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Lauby, Associate Administrator for Railroad Safety, Chief Safety Officer. [FR Doc. 2016–26146 Filed 10–28–16; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4910–06–P DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Federal Transit Administration Pilot Program for Transit-Oriented Development Planning Project Selections AGENCY: Federal Transit Administration, DOT. Pilot Program for TransitOriented Development Planning Announcement of Project Selections. ACTION: The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Transit Administration (FTA) announces the selection of projects with Fiscal Year (FY) 2015 and FY 2016 appropriations for the Pilot Program for TransitOriented Development Planning (TOD Pilot Program), as authorized by the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP–21) with additional funding provided by the Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act. On April 14, 2016, FTA published a Notice of Funding SUMMARY: E:\FR\FM\31OCN1.SGM 31OCN1 Federal Register / Vol. 81, No. 210 / Monday, October 31, 2016 / Notices Opportunity (NOFO) (81 FR 22155) announcing the availability of $20.49 million in funding for this program. This program supports comprehensive planning efforts associated with new fixed guideway and core capacity improvement projects that are seeking or have recently received funding through FTA’s Fixed Guideway Capital Investment Grants (CIG) Program. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Successful applicants should contact the appropriate FTA Regional Office for information regarding applying for the 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.transit.dot.gov. A TDD is available at 1–800–877–8339 (TDD/FIRS). SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: In response to the NOFO, FTA received 20 proposals from 17 states requesting $17.6 million in Federal funds. Project proposals were evaluated based on each applicant’s responsiveness to the program evaluation criteria as detailed in the NOFO. Two of the 20 projects were deemed ineligible to receive funds because they did not meet the eligibility requirements described in the NOFO. A further two were associated with transit projects for which the risk of major scope changes could render the proposed comprehensive planning efforts moot. Those projects would be eligible to reapply to a future TOD Pilot Program funding opportunity if and when the uncertainties are resolved. FTA has selected 16 projects as shown in Table I for a total of $14.7 million. Recipients selected for competitive funding should work with their FTA Regional Office to finalize the grant application in FTA’s Transit Award Management System (TrAMS) for the projects identified in the attached table to quickly obligate funds. Grant applications must include eligible activities applied for in the original project application. Funds must be used consistent with the submitted proposal and for the eligible planning purposes established in the NOFO. Recipients are reminded that program requirements such as local match can be found in the NOFO. A discretionary project identification number has been assigned to each project for tracking purposes and must be used in the TrAMS application. Selected projects are eligible to incur costs under pre-award authority no earlier than the date projects were publicly announced, October 11, 2016. Pre-award authority does not guarantee 75479 that project expenses incurred prior to the award of a grant will be eligible for reimbursement, as eligibility for reimbursement is contingent upon all applicable requirements having been met. For more about FTA’s policy on pre-award authority, please see the FTA Fiscal Year 2016 Apportionments, Allocations, and Program Information and Interim Guidance found in 81 FR 7893 (February 16, 2016). Post-award reporting requirements include submission of the Federal Financial Report and Milestone progress reports in TrAMS as appropriate (see Grant Management Requirements FTA.C.5010.1D and Program Guidance for Metropolitan Planning and State Planning and Research Program Grants C.8100.1C). Recipients 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, 2017. Carolyn Flowers, Acting Administrator. TABLE I—FY 2017 PILOT PROGRAM FOR TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT PLANNING PROJECT SELECTIONS State Recipient Project ID Project description AZ ........................... City of Phoenix ............................ D2017–TODP–001 ...................... CA .......................... Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA). Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority. D2017–TODP–002 ...................... CO .......................... Regional Transportation District .. D2017–TODP–004 ...................... FL ........................... Miami-Dade County .................... D2017–TODP–005 ...................... ID ............................ Valley Regional Transit ............... D2017–TODP–006 ...................... MI ........................... City of Detroit Department of Transportation. D2017–TODP–007 ...................... MO ......................... Bi-State Development Agency .... D2017–TODP–008 ...................... MN .......................... Metropolitan Council/Metro Transit. D2017–TODP–009 ...................... NM .......................... Rio Metro Regional Transit District. D2017–TODP–010, ..................... D2017–TODP–011 ...................... South Central Light Rail TOD Planning Grant. VTA BART Phase II—TOD and Station Access Planning Study. West Santa Ana Branch Transit Corridor TOD Strategic Implementation Plan. Colfax Corridor Connections TOD Implementation Plan (C3 TOD Plan). Master TOD Plan for the MiamiDade County East-West Corridor. State Street Corridor Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Design and Implementation Plan. City of Detroit Feasibility Study for Major Transit Capital Investment—East Jefferson Avenue. Northside-Southside Pilot Program for Transit-Oriented Development Planning. METRO Blue Line Extension— Advanced Transit-Oriented Development Planning (BLRT TOD). New Mexico’s Knowledge Corridor: BRT, Land Use and Economic Opportunity on University Boulevard. sradovich on DSK3GMQ082PROD with NOTICES CA .......................... VerDate Sep<11>2014 17:53 Oct 28, 2016 Jkt 241001 PO 00000 D2017–TODP–003 ...................... Frm 00110 Fmt 4703 Sfmt 4703 E:\FR\FM\31OCN1.SGM 31OCN1 Allocation ($) 2,000,000 1,520,000 2,000,000 1,350,000 960,000 279,000 300,000 374,278 1,200,000 572,000 75480 Federal Register / Vol. 81, No. 210 / Monday, October 31, 2016 / Notices TABLE I—FY 2017 PILOT PROGRAM FOR TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT PLANNING PROJECT SELECTIONS— Continued State Recipient Project ID Project description OR .......................... Lane Transit District .................... D2017–TODP–012 ...................... OR .......................... Metro ........................................... D2017–TODP–013 ...................... TX ........................... D2017–TODP–014 ...................... UT .......................... North Central Texas Council of Governments. Utah Transit Authority ................. D2017–TODP–015 ...................... VA .......................... County of Fairfax, Virginia .......... D2017–TODP–016 ...................... WI ........................... City of Milwaukee ........................ D2017–TODP–017 ...................... River Road Transit Community Implementation Plan. Southwest Corridor Equitable Development Strategy (SWEDS). DART Red and Blue Line Corridors TOD Planning Study. Ogden/WSU BRT—Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Analysis and Implementation Plan. Transit-Oriented Development Planning for the Richmond Highway Corridor. Milwaukee Streetcar King Drive and Walker’s Point Extensions—Equitable Growth through TOD. 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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 Federal Transit 
Administration (FTA) announces the selection of projects with Fiscal 
Year (FY) 2015 and FY 2016 appropriations for the Pilot Program for 
Transit-Oriented Development Planning (TOD Pilot Program), as 
authorized by the Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act 
(MAP-21) with additional funding provided by the Fixing America's 
Surface Transportation (FAST) Act. On April 14, 2016, FTA published a 
Notice of Funding

