I'm not sure if any of the DC area agencies applied for a federal DOT TIGER grant this year, but if they did, they weren't awarded one. The only winner in the extended area is the Southeast Baltimore Port Industry Freight Corridor Plan.
This TIGER grant will provide funding to restore functionality to and enhance a freight network of roads and bridges that connects the Port of Baltimore to regional and national highway systems. The project includes the replacement of the structurally deficient and functionally obsolete Colgate Creek Bridge, roadway improvements connecting freight directly to I-95 to enhance truck movement, and complete streets improvements.
Which does seem to have a tiny bike component via "Complete Streets improvements."
Update: Here are local applications that weren't selected:
- MD 355 Ride On Plus Transit Improvements - Montgomery County Maryland - $17,000,000
- Ager Road/West Hyattsville Transit Access Project Creating a path to safer, healthier and more sustainable living - Prince George's County, Maryland - $10,000,000
- Potomac Yard Metrorail Station - City of Alexandria, Virginia - $50,000,000
So nothing directly bike related, but with some definite overlap.