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Transportation Safety Grants

The CDOT Office of Transportation Safety (OTS) offers grants to agencies, organizations, and tribal governments within the State of Colorado that provide programs, projects, services, and strategies that are intended to reduce the number of deaths and serious injuries resulting from traffic crashes on Colorado roads.
OTS FY15 Funding Opportunities
High Visibility Mini-Grants
The CDOT Office of Transportation Safety is offering community coalitions and others the opportunity to apply for mini-grants to help support specific traffic safety education and enforcement efforts. Topics include seat belts, impaired driving, motorcycle safety and child passenger safety. Click on the links on this page for Outreach Dates and applications. There will be three separate opportunities to apply for funding. Each outreach/enforcement period has set maximum funding amounts. Coalitions may apply to support as many outreach periods as desired. Payment for costs is on a reimbursement basis only. Reimbursement must be submitted within 45 days after work is completed for each outreach period. Documentation of expenses will be required. Thank you for supporting traffic safety efforts in Colorado!
Mini Grants
Other available mini grants for the following topics: seat belts, distracted driving, and child passenger safety.
2010 Law Enforcement Grants
Offered through the Office of Transportation Safety
Current Grantees
Safety Data Sources & Information
Governmental Agencies or Political Subdivisions
In accordance with Procurement Rule 24-101-105, Governmental agencies or political subdivisions are not required to be registered on BIDS. See the BID specifications and application below.
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Pre-Work Documents
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Working with Local Government

In keeping with Governor Hickenlooper's Executive Order D2011-005, CDOT engages in extensive public outreach at the outset of each rule making process, involving state and local entities and individuals in the development of the rules.

CDOT Financials

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