Category D - Secondary All-Season RoadsGoal:
To serve development by establishing and integrating a local secondary all-season road system with the state trunkline system.
To provide funding for transportation projects which:
- Complement the existing state trunkline system with improvements on connecting local routes that have high commercial traffic
- Minimize disruptions that result from seasonal load restrictions
Eligible applicants are county, city, or village road agencies and transit agencies in counties with a population of less than 400,000.
In order to be eligible for Category D funding:
- The project must be essential to the creation of an all-season road system
- The project must be located on a rural primary road or major street in a small city or village (population of 5,000 or less) in counties with a population of less than 400,000
- Unless waived by the Rural Task Force, the project must be eligible for federal-aid and must be for road improvements on existing hard surface roads
- The project must meet all-season standards
- Projects will be coordinated with TEDF-Category F projects to establish all-season system continuity within cities and villages
- Priority routes must begin and end at an existing all-season road or highway or a point-of-loading origin
Category D funds must be used only for construction. Right-of-way acquisition and engineering are not eligible costs.
20% local, non-TEDF match is required.
None. Funds are distributed to eligible recipients based on their eligible mileage.
Eligible recipients present proposed transportation projects to Rural Task Forces (RTF) for review and funding recommendation. Projects selected by the RTF are administered by the Michigan Department of Transportation.
For further information contact your County Road Commission or MDOT's Office of Economic Development at www.michigan.gov/tedf or 517-335-1069.