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United States Department of Transportation United States Department of Transportation

Fiscal Year 2019 Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Planning Projects

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State Project Sponsor Amount Project Description
AZ City of Phoenix The City of Phoenix will receive funding to plan for TOD at nine stations of the proposed 10-mile Capitol/I-10 West Extension light rail project. 2,000,000
AZ City of Tucson The City of Tucson will receive funding to plan for TOD at all stations of the proposed 14.5-mile BRT project that runs from the Tucson International Airport north to the Tohono Regional Transit Center at the Tucson Mall. 950,000
CA San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) will receive funding to plan for TOD at six existing heavy rail stations in the Richmond BART corridor, with a focus on advancing development on BART land at the Ashby, North Berkeley, El Cerrito Plaza and Richmond stations. 2,000,000
CA Riverside County Transportation Commission The Riverside County Transportation Commission will receive funding to plan for TOD at eight stations of the 24-mile Perris Valley Line commuter rail extension project that began service in June 2016. 700,000
CA Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) The Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) will receive funding to conduct detailed planning for TOD that focuses on the proposed 28th Street, Downtown San Jose, and Santa Clara heavy rail stations of the BART to Silicon Valley Phase II Extension. 1,580,000
CO City of Fort Collins The City of Fort Collins will receive funding to plan for TOD at stations along the proposed BRT project that will extend the MAX BRT project from the current terminus at the Downtown Transit Center further north approximately two miles. 280,000
FL Jacksonville Transportation Authority Jacksonville Transportation Authority will receive funding to plan for TOD along the North BRT Line, also known as the First Coast Flyer Green Line, that began 10 miles of service in December 2015. 942,624
FL Miami-Dade County Miami-Dade County will receive funding to plan for TOD at 16 stations of the 20-mile South Dade Transitway Corridor BRT that is anticipated to begin service in 2022. 1,040,000
FL Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority will receive funding to plan for TOD at 32 stations of the proposed 10-mile Central Avenue BRT project. 720,000
IN Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District will receive funding to plan for TOD at existing commuter rail stations along the South Shore line and proposed commuter rail stations in the West Lake Corridor. 1,200,000
MN Metropolitan Council / Metro Transit Metropolitan Council / Metro Transit will receive funding to plan for TOD at all stations along the 14-mile Rush Line BRT project that is anticipated to begin service in 2026. 1,250,000
MO City of Kansas City, Missouri The City of Kansas City will receive funding to plan for TOD along the 32-station Prospect MAX BRT project that began service in December 2019. 400,000
NC City of Raleigh The City of Raleigh will receive funding to plan for TOD along the proposed 5.1-mile, 10-station Wake BRT project in the New Bern Avenue corridor. 600,000
OH Western Reserve Transit Authority Western Reserve Transit Authority will receive funding to plan for TOD at up to 9 stations in the Youngstown-Boardman Market Street BRT corridor. 250,000
OR Metro Portland Metro will receive funding to plan for TOD at 13 stations of the proposed 12-mile Southwest Corridor Light Rail project. 1,200,000
OR Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District (Tri-Met) will receive funding to plan for TOD on the proposed 7.8-mile, 10-station west extension of the existing MAX Red Line light rail project and the east portion of the same Red Line corridor. 700,000
PA Port Authority of Allegheny County Port Authority of Allegheny County will receive funding to plan for TOD at stations in the segment of the Downtown-Uptown-Oakland-East End BRT project that runs on the Martin Luther King, Jr. East Busway in the City of Pittsburg and Wilkinsburg Borough. 682,500
TX Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) will receive funding to plan for TOD at five stations along the two-mile Dallas Central Business District Second Light Rail alignment (D2 Subway) project. 1,000,000
TX Fort Worth Transportation Authority dba Trinity Metro Fort Worth Transportation Authority (Trinity Metro) will receive funding to plan for TOD along East Lancaster Avenue that is proposed for BRT or other rapid transit. 600,000
TX Denton County Transportation Authority Denton County Transportation Authority will receive funding to plan for TOD at six potential commuter rail stations along a 25-mile segment of the existing Kansas City Southern freight rail line in Denton County. 600,000
UT Utah Transit Authority Utah Transit Authority will receive funding to plan for TOD at four stations of the proposed UTA TRAX light rail extension from Draper to Lehi. 275,000
UT Utah Transit Authority Utah Transit Authority will receive funding to plan for TOD at three stations of the proposed FrontRunner South Commuter Transit extension from Provo to Payson. 250,000
WA Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority (Sound Transit) Central Puget Sound Regional Transit Authority (Sound Transit) will receive funding to plan for TOD at six stations of the planned 6.3-mile project that extends light rail north from Lynnwood City Center to downtown Everett. 2,000,000
WA Seattle, City of The City of Seattle will receive funding to plan for TOD at up to 14 stations of 12-mile West Seattle Ballard Link light rail extension project. 1,750,000

Total:
$22,970,124

Last updated: Tuesday, September 1, 2020