Public Mass Transportation Fund
The Indiana State Legislature established the Public Mass Transportation Fund (I.C. 8-23-3-8) to promote and develop transportation in Indiana. The funds are allocated to public transit systems on a performance based formula. (PMTF Formula)
An eligible recipient is defined as any transit system that receives federal funds under the Federal Transit Act and provides public transportation in Indiana.
- Operating Project Grants
Operating Grants provide assistance for the operations of the transit service. PMTF funds are restricted to a dollar for dollar match with Locally Derived Income.
- Capital Project Grants
Capital projects generally include expenses for purchasing vehicles, communication equipment, fare boxes, passenger shelters, and construction of and rehabilitation of transit facilities. PMTF funds are restricted to a dollar for dollar match with Locally Derived Income.
- CY 2015 Funding
Actual funding level for 2015: $42.5 Million
CY 2015 Grant Application
Public Transit Program Manager
Indiana Department of Transportation
100 N. Senate Ave., Room N-955
Indianapolis, IN 46204