Incident Management Equipment Purchase CFP


2020 Call for Projects

A total of $1.5 million dollars is available through NCTCOG's Incident Management (IM) Equipment Purchase 2020 Call for Projects to eligible agencies for the purchase of equipment and technology used to mitigate traffic incidents in the North Central Texas nonattainment area. The Call for Projects covers multiple jurisdictions throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth nonattainment area, including Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Johnson, Kaufman, Parker, Rockwall, Tarrant, and Wise Counties.
 
Types of equipment eligible for funding include but is not limited to: cones, protective clothing, traffic barriers, signs, cameras, flares, barrels, lighting, radio equipment, accident reconstruction equipment/ technology, etc.  Agencies selected to receive funding are responsible for purchasing the desired equipment and seeking reimbursement from NCTCOG.
 
Note: Five points are available to agencies who complete the Incident Management Commitment Level Survey, so it is highly encouraged that each agency complete the survey prior to the Call closing. 
 

Call for Projects Application Material

(All documents are in PDF unless otherwise noted)
 
Appendices  

For questions regarding the Incident Management Equipment Purchase 2020 Call for Projects, please contact Camille Fountain.

 

2014 Call for Projects

A total of $2 million dollars was available through NCTCOG's Incident Management (IM) Equipment Purchase 2014 Call for Projects to eligible agencies for the purchase of equipment and technology used to mitigate traffic incidents in the North Central Texas nonattainment area. The Call for Projects covered multiple jurisdictions throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth nonattainment area, including Collin, Dallas, Denton, Ellis, Johnson, Kaufman, Parker, Rockwall, Tarrant, and Wise Counties.
 
Types of equipment eligible for funding included but was not limited to: cones, protective clothing, traffic barriers, signs, cameras, flares, barrels, lighting, radio equipment, accident reconstruction equipment/ technology, etc.  Agencies selected to receive funding are responsible for purchasing the desired equipment and seeking reimbursement from NCTCOG.
 

 



 
For more information regarding NCTCOG's Incident Management Equipment Purchase 2014 Call for Projects, contact either Camille Fountain or Sonya Landrum.