Community Mobility Ready-to-Launch Grants 2020
- Has your community-based team developed an innovative transportation solution that improves the ability of low-income community members to become more fully engaged in economic opportunities, improve their health and well-being, and/or become more integrated into their community?
- Has your team followed the human-centered design process in the development and testing of that solution to ensure that it will have the highest potential of success?
- Does your team have a high degree of confidence that the solution will effectively serve customers’ needs, be operationally feasible, and be financially sustainable?
- Has your team developed a detailed operations plan for its solution and now is looking for funding and guidance as it implements a pilot of that solution?
If your community can answer yes to these questions, then you are invited to apply for the National Center for Mobility Management (NCMM)’s Community Mobility Ready-to-Launch Grants 2020. Each grant of up to $75,000 will fund the pilot phase of an already designed solution to allow low-income community members to become more fully engaged in economic opportunities, improve their health and well-being, and/or become more integrated into their community. The Ready-to-Launch grants are supported with funding from the Federal Transit Administration.
The applicant organization must be a non-profit or a government agency that is able to receive, or be a subrecipient of, federal funding. Note that teams should be entering into the grant having already completed a human-centered design process to arrive at the solution being piloted.
How to Apply
A complete application will be a single PDF document, combining all of the components listed in the application document. All applications must meet the initial screening criteria listed in the application to be considered. Application packages should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by the submittal deadline. Applications submitted via other methods will not be considered.
August 26 RFP Released
September 11 Questions due by 11:59 pm EDT
October 1 Applications due by 11:59 pm EDT