Pilot Program for Transit-Oriented Development Planning Project Selections, 55412-55414 [2015-23154]

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I also determine that the exhibition or display of the exhibit object at The Metropolitan Museum of SUMMARY: PO 00000 Frm 00091 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 The U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Federal Transit Administration (FTA) announces the selection of projects for Fiscal Year 2013 and 2014 funds under the Pilot Program for Transit-Oriented Development Planning, as authorized under Section 20005(b) of the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP– 21), Public Law 112–141. On September 4, 2014, FTA published a Notice of Funding Availability (NOFA) (79 FR 171) announcing the availability of $19.98 million in funding for this program. This program supports comprehensive planning efforts associated with new fixed guideway and core capacity improvement projects to assist project sponsors in the development of information to address FTA’s Capital Investment Grant (CIG) Program evaluation criteria. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Successful applicants should contact the appropriate FTA Regional Office for information regarding applying for the SUMMARY: E:\FR\FM\15SEN1.SGM 15SEN1 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 178 / Tuesday, September 15, 2015 / Notices funds. For program-specific information, applicants may contact Benjamin Owen, FTA Office of Planning and Environment, at (202) 366–5602 or benjamin.owen@dot.gov. A list of Regional Offices can be found at www.fta.dot.gov. A TDD is available at 1–800–877–8339 (TDD/FIRS). In response to the NOFA, FTA received 28 project proposals from project sponsors located in 20 States. Project proposals were evaluated based on each applicant’s responsiveness to the program evaluation criteria as detailed in the NOFA. Four of the 28 projects were deemed ineligible to receive funds because they did not meet the eligibility requirements described in the NOFA. Two of the 28 projects were cancelled by the project sponsors during the course of the evaluation process, and a third was under review by local decision-makers for possible cancellation or advancement, but with a significantly altered project scope. The remaining 21 projects were eligible and SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: consistent with the goals of the NOFA, and FTA is funding each of these projects as shown in Table I for a total of $19.49 million. Grantees selected for competitive discretionary funding should work with their FTA Regional Office to submit a grant application in FTA’s electronic grants management system so that funds can be obligated expeditiously. Grant applications must only include eligible activities applied for in the original project application. Funds must be used consistent with the competitive proposal and for the eligible purposes established in the NOFA and described in FTA Circulars 5010 and 9300.1B. 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The grantees must comply with all applicable Federal statutes, regulations, executive orders, FTA circulars, and other Federal requirements in carrying out the project supported by the FTA grant. FTA emphasizes that grantees must follow all third-party procurement guidance, as described in FTA.C.4220.1F. Funds allocated in this announcement must be obligated in a grant by September 30, 2016. Therese W. McMillan, Acting Administrator. TABLE I—FY 2015 PILOT PROGRAM FOR TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT PLANNING PROJECT SELECTIONS State Recipient Project ID Project description AZ ...................... City of Phoenix Public Transit Department (Valley Metro). D2015–TODP–0001 ................... CA ...................... Bay Area Rapid Transit District .. D2015–TODP–0002 ................... CA ...................... Peninsula Corridor Joint Powers Board. Sacramento Area Council of Governments. D2015–TODP–0003 ................... D2015–TODP–0005 ................... CT ...................... San Diego