Fiscal Year 2018 Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Planning Projects
|State||Project Sponsor||Amount||Project Description|
|FL||Jacksonville Transportation Authority||$1,015,280||
Jacksonville Transportation Authority in Florida will receive $1,015,280 to plan for TOD along the proposed Ultimate Urban Circulator, which is the planned modernization of the existing Skyway monorail system in Jacksonville into an autonomous circulator.
|FL||Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority||$1,200,000||
Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority in Florida will receive $1,200,000 to plan for TOD along the proposed Central Avenue Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project, an 11-mile BRT line connecting downtown St. Petersburg to St. Pete Beach.
|FL||Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority||$800,000||
Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority in Florida will receive $800,000 for a planning study along a proposed fixed guideway transit corridor between downtown Tampa and the University of South Florida.
|IL||Chicago Transit Authority||$1,480,000||
Chicago Transit Authority in Illinois will receive $1,480,000 to plan for TOD along a proposed 5.3-mile southern extension of the Red Line.
|IN||Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation (IndyGo)||$320,000||
Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation (IndyGo) in Indiana will receive $320,000 to support planning along the Blue Line Rapid Transit project, a planned bus rapid transit line that will link downtown Indianapolis, the airport and the Town of Cumberland.
|MD||Maryland Department of Transportation||$2,000,000||
Maryland Department of Transportation will receive $2,000,000 to plan for TOD along the Maryland Purple Line, a 16.2-mile light rail project under construction linking Montgomery and Prince George’s counties.
|MI||Interurban Transit Partnership (aka The Rapid)||$696,000||
Interurban Transit Partnership (The Rapid) in Michigan will receive $696,000 to plan for development along the Silver Line Bus Rapid Transit line, which opened in 2014 and connects Grand Rapids, Kentwood and Wyoming, Michigan.
|MN||City of Rochester||$765,000||
The City of Rochester in Minnesota will receive $765,000 to develop TOD plans for the proposed Rochester Downtown Transit Circulator, a 3.5-mile exclusive guideway bus rapid transit line proposed for downtown Rochester.
|MO||Kansas City Area Transportation Authority||$250,000||
Kansas City Area Transportation Authority (KCATA) in Missouri will receive $250,000 to plan for TOD along the Rock Island Railroad Corridor, a 17.7-mile corridor where a fixed guideway project is being planned to connect three major cities in the Kansas City region.
|MS||City of Jackson||$1,000,000||
The City of Jackson in Mississippi will receive $1,000,000 to reshape development along the ONELINE project, a bus rapid transit system running from Fondren through downtown to Jackson State University.
|NC||City of Charlotte||$920,000||
The City of Charlotte in North Carolina will receive $920,000 to plan for development along the proposed LYNX Silver Line, a light rail extension from Gaston County to the airport, Uptown Charlotte, Mathews and Union County.
|NC||City of Winston-Salem||$1,000,000||
The City of Winston-Salem in North Carolina will receive $1,000,000 to develop a comprehensive plan for the 5.4-mile corridor along the North-South Urban Circulator, a proposed streetcar connecting colleges, jobs and the city's downtown area.
|NV||Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada||$300,000||
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada will receive $300,000 to develop a TOD plan for an 8.7-mile fixed guideway project proposed to run along Maryland Parkway into downtown Las Vegas.
|NY||Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority||$777,943||
The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority in New York will receive $777,943 to zone for mixed-use development along the Amherst-Buffalo Corridor Light Rail Extension project, which is a proposed extension of the area's light rail system.
|OH||Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority||$336,000||
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority in Ohio will receive $336,000 to plan for TOD along the MetroHealth Line, a bus rapid transit line connecting downtown Cleveland, health facilities and residential and employment areas.
Metro in Portland, Oregon, will receive $1,076,000 to work with the City of Portland to identify affordable housing, economic development and business stabilization opportunities along a proposed 2.3-mile streetcar extension to Montgomery Park.
|SC||Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Govts||$880,000||
Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester Council of Governments in South Carolina will receive $880,000 to develop a TOD plan for 18 station areas along a proposed 23-mile bus rapid transit line from Summerville to Charleston.
Greenville County in South Carolina will receive $355,000 to plan for TOD along a high capacity transit project being planned for the Laurens Road corridor between downtown Greenville and Mauldin.
Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority in Texas will receive $600,000 to support TOD planning along the MetroRail Green Line, a proposed 15-mile commuter rail service between the cities of Austin and Manor.
|TX||VIA Metropolitan Transit||$825,000||
VIA Metropolitan Transit in Texas will receive $825,000 to work with the City of San Antonio to plan for TOD along the North-South/Central Rapid Transit Corridor Project, a 27-mile fixed guideway alignment between the Stone Oak and Brooks areas of the city.