America's Marine Highway Grant Program

The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2020 (the Act) (Pub.



116-94) appropriated $9,775,000 for the Short Sea Transportation Program (America’s Marine Highway Program) to be used for Marine Highway Grants for the development and expansion of documented vessels, and port


and landside infrastructure.

Marine Highway Grants may be awarded to eligible Marine Highway Projects as outlined in the attached NOFO.

MARAD’s Office of Ports & Waterways Planning (Program Office) will receive applications and administer the grants.

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America s Marine Highway Grants

Department of Transportation

Agency: Department of Transportation

Office: Maritime Administration

Estimated Funding: $9,775,000

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Additional Information of Eligibility:
Eligible applicants for funding available under this Notice are an original Project Applicant of a project that the Secretary has previously designated as a Marine Highway Project or a substitute (which can be either a public entity or a private-sector entity who has been referred to the Program Office by the original Project Applicant, with a written explanation, as part of the application).

Original Project Applicants are defined as those public entities named by the Secretary in the original designated project.

Grant applicants must have operational, or administrative areas of responsibility, that are adjacent to or near the relevant designated Marine Highway Project.

Eligible grant applicants include State governments (including State departments of transportation), metropolitan planning organizations, port authorities, and tribal governments, or private sector operators of marine highway services within designated Marine Highway Projects.

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