Congressman James E. Clyburn

Proudly Serving the 6th District of South Carolina

Transportation, Housing and Urban Development and Related Agencies

The Subcommittee on Transportation, Housing and Urban Development and Related Agencies will only accept community project funding requests in the following accounts:

  • DOT - Airport Improvement Program 
  • DOT - Highway Infrastructure Projects 
  • DOT - Transit Infrastructure Projects 
  • HUD - Economic Development Initiatives 

General guidance from the Subcommittee is available here. Because of extensive guidance for each account, read the corresponding link with guidance on each account. 

DOT - Airport Improvement Program

AIP community project funding requests shall be used for enhancing airport safety, capacity, and security, and mitigating environmental concerns. All projects must be:

  • AIP eligible in accordance with sections 47101 to 47175 of title 49, United States Code, and FAA policy and guidance.
  • Supported broadly by local stakeholders, including residents, businesses, and elected officials.
  • Administered by an airport and/or airport sponsor.

Note: the average award in this account for FY22 was $4 million. Note that the Committee may consider project amounts of up to $7 million for FY23, but any caps will be determined by the Chairman after reviewing the full universe of requests. 

Further guidance from the Subcommittee on requests in this account is available here.

Click here to download the project request form for the DOT - Airport Improvement Program account

DOT - Highway Infrastructure Projects

Highway Infrastructure Projects are capital projects eligible under title 23 of the United States Code. Eligible projects are described under Section 133(b) of title 23, United States Code, as amended by title III of division A of the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. Tribal and territorial capital projects authorized under Chapter 2 of title 23, United States Code, are also eligible. All projects must be:

  • Capital projects or project-specific planning/design for a capital project.
  • Supported by the state or Tribal government that would administer the project.Inclusion on a Statewide Transportation Improvement Plan (STIP) or Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) would satisfy this requirement.
  • Administered by public entities or Tribal entities. 

Note: the average award in this account for fiscal year 2022 was $2.7 million. Note that the Committee may consider project amounts of up to $7 million for FY23, but any caps will be determined by the Chairman after reviewing the full universe of requests

Further guidance from the Subcommittee on requests in this account is available here.

Click here to download the project request form for the DOT - Highway Infrastructure Projects account

DOT - Transit Infrastructure Projects

Transit Infrastructure Projects are public transportation capital projects eligible under chapter 53 of title 49 of the United States Code. Eligible capital projects are described under Section 5302(4) of title 49, United States Code, and Section 5339(b)(1) and (c)(1)(B) of title 49, United States Code. All projects must be:

  • Transit capital projects or project-specific planning/design for a transit capital project.
  • Supported by the state, local governmental authority, or Tribal government that would administer the project. Inclusion on a Statewide Transportation Improvement Plan (STIP) or Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) would satisfy this requirement.
  • Administered by public entities or Tribal entities.

Note: the average award in this account for fiscal year 2022 was $2.5 million. Note that the Committee may consider project amounts of up to $7 million for FY23, but any caps will be determined by the Chairman after reviewing the full universe of requests.

Further guidance from the Subcommittee on requests in this account is available here.

Click here to download the project request form for the DOT - Transit Infrastructure Projects account

HUD - Economic Development Initiatives

EDI community project funding may be used for economic and community development activities, including land or site acquisition, demolition or rehabilitation of housing or facilities, construction and capital improvements of public facilities (including water and sewer facilities), and public services. Requests may also include planning and other activities consistent with previously funded activities eligible under the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program (title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974, as amended (42 U.S.C. 5301 et seq.)), unless otherwise specified. EDI community project funding is not eligible for the reimbursement of expenses for activities or costs incurred prior to the obligation of funds, if such activities are not eligible under the CDBG program. Capital and operating expenses for fire and police stations are not eligible for EDI community project funding. All projects must be:

  • Supported broadly by local stakeholders, including residents, businesses, and elected officials.
  • Administered by governmental or non-profit entities, including public housing agencies, as well as tribes and tribally designated housing entities.

Note: the average award in this account for fiscal year 2022 was $1.5 million. Note that the Committee may consider project amounts of up to $4 million for FY23, but any caps will be determined by the Chairman after reviewing the full universe of requests.

Further guidance from the Subcommittee on requests in this account is available here.

Click here to download the project request form for the HUD - Economic Development Initiatives account