25 CFR 170.932 - Are there other funding sources for tribal transportation departments?

§ 170.932 Are there other funding sources for tribal transportation departments?
There are many sources of funds that may help support a tribal transportation department. The following are some examples of additional funding sources:
(a) Tribal general funds;
(b) Tribal Priority Allocation;
(c) Tribal permits and license fees;
(d) Tribal fuel tax;
(e) Federal, State, private, and local transportation grants assistance;
(f) Tribal Employment Rights Ordinance fees (TERO); and
(g) Capacity building grants from Administration for Native Americans and other organizations.

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