Applications and scores for 2014 - 2018
The Regional Solicitation is a competitive process where federal funds are allocated to local governments, state agencies, and transit providers to fund regional transportation needs. Below are the approved applications, applications submitted, and projects awarded by Regional Solicitation year.
Regional Solicitation Before and After Study
Over the years, the Regional Solicitation process has delivered many projects that have contributed significant transportation benefits to the region. This study is intended to assess the impact that the Regional Solicitation has had on the region, determine whether sound investments have been made, and guide future Regional Solicitations to implement a performance-based planning process. Here is the link to the complete Regional Solicitation Before and After Study (PDF).
In 2020, projects submitted for federal funding through the 2020 Regional Solicitation process will be uploaded. At the end of April 2020, every submitted application will be available on the 2020 Applications page.
2020 Regional Solicitation Summary Documents
In 2018, 136 projects were submitted for federal funding through the 2018 Regional Solicitation process, for approximately $200 million in available federal funds. Every submitted application is available on the 2018 Applications page.
2018 Regional Solicitation Summary Documents
In 2017, 63 projects were selected for federal funding through the 2016 Regional Solicitation process, allocating $223 million in federal funds in 44 different cities and townships, in all seven counties in the region. Every submitted application is available on the 2016 Applications page.
2016 Regional Solicitation Summary Documents
In 2015, 51 projects were selected for federal funding through the 2014 Regional Solicitation process, allocating $176 million in federal funds in 40 different cities and townships, in all seven counties in the region.. Every submitted application is available on the 2014 Applications page
2014 Regional Solicitation Summary Documents