MDOT is also responsible for administrating a comprehensive multimodal program that includes airports, intercity passenger services, rail freight, local public transit services, non-motorized transportation and the state's Transportation Economic Development Fund.
What does TEDF stand for?
TEDF stands for Transportation Economic Development Fund (Michigan)
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- Tangipahoa Economic Development Foundation (Hammond, LA)
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- Top End Division of General Practice (Australia)
- Teaching and Educational Development Institute (University of Queensland; Australia)
- Technical Equipment Distributors, Inc. (Florida)
- Telecommunications Exchange for the Deaf Incorporated
- Trade Electronic Data Interchange (Japan)
- Transport Engineering Design, Inc. (Vietnam)
- Tuscola Economic Development, Inc. (Tuscola, IL)
Samples in periodicals archive:
MDOT also administers other state and federal transportation programs for aviation, intercity passenger services, rail freight, local public transit services, the Transportation Economic Development Fund (TEDF), the Transportation Enhancement (TE) program, and others.
To assist in the costs associated with this infrastructure work, the Michigan Department of Transportation has recently awarded the city of East Lansing a Transportation Economic Development Fund grant to cover more than 60 percent of the expenses.