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Opportunity (NOFO) (81 FR 22155) announcing the availability of $20.49 
million in funding for this program. This program supports 
comprehensive planning efforts associated with new fixed guideway and 
core capacity improvement projects that are seeking or have recently 
received funding through FTA's Fixed Guideway Capital Investment Grants 
(CIG) Program.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Successful applicants should contact 
the appropriate FTA Regional Office for information regarding applying 
for the 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.transit.dot.gov. A TDD is available at 1-800-877-8339 (TDD/
FIRS).

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: In response to the NOFO, FTA received 20 
proposals from 17 states requesting $17.6 million in Federal funds. 
Project proposals were evaluated based on each applicant's 
responsiveness to the program evaluation criteria as detailed in the 
NOFO. Two of the 20 projects were deemed ineligible to receive funds 
because they did not meet the eligibility requirements described in the 
NOFO. A further two were associated with transit projects for which the 
risk of major scope changes could render the proposed comprehensive 
planning efforts moot. Those projects would be eligible to reapply to a 
future TOD Pilot Program funding opportunity if and when the 
uncertainties are resolved. FTA has selected 16 projects as shown in 
Table I for a total of $14.7 million.
    Recipients selected for competitive funding should work with their 
FTA Regional Office to finalize the grant application in FTA's Transit 
Award Management System (TrAMS) for the projects identified in the 
attached table to quickly obligate funds. Grant applications must 
include eligible activities applied for in the original project 
application. Funds must be used consistent with the submitted proposal 
and for the eligible planning purposes established in the NOFO. 
Recipients are reminded that program requirements such as local match 
can be found in the NOFO. A discretionary project identification number 
has been assigned to each project for tracking purposes and must be 
used in the TrAMS application.
    Selected projects are eligible to incur costs under pre-award 
authority no earlier than the date projects were publicly announced, 
October 11, 2016. Pre-award authority does not guarantee that project 
expenses incurred prior to the award of a grant will be eligible for 
reimbursement, as eligibility for reimbursement is contingent upon all 
applicable requirements having been met. For more about FTA's policy on 
pre-award authority, please see the FTA Fiscal Year 2016 
Apportionments, Allocations, and Program Information and Interim 
Guidance found in 81 FR 7893 (February 16, 2016). Post-award reporting 
requirements include submission of the Federal Financial Report and 
Milestone progress reports in TrAMS as appropriate (see Grant 
Management Requirements FTA.C.5010.1D and Program Guidance for 
Metropolitan Planning and State Planning and Research Program Grants 
C.8100.1C). Recipients 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, 2017.

