Resource Details

Economic Development, Housing, Transportation

Transit-Oriented Development Pilot Program

The Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, enacted as the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, continues the competitive Transit Oriented Development (TOD) planning program, that provides funding for efforts associated with an eligible transit project for which the project sponsor will seek funding through FTA’s Capital Investment Grants Program. TOD focuses growth around transit stations to create compact, mixed-use communities with easy access to jobs and services. TOD capitalizes on public investments in transit and supports transit systems by increasing ridership and fare revenue.

Eligibility

ELIGIBLE RECIPIENTS include:
State or local government authorities

ELIGIBLE PROJECTS will seek to:
Enhance economic development, ridership, and other goals established during the project development and engineering processes;
Facilitate multimodal connectivity and accessibility;
Increase access to transit hubs for pedestrian and bicycle traffic;
Enable mixed-use development;
Identify infrastructure needs associated with the eligible project; and
Include private sector participation

Top Benefits

  • Funds site-specific and comprehensive planning

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