OTS FY15 Funding Opportunities
The CDOT Office of Transportation Safety (OTS) is offering 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. Priority funding is given for projects that address key traffic safety issues in our state, including impaired driving and occupant protection.
Please click on the link to access the FY15 OTS Request for Proposal, the FY15 OTS Application, FY15 Detailed Budget Template & Instructions, and the FY15 OTS Application Score Sheet. The Score Sheet contains the criteria that will be used to score your application.
The updated Problem Identification Report is available under Safety Data Sources & Information.
Grant Writing Modules
CDOT Grant Applications Q&A Webinar:
Click here for the Grant Application and Problem ID Introductory Webinar recording from that webinar.
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.
Click here for information on the rules pertaining to the registration of municipal advisors (the "Municipal Advisor Rule") that goes into effect July 1, 2014.
In accordance with House Bill 11-1002, CDOT has created an online database for the Colorado Department of Transportation's Financial Information