Project Proposals

Discretionary and Statewide Transit Network Funds

Public Transportation Service Providers submitted applications to ODOT by February 1, 2019 for STIF Discretionary funding as well as for the Statewide Transit Network (STN) funding, which is made up of STIF Intercommunity funds and FTA 5311(f) funds. ODOT asked the Lane County STIF Advisory Committee to provide a "Fund" or "Do Not Fund" recommendation for each project application that is partially or fully in Lane County. At their March 2019 meeting, the Lane County STIF Advisory Committee voted to provide a recommendation of "Fund" for every application where the project is partially or fully in Lane County.

Submitted applications for STIF Discretionary and STN Funds can be found here: 

99-West Transit Corridor Feasibility Study
Coos Bay Coastal Connector
Coos Bay to Eugene to Bend Vehicle Purchase
Diamond Express
Florence to Eugene Connector
Florence to Yachats Connector

Formula Funds

Applications
Lane Council of Governments, on behalf of Lane Transit District, accepted project proposals for STIF Formula Funds from qualified Public Transportation Service Providers in Lane County. A Qualified Public Transportation Service Provider is a Qualified Entity or a city, county, Special District, Intergovernmental Entity or any other political subdivision or municipal or Public Corporation that provides Public Transportation Services.  

Submitted applications for Formula Funds can be found here:

Cottage Grove
Lane Transit District In-District
Lane Transit District Out-of-District
Lane Council of Governments

Recommended Prioritized Project List
The Lane County STIF Advisory Committee recommended all proposed projects be funded and prioritized those projects at their January 22nd, 2019 meeting. The list of prioritized projects can be found here. The LTD Board of Directors reviewed the prioritized project list at their March 2019 meeting and have a 30 day comment window open at LaneVoices.org.

If you have any questions, please email Kate Wilson at kwilson@lcog.org.