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About Port Infrastructure Development Grants

The Port Infrastructure Development Program (PIDP) is a discretionary grant program administered by the U.S. Maritime Administration. Funds for the PIDP are awarded on a competitive basis to projects that improve the safety, efficiency, or reliability of the movement of goods into, out of, around, or within a port. Congress provided first-year funds of $293 million for the program in the FY2019 Consolidated Appropriations Act. Congress continued funding the program at $225 million in FY2020 and $230 million in FY2021. For FY2022 the Infrastructure and Jobs Act/Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, appropriated $450 million to the PIDP.

To view the full FY2022 PIDP Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO), please visit our PIDP Notice of Funding Opportunity page.

To apply for a FY2022 PIDP grant, please visit this link.

For PIDP program related inquiries contact: PIDPgrants@dot.gov

 

Consolidated PIDP 2019-2021 Application List 

File contains raw applicant-reported data spreadsheet for PIDP applications received by DOT. Note that the data is applicant reported and may be subject to revision.

The list is available here.


2021 PIDP Grant Awardees:

The press release announcing the 2021 PIDP awardees is available here

The full list of 2021 recipients is available here.  

2020 PIDP Grant Awardees:

The press release announcing the 2020 PIDP awardees is available here.

2019 PIDP Grant Awardees:

The press release announcing the 2019 PIDP awardees is available here.

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Last updated: Friday, February 25, 2022