Consolidated

Consolidated grants provide funds for public transportation improvements within and between rural communities, transportation services between cities, purchases of new buses and equipment, and public transportation services to seniors and people with disabilities.

This program is supported by state and federal funding and is awarded through a competitive process. We work with an advisory committee to consider the priorities of regional planning councils when establishing scoring and ranking criteria for the competitive process.

Consolidated grants provide funds from five sources

Federal Transit Administration sources

  • Enhanced Mobility of Seniors and Individuals with Disabilities - Section 5310
  • Formula Grants for Rural Areas - Section 5311
  • Grants for Buses and Bus Facilities Formula Program - Section 5339(a)

State sources

Eligible applicants

Nonprofits, tribes, public transit agencies, and local agencies in Washington state are eligible to apply. Other government agencies are also eligible to apply if their project benefits the greater public.

Eligible projects

Operations

  • System operation.
  • Employee compensation.
  • Marketing. 
  • Administration.
  • Fuel, oil, taxes, and operational maintenance expenses.

Mobility management 

  • Information services that help providers and passengers coordinate and understand available transportation options.
  • Short-range planning, management activities, or activities for improving coordination among public transportation and other transportation service providers.

Capital

Projects to purchase long-term assets, such as land, buildings, vehicles, and bus shelters.

Planning

Planning, coordination, or other activities that address the needs of applicants and the communities they serve.

Match requirements

Applicants must provide matching funds for each project. The percentage of matching funds required depends on the project type:

  • Sustaining projects: Continuing operations or mobility management projects must provide 10% matching funds.
  • New projects: Capital, expansion of operations, expansion of mobility management, or planning projects not previously funded by a Consolidated grant must provide 5% matching funds.

Providing additional local match shows a level of local commitment for the project and increases the likelihood of funding.

Evaluation criteria

A panel of subject matter experts, with knowledge in areas such as rural transportation; human-centered transportation services and/or accessible transportation; transit asset management; and transit and local planning will evaluate 2023-2025 biennium grant applications using the following criteria:

  • Establishes, preserves, or improves public transportation services.
  • Defines specific performance measures the applicant will use to determine the project’s success.
  • Addresses a recognized need within a community and reflects a community process of coordination and input.
  • Leverages funds from other sources and/or documents local commitment to support and implement the project.
  • Connects to other transportation systems and/or modes.
  • Appears to be feasible as described.
  • Complies with state rules (WAC 194-29) regarding alternative fuels (for vehicle purchase projects only).
  • Contributes to the state’s effort to maintain the number of public transportation vehicles within their minimum useful life (for vehicle purchase projects only).
  • Describes sufficient applicant experience managing transportation projects and grant awards.
  • Describes sufficient financial capability and resources by the applicant to implement and carry out the project within either two (July 1, 2023-June 30, 2025) or four (July 1, 2023-June 30, 2027) years.

Important dates

  • June 21, 2022: WSDOT posts notice of funding opportunity.
  • July 21, 2022: Grant applications available in the Grants Management System for the 2023-2025 biennium.
  • 3 p.m. PST, Oct. 27, 2022: Grant applications due in the Grants Management System.
  • Nov. 1, 2022-Jan. 6, 2023: WSDOT reviews applications and works with applicants to make any application revisions.
  • 3 p.m. PST, Jan. 24, 2023: Revised applications due in the Grants Management System.
  • Jan. 27, 2023: Regional rankings are due from Regional Transportation Planning Organizations.
  • February-April 2023: Independent evaluation panel reviews and scores applications.
  • May-June 2023: WSDOT sends 2023-2025 biennium grant award letters to grantees after the Governor signs the transportation budget.
  • July 1, 2023: 2023-2025 biennium begins.

Awards

The table below shows 147 new and continuing Consolidated grant projects funded for $79 million. This includes $44 million for 57 continuing four-year projects from 2019-2021, and $35 million in funding for 90 new projects in 2021-2023.

