Funding Opportunity for Local Municipalities
Up to $300,000 will be awarded to Pilot Smart Transportation Technology in SWPA Communities
Carnegie Mellon University’s Traffic21, a research institute operated out of the Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy, and its affiliated USDOT National University Transportation Center in the College of Engineering, Mobility21, are sponsoring a challenge that will transform southwestern Pennsylvania into a test bed for mobility innovation.
Municipalities within the 10-county Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission (SPC) region are encouraged to identify mobility needs affecting their citizens and businesses and to apply for Challenge funds via a brief online form. Up to $300,000 in awards will fund CMU faculty and students to pilot selected projects. Click here to access the application form and additional details. The deadline for applicants is July 14.