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Transportation Security Grant Programs

Grants

Since 2006 Department of Homeland Security has awarded
over $2 billion in Transportation Security Grants

Transportation Security.

Most funding goes to large metropolitan areas where risk is greatest

Priorities are high-impact projects that protect against terrorism

Risk analyses inform the entire risk process

Risk-Based Approach

Partnerships are critical to transportation security

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Collaborative Process

Partnerships are critical to transportation security

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Transportation Security Grant Programs

DHS provides security grants to mass transit and passenger rail systems, intercity bus companies, freight railroad carriers, ferries and the trucking industry to help protect the public and nation’s critical transportation infrastructure against acts of terrorism and other large-scale events. The grants support high-impact security projects that have a high efficacy in reducing the most risk to our nations’ transportation systems.

FY 2011
Freight Rail Security
| Intercity Bus Security | Transit Security (Tier I & II)

    Latest revision: 21 January 2013