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TIGER 2017
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The USDOT has released the Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) for 2017 TIGER (Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery) Discretionary Grants (http://www.transportation.gov/tiger). This year $500 million is made available to fund transportation projects.
 
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) is excited to submit an application for the 2017 TIGER Discretionary Grant in order to support the development of the Daryl Carter Parkway Interchange Project. The Daryl Carter Interchange project is consistent with the Beyond I-4 Ultimate Master Plan. The I-4 corridor is being transformed to better connect the communities in Central Florida, boost the economy and enhance regional mobility. The Interchange resolves critical challenges pertaining to network efficiency and reliability, and enhances the overall accessibility and mobility of people and goods.
  
This project has garnered strong partnerships from around the region including public agencies, private enterprise, and elected officials. Partners, collaborators, and stakeholders across the Central Florida Region are in agreement that the Daryl Carter Parkway Interchange is a top priority and is critical to the viability of the economy and the quality of life.
 
The TIGER grant application has been submitted to USDOT through the Grants.gov system. The application and supporting material have been posted on this website for reference purposes. 

 
 
Jason Klempin
District Five Freight Coordinator
Florida Department of Transportation
133 South Semoran Boulevard
Orlando, FL  32807
407-482-7882
386-956-1562 (Cell)
 

 

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