CMAQ and STBG Programs

About CMAQ

The Congestion Mitigation and Air Quality Improvement Program (CMAQ), is a federal-aid highway program that provides funds for transportation projects or programs that will contribute to meeting the requirements of the Clean Air Act.  CMAQ funds generally cannot be used for projects that result in the construction of new capacity for single-occupancy vehicles. You can learn more about the federal CMAQ funding program here.

About STBG

The Surface Transportation Block Grant Program (STBG) is the most flexible type of federal transportation funding and can be used for a wide range of transportation projects, planning, and programs. You can learn more about the federal STBG funding program here.

Application and Project Selection Process

The FAMPO document, CMAQ/RSTP Funding Project Application, Selection, and Prioritization Methodology details the application process as well as the methodology used to select and prioritize projects for CMAQ and STBG funding. The document is available here and was amended on February 22, 2021.

Current CMAQ and STBG Allocations

This chart lists all projects in the FAMPO area that have been allocated CMAQ and STBG funding for fiscal years 2021 through 2026. The chart refers to STBG funds by the former acronym, RSTP. 

 

Call for Projects for Fiscal Years 2022-2027

FAMPO localities and agencies operating in the FAMPO region are encouraged to submit project applications for CMAQ and/or STBG funding from March 1st through March 22nd of 2021. Eligible applicants are asked to submit no more than three projects for funding consideration and will be asked to prioritize their project submissions. Applications may be submitted using this Google form or by filling out this Word document. Email the completed Word document to fampo@gwregion.org  For changes to submitted applications, please contact FAMPO staff before the application deadline, fampo@gwregion.org