Organization

County/Counties

Project description

Award

Asotin County PTBA (Asotin County Public Transportation Benefit Area)

Asotin

Provides capital support to purchase two replacement ADA accessible, cutaway vehicles, and camera and annunciation systems for fixed-route service

$192,800

Ben Franklin Transit (Benton-Franklin Public Transportation)

Benton, Franklin

Provides support for an analysis of existing services to identify and quantify transit service gaps

$50,000

Blaine-Birch Bay Park and Recreation District 2

Whatcom

Provides support for a planning study to identify and prioritize feasible concepts for safe, active transportation networks

$47,500

Catholic Community Services of King County (Catholic Comm. Services of Western Washington - King County)

King

Sustains volunteer transportation services to low-income seniors and persons with special needs

$106,484

Catholic Community Services of Snohomish County (Catholic Comm. Services of Western Washington - Snohomish)

Snohomish

Sustains the volunteer driver program for Disabled Veterans Transportation Programs (DVT)

$41,650

Catholic Community Services of Western Washington (Pierce County)

Pierce

Sustains volunteer transportation services*

$290,886

Catholic Community Services of Western Washington (Thurston County)

Thurston

Sustains support for Thurston County Bus Buddies*

$98,783

Central Transit (City of Ellensburg)

Kittitas

Sustains fixed-route and ADA accessible demand response services for persons with special needs and the general public

$961,340

Clallam Transit System (Clallam County Public Transportation Benefit Area)

Clallam

Sustains paratransit services*

$1,766,339

Clallam Transit System (Clallam County Public Transportation Benefit Area)

Clallam

Sustains fixed-route services for the general public

$368,302

Clallam Transit System (Clallam County Public Transportation Benefit Area)

Clallam, Jefferson Kitsap

Provides capital support to purchase three replacement buses for fixed-route service

$1,382,928

Clallam Transit System (Clallam County Public Transportation Benefit Area)

Clallam

Sustains fixed-route regional bus services

$296,857

COAST Public Transportation (Council on Aging & Human Services)

Asotin, Garfield, Whitman

Sustains operating assistance for on- demand and deviated fixed-route services*

$588,766

Coastal CAP (Coastal Community Action Program)

Mason, Thurston

Expands an employment transportation program for low-income persons and people with special needs in underserved areas

$234,803

Coastal CAP (Coastal Community Action Program)

Grays Harbor, Pacific

Provides capital support for the replacement of two vans for demand response service

$54,000

Coastal CAP (Coastal Community Action Program)

Mason, Thurston

Provides capital support for the replacement of one van for demand response service

$28,500

Coastal CAP (Coastal Community Action Program)

Grays Harbor, Pacific

Sustains Driven to Opportunity program for employment and education*

$527,300

Columbia County Public Transportation

Columbia

Provides capital support for eight bus shelters

$60,000

Columbia County Public Transportation

Columbia, Walla Walla

Sustains fixed-route and demand response services*

$1,784,724

Community Action of Skagit County

Skagit

Sustains mobility management services to low-income transit users

$48,938

Cowlitz Indian Tribe

Cowlitz, Lewis

Sustains Cowlitz Tribal Transit rural demand response services*

$467,516

Cowlitz-Wahkiakum Council of Governments

Cowlitz, Grays Harbor, Lewis, Pacific, Wahkiakum

Provides support for a regional mobility management program for seniors and people with disabilities

$228,939

ECHHO (Ecumenical Christian Helping Hands Organization)

Jefferson

Sustains volunteer driver, demand response transportation system for persons with special needs

$30,250

Entrust Community Services

Yakima

Expands door-to-door transportation services for people with disabilities in rural areas

$427,882

Garfield County Transportation Authority

Asotin, Garfield

Sustains rural commuter, medical/shopper routes and local demand response services

$131,336

Garfield County Transportation Authority

Asotin, Garfield

Provides capital support for the replacement of one van for commuter and demand response service

$39,456

Garfield County Transportation Authority

Asotin, Garfield

Provides capital support for the replacement of one, eight passenger vehicle for demand response service

$30,720

Garfield County Transportation Authority

Asotin, Garfield, Nez Perce County (Idaho)

Sustains weekday rural commuter routes, medical/shopper route into Asotin County and Nez Perce County (Idaho), and local demand response service for Garfield County*

$350,164

Grant Transit Authority (Grant County Public Transportation Benefit Area)

Grant

Sustains services for fixed-route, demand response and paratransit

$1,500,000

Grant Transit Authority (Grant County Public Transportation Benefit Area)

Grant

Provides capital support to purchase two ADA-accessible propane-fueled buses to replace two diesel buses

