What’s New in StrongPorts
Port Planning and Investment Toolkit
StrongPorts Brochure
ARRA & TIGER Port Project Grants 2009-2014
USDOT Announces TIGER 2014 Projects
StrongPorts Welcomes Community Planner
Federal Highway Administration’s Freight Facts and Figures 2013
Marine Highway Projects Open Season
Strong Demand for TIGER Grants Highlights Continued Need for Transportation Investment

U.S. maritime ports are critical links in the U.S. domestic and international trade supply-chain, serving as the hubs where cargoes are transferred between ocean going vessels, barges, trucks, trains and pipelines. It is the goal of America’s Strong-Ports Program to support efforts to improve infrastructure in ports throughout the United States and to ensure they are capable of meeting our future freight transportation needs.

By addressing planning, stakeholder engagement, operational and capital financing and project management, this program will provide support to ports working to further increase their capacity and efficiency. To further explore how the Strong-Ports Program can assist ports, please view the presentation above or click on the resources below.



Current Services for Ports
Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) Planning Grants Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery (TIGER) Capital Grants Project Support Services (Eligibility)
Port Planning and Investment Toolkit Transportation Infrastructure Finance and Innovation Act (TIFIA) Program Project Management Services (Eligibility)
PortTalk Regional Collaboration Port Conveyance Program Project Implementation Support
Environmental Coordination Railroad Rehabilitation and Improvement Financing (RRIF) Federal Agency Coordination
Environmental Planning Assistance Other Federal Funding Support Innovative Environmental Solutions
Delivery of Federal Services