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Caltrans Federal Grants 101 Webinar Series

Posted: 4/24/2024

WEBINAR: May 9, 2024, 10:00AM - 11:30AM PT [CLOSED]

How to Create Competitive Federal Grant Applications

Caltrans is hosting a Federal Grants 101 Webinar Series to assist local and regional transportation partners in applying for Competitive Federal Grant Programs under the Infrastructure Investment & Jobs Act (IIJA, also known as Bipartisan Infrastructure Law).

Attendees will learn how to connect with Caltrans and hear from successful California grant applicants on their development process, best practices, and how they formed meaningful cross-agency partnerships.

Topics & Presenters:

  • Federal Grants 101 Series Kickoff
    Nicole Longoria, Caltrans Federal Liaison

  • Partnership Opportunities with Caltrans
    Gustavo Alfaro, Caltrans Strategic Investment Planning

  • Successful Regional Infrastructure Accelerator Partnership Application
    Andrew Quinn, Caltrans Roadway Pricing
    Sabrina Bradbury, California Association of Councils of Governments

  • Successful Safe Streets & Roads for All Application
    Stephen Luther, Humboldt County Association of Governments

  • Successful Advanced Transportation Tech & Innovation Application
    Benjamin Bressette, Caltrans Innovation

Future sessions are being planned for:

  • Federal Grant Requirements & Resources (Summer 2024)
  • All About Benefit-Cost Analysis (Fall 2024)
  • Post-Award: What Happens Now? (Winter 2024)

Visit the Caltrans Federal Liaison website for more details

This Event is Closed

Caltrans Federal Liaison

The Federal Liaison coordinates with internal and external stakeholders to develop federal policy positions that promote Caltrans, CalSTA, and Governor’s Office goals and initiatives with U.S. Congress & federal agencies. 

The Federal Liaison office coordinates Caltrans comments to the federal register, action plans to implement major federal policy, and implementation of the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21) transportation performance management.

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