Association of Governments. Connecticut Department of Transportation. FL ...................... City of Fort Lauderdale ............... D2015–TODP–0007 ................... FL ...................... South Florida Regional Transportation Authority. City of Atlanta ............................. D2015–TODP–0008 ................... Tempe Streetcar Corridor Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Planning. Transbay Corridor TOD Implementation Strategies. Caltrain Station Management Toolbox. Streetcar Toolkit—Stitching Together Two River Cities through TOD. Mid-Coast Corridor Mobility Hub Implementation Strategy. Creating TOD Opportunity for New Stations within the New Haven-Hartford-Springfield Rail Corridor. Catalyzing TOD Along and Adjacent to the Wave Streetcar Extensions. South Florida Regional TOD Pilot Program. Atlanta BeltLine Transit Supportive Land Use Implementation Plan. Strategic Plan for TOD in the I– 20 East Corridor. Red and Purple Modernization Phase One TOD Plan. West Lake Extension TOD Planning. CATA Bus Rapid Transit TODForm Based Zoning Code. City of Detroit/Oakland County Coordinated Land Use Planning for the Woodward Avenue BRT Corridor. Gateway Corridor: BRTOD (Bus Rapid Transit Oriented Development) Planning. CA ...................... CA ...................... GA ..................... GA ..................... IL ........................ mstockstill on DSK4VPTVN1PROD with NOTICES IN ....................... MI ....................... MI ....................... MN ..................... VerDate Sep<11>2014 Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority. Chicago Transit Authority ........... Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District. Capital Area Transportation Authority (CATA). Southeast Michigan Council of Governments. Metropolitan Council ................... 19:04 Sep 14, 2015 Jkt 235001 PO 00000 D2015–TODP–0004 ................... D2015–TODP–0006 ................... D2015–TODP–0009 ................... D2015–TODP–0010 ................... D2015–TODP–0011, D2015– TODP–0012. D2015–TODP–0013 ................... D2015–TODP–0014 ................... D2015–TODP–0015 ................... D2015–TODP–0016 ................... Frm 00092 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 E:\FR\FM\15SEN1.SGM 15SEN1 Allocation $250,000 1,100,000 600,000 1,118,720 429,635 700,000 1,250,000 1,250,000 500,000 1,600,000 1,250,000 300,000 1,250,000 250,000 1,000,000 55414 Federal Register / Vol. 80, No. 178 / Tuesday, September 15, 2015 / Notices TABLE I—FY 2015 PILOT PROGRAM FOR TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT PLANNING PROJECT SELECTIONS— Continued State Recipient Project ID Project description NC ..................... GoTriangle (formerly known as Triangle Transit). D2015–TODP–0017 ................... NM ..................... City of Albuquerque .................... D2015–TODP–0018 ................... NY ...................... Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority. D2015–TODP–0019 ................... PA ...................... Urban Redevelopment Authority of Pittsburgh. D2015–TODP–0020 ................... UT ...................... Utah Transit Authority ................. D2015–TODP–0021 ................... WA ..................... Sound Transit ............................. D2015–TODP–0022 ................... Durham-Chapel Hill TOD Planning and Implementation Framework. Central Avenue TOD Planning via Comprehensive Plan Update and Unified Development Ordinance. Comprehensive TOD Planning for Transit Options AmherstBuffalo. Pittsburgh Uptown and Fifth/ Forbes Corridor Bus Rapid Transit TOD Project. Provo/Orem BRT—TOD Analysis and Implementation Plan. Links to Opportunity: A mobility and economic development plan for Tacoma Link Expansion communities. programs are available from OFAC’s Web site (www.treasury.gov/ofac). Certain general information pertaining to OFAC’s sanctions programs is also available via facsimile through a 24hour fax-on-demand service, tel.: 202/ 622–0077. 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DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

