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Transportation Delivery

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 Who We Are

The Office of Transportation Delivery, comprising two branches, is responsible for seeking grant funds; overseeing and implementing various statewide public transit grants; and coordinating human service transportation, such as non-emergency medical transportation.
 
Transportation grants offer general public transit services and assist in the mobility for the elderly, low income, and persons with disabilities.
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Kentucky Public Transit Branch

The Kentucky Public Transit Branch distributes and oversees grants, including operating, capital (rolling stock and transit facilities), and technical assistance. These grants are administered directly by statewide nonprofit or public operators. St​atewide, operators vary from a one county rural operation to multiple county systems to large urban area transit agencies. The Public Transit Branch oversees Section 5311, 5310, and some small 5307 public transit agencies.  
 

Human Services Transportation Delivery Branch (HSTD)

The Human Service Transportation Delivery Branch is responsible for the oversight of the Human Service Transportation Delivery (HSTD) program. The HSTD program consolidates transportation services previously provided by various state governmental agencies. Under the HSTD program, transportation services for the Department for Medicaid Services, Department for the Blind, and the Department of Vocational Rehabilitation are now coordinated by the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet, Office of Transportation Delivery.
 

 News/Updates

May 15, 2020 -NOTICE of FUNDING:  On Friday, March 27, 2020, President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act into law.  The CARES Act provides $25 billion to transit agencies nationwide to help prevent, prepare for and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.  At this time, we are accepting requests for Regular Capital and Intercity Capital funds.  We, also, will accept requests for Operating and/or Intercity Operating funds from Agencies that haven’t, previously, requested them or from Agencies that, previously, did not request adequate funding to cover expenses.  To apply for CARES Act funding, please complete the attached Excel spreadsheet and return to the Office of Transportation Delivery by Friday, May 29, 2020.  Notice of CARES Act Funding - 2          Requests for CARES Act Funding - 2

    

May 4, 2020 - Important Message from Elaine L. Chao, U.S. Secretary of Transportation:



April 9, 2020 - NOTICE of FUNDING: On Friday, March 27, 2020, President Trump signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act into law.   The CARES Act provides $25 billion to transit agencies nationwide to help prevent, prepare for and respond to the COVID-19 pandemic.   Rural Transit is being provided with over $58 Million in Section 5311 funding which includes Intercity funds and over $1.7 million in Appalachian Section 5311 funding.   To apply for CARES Act funding, please complete the attached Excel Spreadsheet and return to the Office of Transportation Delivery by, Thursday, April, 16, 2020.  Requests for CARES Act Funding  Notice of CARES Act Funding


March 12, 2020  - The Office of Transportation Delivery announces that all Coordinated Transportation Advisory Committee (CTAC) meetings will be suspended.  CTAC meetings will be held via video/phone conference.  Check out the CTAC link for more information.  


March 4, 2020 - The Office of Transportation Delivery shares information from the Federal Transit Administration (FTA)regarding the COVID-19 (Cornoaviras).  Check out the fact sheet: Coronavirus Fact Sheet

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HSTD Customer Service Hotline
1 (888) 941-7433

Kentucky Relay Service
TDD Users: 1 (800) 648-6056
Voice Users: 1 (800) 648-6057

 

How To:

File a Grant 

Find a Public Transportation Provider

Find a HSTD Broker in your Area

Find a Resource                          

Find a Form

Review the  KY State Management Plan 

Become a Subcontract Transportation Provider

Become a Private Auto Transportation Provider

Review the Transit Asset Management Plan   

Review Title VI Program  

 
Related Links:
 
                                                                                               

Kentucky Public Transit Association

Veterans Connection


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