Statewide Transportation Improvement Fund
Over 65 & Community At-Large
Over 65 & Community At-Large
Out of District Boundaries - Baker County
Section 122 of Keep Oregon Moving (Oregon House Bill 2017) established a new dedicated source of funding for expanding public transportation service in Oregon. This new funding source is called the Statewide Transportation Improvement Fund, or STIF. The Oregon Transportation Commission adopted the Oregon Administrative Rules to implement the STIF on June 22 and the rules became effective on July 1, 2018.
“STIF” - Statewide Transportation Improvement Fund - statewide fund established by HB2017 to receive and distribute the new public transit employee tax revenues, and may also receive other funds from the Legislature in the future.
“Qualified Entity” - Mass Transit District, Transportation District, County Government, or Federally-recognized Indian Tribe which will receive funds from the STIF.
“Public Transportation Provider” - a Qualified Entity, city, county, special district, intergovernmental entity or other public entity that provides public transportation services (not a non-profit)
“Advisory Committee” - committee appointed by the Qualified Entity governing body (BOC) to advise and assist them in reviewing the STIF Plan, prioritizing projects, and recommending funding.
“STIF Plan” - means the local plan required by HB2017 which has been reviewed by an Advisory Committee and adopted by the local governing body.
Grant County Transportation District has two current vacancies on the State Transportation Improvement Fund Advisory Committee. This committee provides recommendations to the Board of Directors related to grant funding. If you would like to apply to the committee, an application can be picked up at 229 NE Dayton St, John Day. You can also email Alesa Molyneux at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Special Transportation Fund Advisory Committee and the Statewide Transportation Improvement Fund Advisory Committee for Grant County Transportation District will hold a public meeting on May 9th, 2023 at 12:00PM. this meeting will be held at the John Day Fire Hall at 316 S. Canyon Blvd, John Day. This meeting will also be available via video and teleconference. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss the STF and STIF allocations for the fiscal year July 1, 2022, to June 30, 2024, and receive a presentation from consultants that are updating the GCTD Coordinated Plan. Any person may comment during this public meeting to discuss the use of STF or STIF funds or the updating of the plans. Questions or comments regarding the STF or SITF funds must be submitted via email to email@example.com, or via letter to PO Box 126, John Day, OR 97845 prior to September 13, 2022, at 5:00pm. The STF & STIF Committee Notice and link to the video and teleconference is posted on our website at www.grantcountypeoplemover.com.
May 9th, 2023 at 12:00PM
John Day Fire Hall
316 S Canyon Blvd.
John Day, OR 97845
PC, TABLET, OR SMARTPHONE
PHONE1 (408) 650-3123
Access Code: 423-895-229
The Board reserves the right to recess to Executive Session as may be required any time during the board meeting ORS 192.660(2). Special accomodations may be requested by contacting the District Manager in advance 541-575-2370.
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