$240,800

Grays Harbor Transit (Grays Harbor Transportation Authority)

Grays Harbor, Jefferson, Lewis, Mason, Pacific, Thurston

Sustains fixed-route transportation services, door-to-door demand response services for people with special needs and the general public

$1,500,000

Grays Harbor Transit (Grays Harbor Transportation Authority)

Grays Harbor, Jefferson, Lewis, Mason, Pacific, Thurston

Provides capital support for the replacement of three heavy-duty and one medium-duty cutaway buses

$1,340,000

Homage Senior Services (Senior Services of Snohomish County)

Island, King, Snohomish

Provides capital support for the replacement of two ADA-accessible vans

$120,000

Homage Senior Services (Senior Services of Snohomish County)

Snohomish

Sustains volunteer transportation program in rural area serving seniors and persons with disabilities

$79,556

Homage Senior Services (Senior Services of Snohomish County)

Snohomish

Expands the hours and days of service for the Transportation Assistance Program (TAP) in rural areas

$367,727

Homage Senior Services (Senior Services of Snohomish County)

Snohomish

Sustains Transportation Outreach Program (TAP) mobility management services

$112,474

Hopelink

King

Provides support for a multimodal trip planning and transportation request service for special needs populations

$148,063

Hopelink

King

Sustains mobility management and operational support for special needs transportation services*

$667,248

Hopelink

King, Pierce, Snohomish

Supports the Regional Alliance for Resilient and Equitable Transportation project, which provides critical services for vulnerable populations in the event of a disaster*

$88,456

HopeSource

Kittitas

Sustains ADA-accessible public transit commuter service

$541,829

HopeSource

Kittitas

Sustains demand response, door-to-door transportation services supporting people with special needs

$1,443,665

HopeSource

Kittitas

Provides capital support for the replacement of one, 12 passenger bus for demand response service

$297,000

HopeSource

Kittitas

Provides capital support for the replacement of two buses for commuter service

$232,200

Human Services Council

Clark

Sustains the Employment Transportation services for low-income persons and persons with disabilities

$522,550

Human Services Council

Clark

Expands shuttle service transportation for seniors, people with disabilities and socially isolated individuals

$315,464

Human Services Council

Cowlitz, Wahkiakum

Sustains Reserve-A-Ride services*

$401,000

Human Services Council

Clark

Sustains Reserve-A-Ride services*

$337,380

Intercity Transit

Pierce, Thurston

Provides capital support for the replacement of 18 vans for the Dial-A-Lift program

$2,275,344

Intercity Transit

Pierce, Thurston

Sustains accessible, general public transportation services on the I-5 corridor between Thurston and Pierce Counties

$1,301,607

Island County Public Transportation Benefit Area (Island Transit)

Island

Provides capital support for the replacement of three medium-duty buses and associated equipment

$465,653

Island County Public Transportation Benefit Area (Island Transit)

Island

Sustains the mobility management services, including a focus on serving people with special needs

$147,275

Island County Public Transportation Benefit Area (Island Transit)

Island

Provides capital support to purchase of nine light-duty buses and associated equipment

$1,123,762

Island Transit (Island County Public Transportation Benefit Area Corporation)

Island

Sustains the North Sound Regional Connector*

$2,458,717

IslandRides (San Juan Islands Shuttle System)

San Juan

Expands on-demand services to seniors, people with disabilities and rural county residents

$417,540

IslandRides (San Juan Islands Shuttle System)

San Juan

Provides capital support to purchase of three electric sedans for demand response service

$123,000

Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe

Clallam, Jefferson

Sustains Jamestown campus-route service*

$161,028

Jefferson Transit (Jefferson Transit Authority)

Jefferson

Sustains East Jefferson fixed-route and on-demand ADA services *

$2,238,905

Jefferson Transit (Jefferson Transit Authority)

Jefferson

Sustains Olympic Connection service*

$399,959

Jefferson Transit Authority (Jefferson Transit)

Clallam, Grays Harbor, Jefferson

Provides capital support for the replacement of one medium-duty bus

$112,000

King County Metro Transit

King

Sustains community shuttles for seniors and people with disabilities*

$553,632

Lewis Mountain Highway Transit (White Pass Community Services Coalition)

