Local Assistance Division - Funding Programs
Primary Extensions and High Volume Unpaved Roads
The CTB established two new programs to distribute funding available through Section 33.1-23.1 also referred to as the CTB formula funds. These programs are the result of modifications to this Code Section during the 2014 General Assembly that will be effective July 1st.
Primary Extension Paving Funds
Effective July 1st, Section 33.1-23.1 will provide that Primary Extensions maintained by municipalities can receive a portion of the reconstruction and paving allocations previously only distributed to Interstates and Primary Roads with a combined condition index of less than 60. VDOT has developed The CTB approved a new program to address this Code change at their June Board meeting and an application process has been be initiated to allow municipalities to apply for this funding for qualifying projects. If you are interested in applying for these funds, key information about what qualifies and how to apply is below:
- Application Process
- Application for Funding
- Pavement Condition Data
- FY15 Primary Extension Priority Ranking List
High Volume Unpaved Road Funds
Effective July 1st, Section 33.1-23.1 will decrease the threshold for eligibility to use the unpaved road set aside funds from the prior minimum threshold of 200 vpd to 50 vpd. To provide some additional funding for the higher volume roads, a small portion of the unpaved road funding available under this Code Section will be available for high volume unpaved roads (over 500 vpd). The CTB approved a new program to address this Code change at their June Board meeting and an application process has been be initiated to allow to allow Counties to apply for this supplemental funding for qualifying unpaved road projects.
Applications for both of these programs are due to the Local Assistance Division by August 15th. The Local Assistance Division has scheduled a Webinar for June 24, 2014 at 10 am to provide an overview of these programs and introduce the application process for each. Interested parties can register for the webinar at https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/FLKSMQG.