Carolyn Flowers,
Acting Administrator.

           Table I--FY 2017 Pilot Program for Transit-Oriented Development Planning Project Selections
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              State                     Recipient            Project ID      Project description  Allocation ($)
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AZ...............................  City of Phoenix....  D2017-TODP-001.....  South Central Light       2,000,000
                                                                              Rail TOD Planning
                                                                              Grant.
CA...............................  Santa Clara Valley   D2017-TODP-002.....  VTA BART Phase II--       1,520,000
                                    Transportation                            TOD and Station
                                    Authority (VTA).                          Access Planning
                                                                              Study.
CA...............................  Los Angeles County   D2017-TODP-003.....  West Santa Ana            2,000,000
                                    Metropolitan                              Branch Transit
                                    Transportation                            Corridor TOD
                                    Authority.                                Strategic
                                                                              Implementation
                                                                              Plan.
CO...............................  Regional             D2017-TODP-004.....  Colfax Corridor           1,350,000
                                    Transportation                            Connections TOD
                                    District.                                 Implementation
                                                                              Plan (C3 TOD Plan).
FL...............................  Miami-Dade County..  D2017-TODP-005.....  Master TOD Plan for         960,000
                                                                              the Miami-Dade
                                                                              County East-West
                                                                              Corridor.
ID...............................  Valley Regional      D2017-TODP-006.....  State Street                279,000
                                    Transit.                                  Corridor Transit
                                                                              Oriented
                                                                              Development (TOD)
                                                                              Design and
                                                                              Implementation
                                                                              Plan.
MI...............................  City of Detroit      D2017-TODP-007.....  City of Detroit             300,000
                                    Department of                             Feasibility Study
                                    Transportation.                           for Major Transit
                                                                              Capital
                                                                              Investment--East
                                                                              Jefferson Avenue.
MO...............................  Bi-State             D2017-TODP-008.....  Northside-Southside         374,278
                                    Development Agency.                       Pilot Program for
                                                                              Transit-Oriented
                                                                              Development
                                                                              Planning.
MN...............................  Metropolitan         D2017-TODP-009.....  METRO Blue Line           1,200,000
                                    Council/Metro                             Extension--Advance
                                    Transit.                                  d Transit-Oriented
                                                                              Development
                                                                              Planning (BLRT
                                                                              TOD).
NM...............................  Rio Metro Regional   D2017-TODP-010,....  New Mexico's                572,000
                                    Transit District.   D2017-TODP-011.....   Knowledge
                                                                              Corridor: BRT,
                                                                              Land Use and
                                                                              Economic
                                                                              Opportunity on
                                                                              University
                                                                              Boulevard.

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OR...............................  Lane Transit         D2017-TODP-012.....  River Road Transit          450,000
                                    District.                                 Community
                                                                              Implementation
                                                                              Plan.
OR...............................  Metro..............  D2017-TODP-013.....  Southwest Corridor          895,000
                                                                              Equitable
                                                                              Development
                                                                              Strategy (SWEDS).
TX...............................  North Central Texas  D2017-TODP-014.....  DART Red and Blue         1,400,000
                                    Council of                                Line Corridors TOD
                                    Governments.                              Planning Study.
UT...............................  Utah Transit         D2017-TODP-015.....  Ogden/WSU BRT--             250,000
                                    Authority.                                Transit Oriented
                                                                              Development (TOD)
                                                                              Analysis and
                                                                              Implementation
                                                                              Plan.
VA...............................  County of Fairfax,   D2017-TODP-016.....  Transit-Oriented            400,000
                                    Virginia.                                 Development
                                                                              Planning for the
                                                                              Richmond Highway
                                                                              Corridor.
WI...............................  City of Milwaukee..  D2017-TODP-017.....  Milwaukee Streetcar         750,000
                                                                              King Drive and
                                                                              Walker's Point
                                                                              Extensions--Equita
                                                                              ble Growth through
                                                                              TOD.
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