Lewis

Sustains services for the general public deviated fixed-route services in eastern and central Lewis County*

$656,665

Link Transit (Chelan Douglas Public Transportation Benefit Area)

Chelan

Sustains demand response services for seniors and the general public

$208,487

Link Transit (Chelan-Douglas Public Transportation Benefit Area)

Chelan, Douglas

Sustains commuter routes serving Wenatchee, Entiat, Ardenvoir, Chelan, Cashmere, Mason, Leavenworth and Waterville*

$850,000

Link Transit (Chelan-Douglas Public Transportation Benefit Area)

Chelan

Sustains Upper Valley demand response services*

$70,000

Link Transit (Chelan-Douglas Public Transportation Benefit Area)

Chelan, Douglas

Sustains mobility management program*

$165,000

Lower Columbia CAP (Lower Columbia Community Action Council, Inc.)

Clark, Cowlitz

Sustains fixed-route services along the I5 corridor between Vancouver, Longview and Castle Rock*

$667,902

Lummi Tribe of the Lummi Reservation (Lummi Indian Business Council)

Whatcom

Sustains fixed-route, route deviated services for the Lummi Reservation

$589,050

Makah Tribal Council

Clallam

Sustains Makah Public Transit*

$166,394

Mason Transit Authority (Mason County Public Transportation Benefit Area)

Jefferson, Kitsap, Mason, Thurston

Provides capital support for the replacement of one heavy-duty bus and six light-duty cutaway buses

$952,145

Mason Transit Authority (Mason County Public Transportation Benefit Area)

Jefferson, Kitsap, Mason, Thurston

Sustains regional transportation connectivity services between Mason Transit and transit services in adjacent counties*

$1,109,722

Mason Transit Authority (Mason County Public Transportation Benefit Area)

Mason

Sustains demand-response services for the elderly, persons with special needs and general public*

$1,294,675

Mason Transit Authority (Mason County Public Transportation Benefit Area)

Mason

Sustains core zone-deviated, fixed-route services for the elderly, special needs populations, and general public*

$525,658

Mid-Columbia Economic Development District

Klickitat, Skamania

Sustains the Gorge TransLink transportation services for seniors and people with disabilities

$71,662

Mid-Columbia Economic Development District

Klickitat, Skamania

Provides support for the planning of a regionally coordinated public transportation system in a rural five-county, bi-state region adjacent to the large metropolitan area of Portland-Vancouver

$50,000

Mt. Adams Transportation Service (Klickitat County Senior Services)

Klickitat

Expands fixed-route service for the general public in the Columbia River Gorge

$505,855

Mt. Adams Transportation Service (Klickitat County Senior Services)

Klickitat

Provides capital support for one bus shelter

$7,634

Mt. Adams Transportation Service (Klickitat County Senior Services)

Klickitat

Sustains dial-a-ride services for the general public, low-income populations, elderly and persons with disabilities*

$975,000

Mt. Si Senior Center

King

Sustains ADA-accessible, demand response services and deviated fixed- route services for the elderly, persons with special needs and low-income populations in North Bend, Snoqualmie, Fall City, Preston, Carnation, Duvall and Monroe*

$1,060,870

Northshore Senior Center

King, Snohomish

Provides capital support for the replacement of two for demand response service

$100,000

Northshore Senior Center

King, Snohomish

Sustains demand-response services for seniors and persons with disabilities*

$122,029

OCTN (Okanogan County Transportation & Nutrition)

Okanogan

Provides capital support for the replacement of three, 14 passenger buses for demand response and one 20 passenger bus for commuter route services

$276,128

OCTN (Okanogan County Transportation & Nutrition)

Douglas, Okanogan

Sustains demand-response services*

$979,440

OCTN (Okanogan County Transportation & Nutrition)

Okanogan

Sustains rural commuter routes*

$703,586

Olympic Community Action Programs

Clallam, Jefferson

Sustains West End Job Lift program*

$128,475

Pacific Transit System (Pacific County Public Transportation Benefit Area)

Pacific

Provides capital support for the replacement of one van for the Dial-A-Ride program

$82,320

Pacific Transit System (Pacific County Public Transportation Benefit Area)

Pacific

Sustains rural demand-response services*

$559,156

Pacific Transit System (Pacific County Public Transportation Benefit Area)

