Agency Accepting Grant Applications for Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program

Published: Feb 09, 2015

2015 Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program 

Summary: This call for projects details the application requirements and procedures for obtaining funding for eligible transit and intercity rail projects under the California State Transportation Agency (CalSTA) Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program, established per the requirements of Senate Bill 862 (2014).

Dates: Applications for funding under this solicitation are due no later than 5:00 p.m. PDT, April 10, 2015. Applications for funding received after 5:00 p.m. PDT on April 10, 2015 will not be considered.

Addresses: Applications must be submitted electronically to  For any required or supporting application materials that an applicant is unable to submit via email (such as oversized engineering drawings or large file sizes), an applicant may submit an original and two (2) copies to Jila Priebe, Caltrans Office of Transit Programs, P.O. Box 942874,Sacramento, CA  94274‐0001.

For further information contact: For further information regarding this solicitation, please contact the program electronically at If prospective applicants would like clarification on any of the requirements of the project application described in this solicitation, questions submitted no later than February 27, 2015 will be considered for response in a Frequently Asked Questions section of the Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program website located at

Supplementary Information:
CalSTA recommends that project applicants carefully read this solicitation and the program guidelines in their entirety prior to preparing application materials. The Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program website contains certain application materials and forms, and may be updated with answers to Frequently Asked Questions or additional materials and forms prior to the due date on this solicitation. The Transit and Intercity Rail Capital Program website also contains the final program guidelines, adopted by CalSTA on February 6, 2015, which provide additional program information and requirements.

Additionally, applicants should note that the project narrative document (excluding supporting reports and materials) may not exceed 30 pages in length (including any appendices).

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