Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Grants
Focus on increasing transit use
The Council’s TOD grants (LCA-TOD) promote moderate to high density development projects located within walking distance of a major transit stop that typically include a mix of uses such as housing, jobs, restaurants, shops, and entertainment.
Projects are eligible if they are located within a LCA-TOD-Eligible Area within one-half mile of LRT, BRT, commuter rail, or high-frequency express bus stations that are currently operational or will be operational by 2020. Projects within one-quarter mile of high frequency local bus routes are also eligible. Applicants seeking funding for projects outside of LCA-TOD-Eligible Areas should consider the LCDA or TBRA regular programs.
LCA-TOD grants allow applicants to apply for funding from the Livable Communities Demonstration Account (LCDA - read more here) and Tax Base Revitalization Account (TBRA - read more here) in the same application, which helps to reduce uncertainty and expedite TOD projects. In 2015, applications for TBRA-TOD will be accepted only with concurrent LCDA-TOD applications and awards.
PCP materials were due to the Council by May 1st and are now under review. Development applications will be accepted only through the Council's new online application. Full applications for projects that have already submitted a Project Concept Plan are due July 1st by 5:00 PM.
Need help in adding your collaborators' names to your application, so you can all work together? Read the instructions here
TOD Cleanup and Development Resources
LCDA-TOD Pre-Development Resources