Clatsop County (Oregon), Grays Harbor, Pacific

Sustains rural fixed-route services*

$1,211,659

People For People

Benton, Franklin

Sustains accessible demand response and route deviated transportation services in rural communities

$277,098

People For People

Adams, Benton, Chelan, Douglas, Franklin, Grant, Lincoln

Provides capital support for the replacement of four light-duty buses and one medium-duty bus

$445,239

People For People

Adams, Benton, Franklin

Sustains mobility management services

$136,699

People For People

Yakima

Supports the capital replacement of two light-duty cutaway vehicles and one medium-duty cutaway diesel vehicle for special needs demand response and fixed-route services

$292,115

People For People

Adams, Grant, Lincoln

Sustains the Bilingual Mobility Coordinator-Travel Trainer position that informs the community on how to use transportation services

$164,242

People For People

Yakima

Sustains rural special needs transportation services*

$2,814,223

People For People

Adams, Grant, Lincoln

Sustains rural special needs transportation*

$2,021,601

People For People

Yakima

Sustains mobility management services*

$137,081

Pierce County (Pierce County Human Services)

Pierce

Sustains the existing mobility management project for people with special needs

$184,000

Pierce County Human Services (Pierce County)

Pierce

Sustains Beyond the Borders demand-response and deviated fixed-route services for special needs riders in east and south Pierce County*

$1,197,299

Pierce Transit (Pierce County Public Transportation Benefit Area Corporation)

Pierce

Expands transit connections for seniors and people with special needs

$296,645

PSESD (Puget Sound Educational Service District)

Pierce

Sustains Key Peninsula School Bus Connects serving persons with special needs within the Peninsula School District*

$150,000

PSESD (Puget Sound Educational Service District)

King, Pierce

Sustains Road to Independence Van Program, a driver training program for low-income people who provide transportation to people with special needs*

$572,000

Pullman Transit (City of Pullman)

Whitman

Provides capital support for the replacement of one ADA-accessible bus

$714,839

Pullman Transit (City of Pullman)

Whitman

Sustains fixed-route services*

$2,224,602

Pullman Transit (City of Pullman)

Whitman

Sustains operating assistance for the City of Pullman's Dial-A-Ride services*

$655,440

RiverCities Transit (City of Longview)

Cowlitz

Provides capital support for the replacement of four ADA-accessible buses

$368,000

RiverCities Transit (City of Longview)

Cowlitz

Sustains paratransit services for the Longview and Kelso urban area*

$766,831

Rural Resources Community Action

Ferry, Pend Oreille, Steven

Provides capital support for the replacement of three ADA-accessible buses

$180,000

Rural Resources Community Action

Ferry, Pend Oreille, Stevens

Sustains demand-response services for veterans and persons with special needs and volunteer transportation for medical and social services*

$1,344,674

Rural Resources Community Action

Stevens

Sustains the commuter route service for transit dependent persons between Kettle Falls, Chewelah and Colville*

$335,823

San Juan County (San Juan County Health Department)

San Juan

Sustains the Transportation Voucher Program that serves seniors, persons with disabilities, veterans and low-income persons

$364,335

Sauk-Suiattle Indian Tribe

Skagit, Snohomish

Sustains fixed-route services

$447,791

Senior Services of Snohomish County (Homage Senior Services)

Snohomish

Sustains demand response services for seniors, persons with disabilities and low-income individuals

$1,415,676

Skagit Transit (Skagit Transit System)

Skagit

Expands frequency of fixed route and paratransit services

$509,450

Skagit Transit (Skagit Transit System)

Skagit

Provides capital support to purchase an interactive voice response module for the purpose of translating customer service information from English to Spanish via phone

$20,000

Skagit Transit (Skagit Transit System)

Skagit

Sustains operations of Skagit Transit route 40X*

$117,391

Skamania County Senior Services (Skamania County)

Clark, Klickitat, Skamania

Sustains route deviated transit services for seniors, people with special needs and the general public

$208,100

Skamania County Senior Services (Skamania County)

Clark, Skamania

Sustains demand response dial-a-ride service for seniors, people with special needs and the general public

$308,577

Skamania County Senior Services (Skamania County)

Clark, Klickitat, Skamania

Provides capital support for the replacement of three vans Dial-A-Ride program

$114,876

SNAP (Spokane Neighborhood Action Partners)

