Federal Lands Access Program (FLAP)
The Federal Lands Access Program (FLAP), established by the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21), provides funds for projects providing access to Federal lands and transportation facilities located on, or adjacent to, Federal owned lands. The program’s goal is to improve transportation facilities associated with Federal lands, favoring locations with high recreation use and projects that result in a sizable economic benefit. The FLAP is designed to provide flexibility for a wide range of transportation projects. The intent of this program is to supplement State and local funding resources.
Call for Projects
The California Federal Lands Access Program (FLAP) Programming Decisions Committee (PDC) is currently accepting project proposals for the 2021 Call For Projects. Proposals will be accepted through May 27, 2021.
• Letter to Applicants (PDF)
• California FLAP 2021 Call for Projects Brochure (PDF)
• FLAP Frequently Asked Questions (PDF)
• California FLAP 2021 Call for Projects Evaluation Criteria (PDF)
• Toll Credit Supplemental Worksheet (PDF)
Prospective Applicants Webinar
Three webinars were presented for prospective applicants in December 2020, January 2021, and February 2021. Although no additional webinars are planned for this call-for-projects, prospective applicants may obtain a copy of the webinar slides and view a recording of the presentation by visiting the California Federal Lands Access Program (CA FLAP) website. The last three links in the Event Details subsection of the CA FLAP website provide access to the presentation slides and the recorded webinar presentation (split into two parts). Also on the CA FLAP website are links to help prospective applicants with their submittal package, including a Toll Credit Supplemental Worksheet.
Jill Locken, P.E. PMP
Federal Lands Access Program Manager
Central Federal Lands Highway Division
Bob Baca, P.E.
Branch Chief and Federal Infrastructure Programs Manager
Division of Local Assistance, Office of Federal Programs
California Department of Transportation (Caltrans), HQ
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