The MPO’s Complete Streets and other Localized Initiatives Grant Program (CSLIP) provides funding for small local transportation projects which improve the safety and mobility for all transportation users in Broward.  This competitive grant program can fund projects such as (but not limited to): complete streets projects, traffic calming and intersection improvements, ADA upgrades, mobility hubs, bus shelters, bike racks and technology advancements such as transit signal priority and traffic control devices. 

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CSLIP Updates

  1. 2017/2018 CSLIP Applications will be due November 15, 2017, at 5:00 p.m.
  2. The first round of CSLIP has ended. The 2015/2016 and 2016/2017 award letters will be sent out soon.
  3. A new interactive map is now available at the bottom of this page!

Eligible Recipients

  • Local governments, regional transportation authorities, transit agencies and tribal governments.
  • Natural resource and public land agencies.
  • School districts and local educational agencies.
  • Private transportation service providers.

Please Note: FDOT will construct projects with the funds awarded in coordination with the applicant and MPO staff.  Funds will not be provided directly to successful applicants to construct the project.

Useful Information to Review Prior to Submitting an Application

 

 

Submitting an Application

All applications submitted for Complete Streets and other Localized Initiatives Grant Program (CSLIP) will be evaluated and ranked based on the policies and criteria documented above.

 

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Past Awards

The Complete Streets and other Localized Initiatives Grant Program incorporated the Transportation Alternatives Program which provided funding for programs and projects similar to those included under the MPO’s Complete Streets and Other Localized Initiatives Grant Program (CSLIP).

 

Map of Past Awards

 

For More Information

Please contact Conor Campobasso at campobassoc@browardmpo.org or (954) 876-0054 to learn more about the Broward MPO and what they are working on in your community.