Registration Ends TODAY for Online TIGER Grant Workshop

The TIGER Discretionary Grant Program is a multimodal, merit-based, discretionary grant program that is designed to provide support for innovative transportation projects of National, regional and local significance, including projects that may be left out of traditional transportation programs. The TIGER grant program has awarded $2.1 billion to 126 transportation projects in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. During the previous two rounds, the Department of Transportation received more than 2,500 applications requesting more than $79 billion for transportation projects across the country.

This free seminar will be held in the Atrium of the West Building of the USDOT Headquarters and simulcast via the web. Access to this webcast will be available through the Department’s website at www.dot.gov/tiger. There is no registration fee for this seminar, but advance registration is required to attend in person. To attend, please register via e-mail to the following address: TigerGrants@dot.gov. Registration will be available through Wednesday, July 13, 2011. If you require special accommodations, please contact us. Open captioning will be provided in the atrium and on the web.

Advance registration is required.

To attend, please provide the following information via

e-mail to TigerGrants@dot.gov (subject line: July 18 Seminar Registration)

First and Last Name:

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Company / Organization:

Mailing Address:

City:

State:

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Telephone Number:

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Registration will be available through July 13.

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