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2014 TIGER Discretionary Grants

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TIGER Discretionary Grants


The Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery, or TIGER Discretionary Grant program, provides a unique opportunity for the DOT to invest in road, rail, transit, and port projects that promise to achieve critical national objectives. Since 2009, Congress has dedicated more than $4.1 billion for six rounds to fund projects that have a significant impact on the Nation, a region or a metropolitan area.

The TIGER program enables DOT to examine a broad array of projects on their merits, to help ensure that taxpayers are getting the highest value for every dollar invested.  In each round of TIGER, DOT receives many applications to build and repair critical pieces of our freight and passenger transportation networks. Applicants must detail the benefits their project would deliver for five long-term outcomes: safety, economic competitiveness, state of good repair, livability, and environmental sustainability.


Enacted FY 2014 Appropriations Bill Includes $600 Million TIGER Program


On January 17th, the President signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2014. The bill funds much of the federal government for fiscal year 2014 activities, including a $600 million authorization for National Infrastructure Investments, referred to by DOT as TIGER Discretionary Grants.

Please stay tuned to this page for updates including the upcoming Notice of Funding Availability, 2014 Webinar Series, and applicant instructions. Prospective applicants are encouraged to look through Frequently Asked Questions, past webinars, and other guidance by clicking TIGER 2014 on the left side of the page.


Source:  U. S. Department of Transportation: TIGER Discretionary Grants–Website:










Links for TIGER 2014


TIGER 2014


How to Apply

Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA)

Additional Guidance

Webinar Series

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)







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