TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM (TAP)
TAP is a federal reimbursement program that funds pedestrian and bicycle facilities or related multimodal infrastructure projects or programs. Projects may include planning, design/construction or maintenance. TAP is administered through the New Mexico Department of Transportation (NMDOT), who contracts with SNMEDD for carrying out TAP functions through SERTPO. The SERTPO Program Manager accepts applications from eligible entities, as specified in the NMDOT TAP-RTP Guide. Funding cycles occur approximately every two years.
When the application cycle is open, applicants complete their preliminary application, the Project Feasibility Form (PFF). The PFFs are submitted to the SERTPO Program Manager, according to the PFF deadline established and approved by the SERTPO Policy Committee. Once the SERTPO Program Manager receives the PFFs, feasibility reviews are scheduled with the applicants. Applicants, NMDOT and the SERTPO Program Manager participate in a feasibility review. Applicants with an NMDOT-approved PFF will proceed to complete their final application. Complete application packages are due to the SERTPO Program Manager by the SERTPO-approved deadline. SERTPO submits its applications from the region to NMDOT, who conducts the funding review and selection.
DATES TO REMEMBER
HOW TO APPLY
The SERTPO deadline for submitting a preliminary application or Project Feasibility Form (PFF) for the TAP Program FFY 2020-21+ funding cycle was July 2, 2018. Information on this funding cycle can be found in the Application Guide below.
Application forms are provided below.