Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A) Grant Program
The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) established the new Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A) discretionary program with $5 billion in appropriated funds over the next 5 years. In fiscal year 2022 (FY22), up to $1 billion is available. The SS4A program funds regional, local, and Tribal initiatives through grants to prevent roadway deaths and serious injuries.
Who is eligible to apply for grant funding?
-Metropolitan planning organizations;
-Counties, cities, towns, and transit agencies or other special districts that are subdivisions of a State;
-Federally recognized Tribal governments; and
-Multijurisdictional groups comprised of the above entities.
The following activities are eligible for the SS4A program:
-Develop or update a comprehensive safety action plan (Action Plan).
-Conduct planning, design, and development activities in support of an Action Plan.
-Carry out projects and strategies identified in an Action Plan.
-There are two types of SS4A grants: Action Plan Grants and Implementation Grants.
The Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) is offering grants to support the development of new and existing cooperatives in Wisconsin, with a goal of fostering the success of current and future cooperatives by supporting planning and exploratory research in advance of making a large investment.
The Local Road Improvement Program (LRIP)
Wisconsin Department of Transportation
Established in 1991, the Local Roads Improvement Program (LRIP) assists local governments in improving seriously deteriorating county highways, town roads, and city and village streets. LRIP is a reimbursement program which pays up to 50% of total eligible costs, with local governments providing the balance.
Office of Rural Prosperity
Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation
WEDC @ The Hub
2352 S. Park St., Suite 303
Madison, WI 53713