Tribal Transportation Program (TTP)

The Tribal Transportation Program (TTP) is the largest program in the Office of Federal Lands Highway. Established in 23 U.S.C. 202 to address the transportation needs of Tribal governments throughout the United States, the program receives $450,000,000 annually to provide safe and adequate transportation and public road access to and within Indian reservations, Indian lands, and Alaska Native Village communities. A prime objective of the TTP is to contribute to the economic development, self-determination, and employment of Indians and Native Americans.

The Tribal Transportation Program is funded by contract authority from the Highway Trust Fund and is subject to the overall Federal-aid obligation limitation. Funds are allocated among Tribes using a new statutory formula based on tribal population, road mileage and average tribal shares of the former Tribal Transportation Allocation Methodology (TTAM) formula.

What's New?

Look here frequently to find the latest information about the TTP such as MAP-21 updates, and the status of Continuing Resolutions (CRs); Tribal Share Allocation letters; Safety Fund Notices of Funding Availability (NOFAs); press releases; webinars and other technical assistance; and updates to information such as 25CFR170, etc.

The Office of the Secretary

Invites You to a Coffee and Listening Session

In conjunction with
The Sixth Annual White House Tribal Nations Conference
Thursday, December 4, 2014
9:00 am 11:00 am
US Department of Transportation
1200 New Jersey Avenue, SE Washington, DC 20590
Media Center

The U.S. Department of Transportation invites you to participate in a coffee and listening session. Tribal leaders will have the opportunity to openly discuss transportation issues with DOT leadership and share best practices and success stories from their tribal communities.

Please RSVP at tribalconsultation@dot.gov by noon on Friday, November 28, 2014.

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