Federal Transit Administration


Pilot Program for Transit-Oriented Development Planning Project 
Selections

AGENCY: Federal Transit Administration, DOT.

ACTION: Pilot program for transit-oriented development planning 
announcement of project selections.

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SUMMARY: The U.S. Department of Transportation's (DOT) Federal Transit 
Administration (FTA) announces the selection of projects for Fiscal 
Year 2013 and 2014 funds under the Pilot Program for Transit-Oriented 
Development Planning, as authorized under Section 20005(b) of the 
Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21), Public Law 
112-141. On September 4, 2014, FTA published a Notice of Funding 
Availability (NOFA) (79 FR 171) announcing the availability of $19.98 
million in funding for this program. This program supports 
comprehensive planning efforts associated with new fixed guideway and 
core capacity improvement projects to assist project sponsors in the 
development of information to address FTA's Capital Investment Grant 
(CIG) Program evaluation criteria.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Successful applicants should contact 
the appropriate FTA Regional Office for information regarding applying 
for the

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funds. For program-specific information, applicants may contact 
Benjamin Owen, FTA Office of Planning and Environment, at (202) 366-
5602 or benjamin.owen@dot.gov. A list of Regional Offices can be found 
at www.fta.dot.gov. A TDD is available at 1-800-877-8339 (TDD/FIRS).

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: In response to the NOFA, FTA received 28 
project proposals from project sponsors located in 20 States. Project 
proposals were evaluated based on each applicant's responsiveness to 
the program evaluation criteria as detailed in the NOFA. Four of the 28 
projects were deemed ineligible to receive funds because they did not 
meet the eligibility requirements described in the NOFA. Two of the 28 
projects were cancelled by the project sponsors during the course of 
the evaluation process, and a third was under review by local decision-
makers for possible cancellation or advancement, but with a 
significantly altered project scope. The remaining 21 projects were 
eligible and consistent with the goals of the NOFA, and FTA is funding 
each of these projects as shown in Table I for a total of $19.49 
million.
    Grantees selected for competitive discretionary funding should work 
with their FTA Regional Office to submit a grant application in FTA's 
electronic grants management system so that funds can be obligated 
expeditiously. Grant applications must only include eligible activities 
applied for in the original project application. Funds must be used 
consistent with the competitive proposal and for the eligible purposes 
established in the NOFA and described in FTA Circulars 5010 and 
9300.1B. In cases where the allocation amount is less than the 
proposer's requested amount, grantees should work with FTA's Office of 
Planning and Environment to reduce the work scope appropriately such 
that the intent of the original proposal will be accomplished. Grantees 
are reminded that program requirements are detailed in the NOFA. The 
maximum Federal funding share for this program is 80 percent. A 
discretionary project identification number has been assigned to each 
project for tracking purposes and must be used in the grant 
application. FTA is not extending pre-award authority for selected 
projects prior to grant awards. Local funds must be committed and 
grants awarded by September 30, 2016. Post-award reporting requirements 
include submission of the Federal Financial Report and Milestone 
reports in FTA's electronic grants management system as appropriate 
(see FTA Circulars 5010.1D and 9030.1E). The grantees must comply with 
all applicable Federal statutes, regulations, executive orders, FTA 
circulars, and other Federal requirements in carrying out the project 
supported by the FTA grant. FTA emphasizes that grantees must follow 
all third-party procurement guidance, as described in FTA.C.4220.1F. 
Funds allocated in this announcement must be obligated in a grant by 
September 30, 2016.

Therese W. McMillan,
Acting Administrator.

