Funding Tools

The federal government has historically provided a range of support to build infrastructure and support commercial expansion, in partnership with the private sector. State-chartered companies built some of the earliest canals. The Pacific Railroad Acts in the 19th century provided debt financing and land grants that galvanized private companies to construct the transcontinental railway network. The Federal Aid Highway Act of 1956 authorized funding for the road network that has grown into the 140,000 mile National Highway System. Various federal and state agencies provide assistance to promote U.S. commerce domestically and abroad.Today, a diverse range of public funding and financing tools exist at the federal and local level for all types of transportation-related projects and activities. Seneca has experience bringing many of these federal funding instruments to bear on behalf of clients.

Capital Projects

Research, Technology and Deployment Grants

Business Development Assistance