • Community improvement activities
  • Environmental mitigation
  • Safe Routes to School projects
  • Streetscape improvements
  • Refurbishment of historic transportation facilities
  • Other investments that enhance communities


TAP Documents 

State Fiscal Year 2021-2022 Tap Information

  Past TAP Projects


 Additional TA Information 

 Related Resources/Links


NDOT TAP Contact Information:

 Name  Position  Phone  Email
 Janie Fromm TAP Program Administrator (775) 888-7727
 Scott Bohemier TAP Program Manager (775) 888-7433  


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