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JARC NF Application Presentation Fy2007

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    • 1. Job Access/Reverse Commute & New Freedom Application for Funding FY2007 Funding Cycle September 3, 2008 Bob Steinbach
    • 2. What Is JARC?
      • Grants to improve transportation to:
        • Jobs
        • Employment support
        • Job-specific training programs
      • Targets welfare recipients and eligible low income individuals
      • Available Funds Federal Fiscal Year 07 = $ 287,950
    • 3. What is New Freedom?
      • Targets individuals with disabilities
      • Grants for transportation enhancements beyond requirements of the ADA
      • Goal: connect people with disabilities to the community and employment
      • Must be new service (not operational on or before August 10, 2005)
      • Available Funds Federal Fiscal Year 07 = $ 181,911
    • 4. Competitive Selection Process
      • Application Due Tuesday, October 14, 2008, 4:00 PM
        • If mailed, postmarked no later than Friday, October 10, 2008
      • Project meets an identified need from the Public Transit-Human Services Transportation Coordination Plan http://docs.mvrpc.org/hstc/hstc_plan_reg.pdf
      • Score based on data in Project Narrative
      • Coordination among agencies will be a major consideration
    • 5. Potential Applicants Should:
      • Read the fact sheets available at: http:// www.mvrpc.org/hstc/jarcNewFreedom.php
      • Review the locally developed Coordination Plan http:// docs.mvrpc.org/hstc/hstc_plan_reg.pdf
      • Identify source of non-DOT match (20% for Capital projects, 50% for Operational Projects)
      • Become familiar with FTA Certifications and Assurances; sample available at: http:// docs.mvrpc.org/hstc/certifications.pdf
    • 6. Tips for Successful Applications
      • Look for partners: these programs reward coordination/collaboration
      • Become active in your county’s Coordination Council
      • Identify the specific page number(s) in the Coordination Plan that best justify your project
      • Do not propose projects that duplicate existing service; look for a unique unmet need
    • 7. Application Form Page 8
    • 8. Application Form Page 8
    • 9. Application Form – Mandatory Criteria Page 8
    • 10. Application – Project Narrative Page 9
    • 11. Application – Project Narrative Page 9
    • 12. Application – Project Narrative Page 9
    • 13. Application – Project Narrative Page 9
    • 14. Application – Project Narrative Page 10
    • 15. Application – Project Narrative Page 10
    • 16. Application – Project Narrative Page 10
    • 17. Application - Budget Page 11
    • 18. Application Checklist & Attachments Page 7
    • 19. Application – Due In to MVRPC Page 7
    • 20. For more information: Bob Steinbach 937-531-6531 [email_address]

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