           Table I--FY 2015 Pilot Program for Transit-Oriented Development Planning Project Selections
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                                                                                 Project
              State                    Recipient           Project ID          description         Allocation
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AZ..............................  City of Phoenix      D2015-TODP-0001...  Tempe Streetcar              $250,000
                                   Public Transit                           Corridor Transit-
                                   Department (Valley                       Oriented
                                   Metro).                                  Development (TOD)
                                                                            Planning.
CA..............................  Bay Area Rapid       D2015-TODP-0002...  Transbay Corridor           1,100,000
                                   Transit District.                        TOD
                                                                            Implementation
                                                                            Strategies.
CA..............................  Peninsula Corridor   D2015-TODP-0003...  Caltrain Station              600,000
                                   Joint Powers Board.                      Management
                                                                            Toolbox.
CA..............................  Sacramento Area      D2015-TODP-0004...  Streetcar Toolkit--         1,118,720
                                   Council of                               Stitching
                                   Governments.                             Together Two
                                                                            River Cities
                                                                            through TOD.
CA..............................  San Diego            D2015-TODP-0005...  Mid-Coast Corridor            429,635
                                   Association of                           Mobility Hub
                                   Governments.                             Implementation
                                                                            Strategy.
CT..............................  Connecticut          D2015-TODP-0006...  Creating TOD                  700,000
                                   Department of                            Opportunity for
                                   Transportation.                          New Stations
                                                                            within the New
                                                                            Haven-Hartford-
                                                                            Springfield Rail
                                                                            Corridor.
FL..............................  City of Fort         D2015-TODP-0007...  Catalyzing TOD              1,250,000
                                   Lauderdale.                              Along and
                                                                            Adjacent to the
                                                                            Wave Streetcar
                                                                            Extensions.
FL..............................  South Florida        D2015-TODP-0008...  South Florida               1,250,000
                                   Regional                                 Regional TOD
                                   Transportation                           Pilot Program.
                                   Authority.
GA..............................  City of Atlanta....  D2015-TODP-0009...  Atlanta BeltLine              500,000
                                                                            Transit
                                                                            Supportive Land
                                                                            Use
                                                                            Implementation
                                                                            Plan.
GA..............................  Metropolitan         D2015-TODP-0010...  Strategic Plan for          1,600,000
                                   Atlanta Rapid                            TOD in the I-20
                                   Transit Authority.                       East Corridor.
IL..............................  Chicago Transit      D2015-TODP-0011,    Red and Purple              1,250,000
                                   Authority.           D2015-TODP-0012.    Modernization
                                                                            Phase One TOD
                                                                            Plan.
IN..............................  Northern Indiana     D2015-TODP-0013...  West Lake                     300,000
                                   Commuter                                 Extension TOD
                                   Transportation                           Planning.
                                   District.
MI..............................  Capital Area         D2015-TODP-0014...  CATA Bus Rapid              1,250,000
                                   Transportation                           Transit TOD-Form
                                   Authority (CATA).                        Based Zoning Code.
MI..............................  Southeast Michigan   D2015-TODP-0015...  City of Detroit/              250,000
                                   Council of                               Oakland County
                                   Governments.                             Coordinated Land
                                                                            Use Planning for
                                                                            the Woodward
                                                                            Avenue BRT
                                                                            Corridor.
MN..............................  Metropolitan         D2015-TODP-0016...  Gateway Corridor:           1,000,000
                                   Council.                                 BRTOD (Bus Rapid
                                                                            Transit Oriented
                                                                            Development)
                                                                            Planning.

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NC..............................  GoTriangle           D2015-TODP-0017...  Durham-Chapel Hill          1,691,615
                                   (formerly known as                       TOD Planning and
                                   Triangle Transit).                       Implementation
                                                                            Framework.
NM..............................  City of Albuquerque  D2015-TODP-0018...  Central Avenue TOD            860,000
                                                                            Planning via
                                                                            Comprehensive
                                                                            Plan Update and
                                                                            Unified
                                                                            Development
                                                                            Ordinance.
NY..............................  Niagara Frontier     D2015-TODP-0019...  Comprehensive TOD             640,765
                                   Transportation                           Planning for
                                   Authority.                               Transit Options
                                                                            Amherst-Buffalo.
PA..............................  Urban Redevelopment  D2015-TODP-0020...  Pittsburgh Uptown           1,200,000
                                   Authority of                             and Fifth/Forbes
                                   Pittsburgh.                              Corridor Bus
                                                                            Rapid Transit TOD
                                                                            Project.
UT..............................  Utah Transit         D2015-TODP-0021...  Provo/Orem BRT--              250,500
                                   Authority.                               TOD Analysis and
                                                                            Implementation
                                                                            Plan.
WA..............................  Sound Transit......  D2015-TODP-0022...  Links to                    2,000,000
                                                                            Opportunity: A
                                                                            mobility and
                                                                            economic
                                                                            development plan
                                                                            for Tacoma Link
                                                                            Expansion
                                                                            communities.
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