Spokane

Sustains volunteer driver program to serve people with special needs and the general public

$253,324

Sound Generations

King

Sustains the Hyde shuttles, a community-based paratransit service in King County*

$1,858,141

Special Mobility Services

Spokane

Provides capital support for the replacement of two ADA-accessible bus

$95,760

Special Mobility Services

Spokane

Provides capital support for the replacement of one ADA-accessible bus

$191,520

Special Mobility Services

Adams, Lincoln

Sustains the Deer Park deviated fixed-route service for the general public and people with special needs

$538,756

Special Mobility Services

Spokane

Expands the Deer Park deviated fixed-route service for the general public and people with special needs

$117,300

Special Mobility Services Inc.

Spokane

Sustains the Deer Park dial-a-ride and deviated fixed route services*

$457,314

Special Mobility Services Inc.

Adams, Lincoln

Sustains the Davenport community and Ritzville community deviated fixed-route shuttles*

$396,524

Special Mobility Services Inc.

Pend Oreille

Sustains the Newport community deviated fixed-route shuttle*

$252,582

Spokane Tribe (Spokane Tribe of Indians)

Spokane, Stevens

Sustains fixed-route and paratransit services

$676,500

Spokane Tribe (Spokane Tribe of Indians)

Spokane, Stevens

Provides capital support for the replacement of four vans for paratransit services

$122,000

Spokane Tribe (Spokane Tribe of Indians)

Spokane, Stevens

Sustains the Moccasin Express general fixed-route operating services*

$800,000

Squaxin Island Tribe

Grays Harbor, Mason, Thurston

Sustains operating assistance for Squaxin Transit deviated fixed-route services*

$209,475

Stanwood Community and Senior Center

Island, Snohomish

Provides support for a hybrid pilot program of fixed and deviated route service for people with disabilities, seniors and low-income persons

$630,000

The Arc of Tri-Cities

Benton, Franklin

Sustains demand response transportation services for persons with disabilities

$46,890

The Arc of Tri-Cities

Benton, Franklin

Provides capital support for the replacement of two ADA-accessible vans for demand response service

$108,715

The Arc of Tri-Cities

Benton, Franklin

Expands demand response transportation services for persons with disabilities

$67,028

Thurston Regional Planning Council

Thurston

Provides support for an accessible website to provide more information for people with special transportation needs and the general public

$64,000

Thurston Regional Planning Council

Grays Harbor, Lewis, Thurston

Sustains rural transit route-deviated, on- demand services for the general public and people with disabilities*

$1,328,736

Tri County Economic Development District

Stevens

Sustains the Regional Mobility-Veterans Services Coordinator (RM-VSC) position which provides coordination and outreach for the general public and persons with special needs

$143,683

Twin Transit (Lewis Public Transportation Benefit Area)

Lewis

Sustains fixed-route and paratransit services in Centralia and Chehalis*

$1,489,595

United Way of Pierce County

Pierce

Provides support for South Sound 2-1-1 Transportation Resource Center*

$236,493

Wahkiakum Health and Human Services/Wahkiakum on the Move

Cowlitz, Pacific, Wahkiakum

Sustains rural bus services for the general public

$842,939

Whatcom Council of Governments

Whatcom

Provides mobility management support for seniors and youth*

$231,000

Workforce Snohomish (Workforce Development Council of Snohomish County)

Snohomish

Sustains special needs transportation services

$184,800

WTA (Whatcom Transportation Authority)

Whatcom

Provides capital support for the replacement of 12 paratransit buses

$1,440,000

WTA (Whatcom Transportation Authority)

Whatcom

Sustains travel training program for seniors and persons with disabilities

$170,768

WTA (Whatcom Transportation Authority)

Whatcom

Provides support for a cross-county paratransit feasibility study

$45,000

Yakama Nation (Confederated Tribes and Bands of the Yakama Nation) Yakima Expands operating assistance for Pahto Public Passage Tribal Transportation fixed-route services $326,601

Yakima Transit (City of Yakima)

Kittitas, Yakima

Sustains the Yakima-Ellensburg commuter service*

$496,660

*Indicates a four-year continuing project that began in the 2019-2021 biennium.

For more information, contact your local WSDOT Public Transportation Community Liaison.

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