Reconnecting Communities and Neighborhoods (RCN) Grant Program
May 9, 2024

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law (BIL) allocates $3.2 billion over the next five years to the Reconnecting Communities and Neighborhoods (RCN) Grant Program formerly known as the Neighborhood Access and Equity Grant (NAEG) program, which is the first-ever federal program designed to reconnect communities that were previously cut off from economic opportunities by transportation infrastructure.

Reconnecting Communities Winning Applications

Access winning CFI applications shared with the LIH to provide inspiration to other cities in the process of applying for CFI grant funding

Reconnecting Communities Questions and Answers

Answers to questions asked during Local Infrastructure Hub webinars that covered the Reconnecting Communities program.

Reconnecting Communities for Economic Mobility

July 25, 2023

    Reconnecting Communities: Engagement and Equity

    August 2, 2022

    Grant Application Bootcamp Materials

    Other Resources

    Winning Strategies for Securing Bridge Funding

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