Section 5310 Program Aids Mobility with More than $580,000 in Funding
Through the Section 5310 program, INCOG has awarded $580,565 in grants to 10 entities in the Tulsa region. This federally funded program seeks to improve mobility for seniors and individuals with disabilities by removing barriers to transportation services and expanding transportation mobility options. INCOG is the designated recipient of Section 5310 funding for the Tulsa region. Local governments and nonprofit agencies are eligible to apply for the funds.

Receiving funds are: Ki Bois Area Transit, Cimarron Transportation, A New Leaf, Morton Health Services, Life Senior Services, Youth Services of Tulsa, Rogers County Adult Day Center, Tulsa Transit, Blessings to Share Foundation, and Gatesway Foundation.

Since 2013, INCOG has granted $4M in federal funds for both traditional capital needs such as purchase of vehicles and non-traditional needs such as operating expenses and transit facilities improvements. Throughout the years, 45 vehicles have been purchased to serve Tulsa and surrounding areas.

For more information, contact Patricia Dinoa, Principal Transportation Planner, at pdinoa@incog.org or 918-579-9489.


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