Fiscal Year 2020 Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Planning Projects
|City of Phoenix Public Transit Department
|The City of Phoenix Public Transit Department will receive funding to plan for TOD at three stations of the proposed 1.6-mile Northwest Extension Phase II Light Rail project.
|San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District
|The San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (BART) will receive funding to plan for TOD at nine existing heavy rail BART stations along the green and orange lines from Fruitvale south to Warm Springs/South Fremont.
|Jacksonville Transportation Authority
|The Jacksonville Transportation Authority will receive funding to plan for TOD at four stations in the initial phase of the proposed 38.4-mile First Coast commuter rail project in Northeast Florida.
|Miami-Dade County will receive funding for TOD planning at four stations of the proposed Beach Corridor Bay Crossing Trunkline from the Miami Metromover to Miami Beach, and at six stations of the proposed extension of the Miami Metromover to NW 41st Street.
|Town of Chapel Hill Transit Department
|The Town of Chapel Hill Transit Department will receive funding to plan for TOD at 16 stations of the proposed 8.2-mile North-South BRT project, which will run along one of the town's busiest and most vital thoroughfares stretching from Eubanks Road in the north to the Southern Village in the south.
|North Carolina Department of Transportation
|The North Carolina Department of Transportation will receive funding to plan for TOD at 13 stations along a proposed passenger rail corridor between Sanford and Henderson, connecting rural and urban communities in the Triangle region.
|Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA)
|The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) will receive funding to plan for TOD at five stations of the proposed 4-mile King of Prussia rail extension of the Norristown High Speed Line.
|Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority
|The Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority in Austin, Texas will receive funding to plan for TOD at 13 stations of the proposed Blue and Orange Line light rail projects in the 12-mile North Lamar/Guadalupe/Riverside Corridor.
|City of Madison
|The City of Madison will receive funding to plan for TOD at stations along the proposed 15.5-mile East-West BRT project that will operate through Madison's downtown and the University of Wisconsin campus areas.