Transportation Alternatives (TA) Program





The TA Program, as administered by KDOT, provides funding for a variety of alternative transportation projects, including pedestrian and bicycle facilities; infrastructure for non-driver access to public transportation; projects that enhance safety and mobility; improve the scenic or environmental, or archaeological assets in our state; Safe Routes to School projects; and others. All selected projects are required to meet a minimum 20% local cash match.

FFY22-23 Transportation Alternatives Call for Project Concepts Webinar – Held July 1, 2020

The next Call for Projects for FFY24-25 is expected Summer 2022.

*NEW* Starting in 2020, Project Concepts became a requirement prior to application. This allows communities to determine eligibility and receive technical assistance prior to submitting a full application.

FFY 22-23 TA Awards
CommunityProject NameTA $ Amount
Baldwin City-City ofBaldwin City Sidewalk Gap Project$             620,000
Columbus-City ofSafe Routes to School Improvements$             312,000
Council Grove-City ofSafe Routes to School-Design on Priority #1 Improvements$              75,000
Eudora-City of10th Street Sidewalk Expansion$          1,111,074
Junction City-City ofBlue Jay Trail Connector$             737,600
KDWPTFlint Hills Trail-2 mile detour West of Ottawa$          5,596,016
Lawrence-City ofLawrence Loop Shared Use Path-Michigan St to Sandra Shaw Park$             564,000
Lecompton-City ofLecompton Sidewalk Loop$             727,200
Manhattan-City ofSafe Routes to School-Master Plan Development$               20,000
Neodesha-City ofSafe Routes to School-Design on Phase 2$               75,000
Pottawatomie CountyGreen Valley Rd Multi-Use Trail and Pedestrian Bridge$              539,200
Salina-City ofMagnolia Road Bicycle and Pedestrian Facility$              422,892
Shawnee CountyDeer Creek Trail Robinson Extension$              696,296
Sterling-City ofCleveland Ave Path$              302,157
Strong City-City ofSafe Routes to School Priority #1 Improvements$              292,100
Topeka-City ofBikeways Phase 4 - Equitable Connections$           1,157,894
Wabaunsee USD 329USD 329 Safe Routes to School Plan Development$                12,000
Wellington-City ofEast 16th St Pedestrian and Bicycle Trail Project$              320,290
  $          13,580,719

Key Documents:

More information on the Transportation Alternatives Program can be found on the Federal Highway Administration’s website at:

For more information on the Kansas TA Program, contact Jenny Kramer,, 785-296-5186.