Mobility Management Letter of Intent
Funding Source: Mobility management activities are eligible for funding through the Elderly Individuals with Individuals with Disabilities (Section 5310) Program.
Program Details: All projects must be derived from a coordinated transportation plan and be competitively selected. more program details are available in the Mobility Management Program Guide
Proposal Deadline for CY 2020 Funding: Projects must submit a letter of intent by October 1, 2018. Full applications will be released to eligible entities on January 2, 2019. Full applications are due on March 1, 2019.
Olivia HookStatewide Mobility Coordinator(614) 466-8957
CY 2015 applications are due May 7, 2014.
Note that an incorrect version of Appendix K, the Certifications and Assurances, was included in the original application file. The file posted below contains the correct version of Appendix K. Please make sure the version of Appendix K you include with your application shows "Ohio Department of Transportation" at the top of the first page.AnnouncementApplication, Instructions, and Program InformationApplication WebinarQuestions and Answers
Coordination Program History
Mobility Management Program Guide
CY 2019 Mobility Management Application Instructions
Mobility Managers Contact Information
Mobility Managers and Regions
Invoices ReceivedSubmit Project Reports (4th quarter 2014 or December reports)Submit Project Reports (1st quarter 2015 or January reports and beyond)QAR QuestionsSample QAR Report
In addition to the Ohio Coordination Program, projects selected for assistance under one of the following grant programs must also be derived from a coordinated transportation plan:
Specialized Transportation Program (Section 5310)
National Center for Mobility ManagementNational RTAPEaster Seals Project ACTIONNational Center on Senior TransportationIntelligent Transportation Peer-to-Peer ProgramNational Transit InstituteTransit Cooperative Research Program
TCRP Report 144: Sharing the Costs of Human Services Transportation• Instructions• Cost Sharing Model• Example Completed Cost Sharing Model
Expanding Mobility Options for Older Adults: Community Design IncentivesWilliam W. Millar, American Public Transportation Association, April 2005
Transportation-Disadvantaged Seniors: Efforts to Enhance Senior Mobility Could Benefit from Additional Guidance and Information.United States Government Accountability Office, August 2004
Aging Americans: Stranded without OptionsSurface Transportation Policy Project, April 2004
ODOT's A Handbook for Coordinating Transportation Services and A Guide for Implementing Coordinated Transportation Systems:• Volume I: Coordination Handbook• Volume II: Implementation Guide
Ohio Department of AgingOpportunities for Ohioans with DisabilitiesOhio Department of Developmental DisabilitiesOhio Developmental Disabilities CouncilUnited We RideAPTA Resource Library: Mobility ManagementNational Complete Streets CoalitionNational Council on DisabilityUnited States Access Board