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Additional Information on Eligibility
The Applicant must be a public sector agency, such as a state DOT, a transit agency, a metropolitan planning organization (MPO), or other such public sector agency. It is desirable that the public sector agency be one that deals with transportation issues on a regular basis. See Section III of the complete Request for Applications (RFA) package.
The purpose of this solicitation is to select up to eight (8) Sites for assessment of their capability to demonstrate integrated corridor management. The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), and the U.S. Department of Transportations (DOTs) Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Joint Program Office (JPO) hereby request applications to result in the award of up to eight (8) cooperative agreements for participation in the Integrated Corridor Management (ICM) initiative. The U.S. DOT ITS JPO began the ICM Initiative to improve safety and mobility within corridors, and to advance the development and deployment of ICM systems throughout the United States. The goal of the initiative is to develop and provide the organizational guidance, operational capabilities, and ITS technical methods needed for effective integrated corridor management. The U.S. DOT will conduct one or more demonstration projects in selected metropolitan corridors to demonstrate the coordination of operations among separate corridor networks, using proven and emerging ITS technologies, to increase the effective use of the total corridor capacity.