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Category D - Secondary All-Season RoadsGoal:
To serve development by establishing and integrating a local secondary all-season road system with the state trunkline system.
To provide funding for transportation projects which:
Eligible applicants are county, city, or village road agencies and transit agencies in counties with a population of less than 400,000.
In order to be eligible for Category D funding:
Category D funds must be used only for construction. Right-of-way acquisition and engineering are not eligible costs.
20% local, non-TEDF match is required.
None. Funds are distributed to eligible recipients based on their annual federal aid allocation.
Eligible recipients present proposed transportation projects to Rural Task Forces (RTF) for review and funding recommendation. Projects selected by the RTF are administered by the Michigan Department of Transportation.
For further information contact:
County Road Commission -or-
MDOT Office of Economic Development
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