CMAQ/TAP-L Program Development
CMAQ FFY 2018-2022 and TAP-L FFY 2018-2020 Call for Projects
CMAP released a new call for Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ) and locally programmed Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP-L). Applications were due by March 3, 2017.
For updates on the applications received, the evaluation process and the development of the new CMAQ and TAP-L programs, check back with this webpage. The time frame for the program development process can be found on page 19 of the Program Application Booklet
Local sponsors should direct questions to their planning liaison, and all other sponsors should contact Doug Ferguson (email@example.com).
Applications Submitted for Consideration
|Project Type||Count|| |
|Access to Transit||9||$ 5,276,831|
|Bicycle Facilities||34||$ 105,104,498|
|Bottleneck Elimination||5||$ 110,336,016|
|Direct Emissions Reduction||10||$ 190,249,828|
|Intersection Improvement||29||$ 86,738,085|
|Signal Interconnect||4||$ 5,298,199|
|Transit Facility Improvement||8||$ 333,962,232|
|Transit Service and Equipment||1||$ 35,200,000|
|Grand Total||105||$ 906,745,609|
Call for Projects - Application Materials
Program Application Booklet - Guide to FFY 2018-2022 CMAQ and FY 2018-2020 TAP-L Call for Projects
Below are external resources for CMAQ Applicants. Resources specific to Northeastern Illinois and CMAP Policies and Procedures can be found on the CMAQ Related Pages described on the CMAQ Program web page.
Manuals and Processes
Federal Aid Project Flow Chart: Initiation to Completion (IDOT, 2002) Number correspond to Milestone Schedule