2024 Tribal Transportation Program Safety Fund

Eligible projects described in section 148(a)(4) are strategies, activities, and projects on a public road that are consistent with a transportation safety plan and that (i) correct or improve a hazardous road location or feature, or (ii) address a highway safety problem.

TTPSF emphasizes the

development of strategic transportation safety plans using a data-driven process as a means for Tribes to identify transportation safety needs and determine how those needs will be addressed in Tribal communities.

FHWA has identified four eligibility categories:
transportation safety plans; data assessment, improvement, and analysis activities; systemic roadway departure countermeasures; and infrastructure improvements and other eligible activities as listed in 23 U.S.C.

§ 148(a)(4).
Related Programs

Highway Planning and Construction

Department of Transportation

Agency: Department of Transportation

Office: DOT Federal Highway Administration

Estimated Funding: $24,098,400

Who's Eligible

Relevant Nonprofit Program Categories

Obtain Full Opportunity Text:
Tribal Transportation Program Safety Fund Webpage

Additional Information of Eligibility:
The objective of this cooperative agreement with the WMAT is to continue to promote recovery of the Mexican wolf (Canis lupus baileyi), a federally listed endangered species.

As set forth in the Statement of Relationship between the WMAT and the Service, the parties have a common interest in promoting healthy ecosystems and have agreed to cooperate on a government-to-government basis.

The Service’s Indian Policy and Secretarial Order No.

3206 provide that the Service will assist tribes in developing and expanding tribal conservation and management programs, assist tribes in identifying funding sources for fish and wildlife resource management, and pursue intergovernmental agreements to formalize arrangements involving sensitive species.

On January 12, 1998, the Service issued the Final Rule announcing its decision to reintroduce Mexican wolves into the Blue Range Wolf Recovery Area in eastern Arizona, and designated them as an experimental, non-essential population.

The Fort Apache Indian Reservation (Reservation) lies outside, but immediately adjacent to, the western boundary of the wolf recovery area.

The WMAT has the option of allowing or prohibiting wolf re-establishment on the Reservation.

Mexican wolf recovery is a Federal responsibility, and the WMAT’s participation in wolf recovery activities is voluntary.

In August 1998, the White Mountain Apache Tribal Council passed Resolution No.

08-98-184, which provides for the initiation of a Mexican Wolf Management Program on the Reservation.

The WMAT, in cooperation with the Service, developed the White Mountain Apache Tribe Mexican Wolf Management Plan, which was approved by the Tribal Council on August 3, 2000.

In September 2000, the WMAT and the Service entered into a Cooperative Agreement, FWS Agreement No.

1448-20181-00-J826, which provided for technical assistance and funding to hire and train a wolf biologist.

The Fort Apache Indian Reservation (Reservation) lies outside, but immediately adjacent to, the western boundary of the wolf recovery area.

The WMAT has the option of allowing or prohibiting wolf re-establishment on the Reservation.

Thus, the WMAT is uniquely qualified to perform the activities based on location and property ownership.

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