Oakland County Federal Aid Committee (FAC)



UPCOMING MEETING - Tuesday, February 9, 2021 at 9:00 a.m.
Location: TBD


Welcome to the Oakland County Federal Aid Committee (FAC) informational page.  

The Oakland County FAC is the body that allocates federal road funding coming to Oakland County. It uses objective rating systems to select the road projects that will receive the federal dollars in coming years.

The FAC members include the 62 Oakland County cities, villages and townships; the Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC); Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT); and the Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART).  

The Oakland FAC meets approximately three times a year to discuss federal road funding and to select projects to receive future funding. Approximately $17 million in federal funds is available each year for road projects on federal-aid-eligible roads throughout Oakland County. Projects are typically selected three years in advance of construction.  

Call for Projects for fiscal year 2024 - Please see the forms page for project application information and materials.

Types of projects typically funded by the FAC include:

  • 4 R = Reconstruction
  • RRR = Resurfacing (resurfacing, restoration and rehabilitation)
  • Widening / capacity improvement
Map of federal-aid-eligible roads in Oakland County:   CLICK HERE

Oakland County Federal Aid Committee Contacts:
Brad Knight, Director of Planning and Environmental Concerns – Email: bknight@rcoc.org
Sarah Plumer, Transportation Planning Coordinator – Email: splumer@rcoc.org
Carissa Markel P.E., Transportation Planner III – Email: cmarkel@rcoc.org