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Local Sustainable Development Projects

NCTCOG’s Sustainable Development Funding Program was created by its policy body, the Regional Transportation Council, in 2000, to encourage public/private partnerships that positively enhance existing transportation system capacity, provide increased rail access, address air quality concerns, and result in mixed-use developments. By allocating transportation funds to pay for public infrastructure to support private land-use projects, promoting alternative transportation modes or reduced automobile use, NCTCOG and its regional partners are working to address escalating air quality, congestion and quality of life issues.

The program is designed to encourage planning and implementation and fosters growth and development in and around historic downtowns and Main Streets, infill areas, and along passenger rail lines and at stations. Three Sustainable Development Call for Projects (SDCFP) were conducted in 2001, 2006, and 2010 to fund sustainable Infrastructure, Landbanking, and Planning projects. Sustainable development projects of approximately $124 million were selected for funding through the program with additional local match contributions of $31 million from local governments and private sector.

A variety of projects selected from the those Calls for Projects, as well as other Mixed-Use Centers in the metroplex, are available for view on the interactive map below.

Directory of Projects: Use the table below as a directory of all projects.
  or
Regional Project Map Click a county on the Regional Project Map to see project locations for that county.


Regional Project Map
This is a regional map with several links to individual counties. If you have visual imparment requirements which make this map less useful the links are repeated per county in the table below. This is denton county linked on a regional map.  This is a regional map with several links to individual counties. If you have visual imparment requirements which make this map less useful the links are repeated per county in the table below. This is a regional map with several links to individual counties. If you have visual imparment requirements which make this map less useful the links are repeated per county in the table below. This is a regional map with several links to individual counties. If you have visual imparment requirements which make this map less useful the links are repeated per county in the table below. This is a regional map with several links to individual counties. If you have visual imparment requirements which make this map less useful the links are repeated per county in the table below.



               Denton County Collin County Tarrant County Dallas County

Local Sustainable Development Calls for Projects Directory

City

Project in Collin County

SDCFP Funding Year

Frisco Frisco Square  2005-2006

Frisco

Frisco Historic Downtown

2001

 
McKinney Historic Flour Mill 2009-2010

McKinney

Craig Ranch

2001

 

Plano

Plano Transit Village

2001

SDCFP - Sustainable Development Call for Projects
N/A - Funding not provided through SDCFP

 

City

Project in Dallas County

SDCFP Funding Year

Addison

Vitruvian Park

2009-2010

 
Carrollton Carrollton Transit Catalyst Project 2009-2010
 
Dallas Atmos Lofts 2009-2010
Dallas Continental Project 2009-2010
Dallas Cityville at Carlisle 2005
Dallas Dallas Design District 2005-2006

Dallas

Edison Mixed-Use Development

2009-2010

Dallas

Fiji/Compton Mixed-Use Development

2005-2006

Dallas

Lake Highlands Town Center

2005-2006

Dallas

Mockingbird Station

2005-2006

Dallas Omni/DART Redevelopment 2009-2010
Dallas The Collective 2009-2010

Dallas

Victory Park

2001

Dallas

Woodall Rodgers Park

2005-2006

Dallas Zang Triangle 2009-2010
 

Duncanville

Center Street Townhomes

2005-2006

Duncanville Duncanville North Main 2009-2010
 
Farmers Branch Station Area Sidewalks 2009-2010
 

Garland

Downtown Garland

2005-2006

 

Irving

Las Colinas Urban Center

2005-2006

Irving

Northwest Rail Corridor

2001

 

Mesquite

Thomasson Square

2009-2010

 

Richardson

Centennial Park

2005-2006

Richardson

Eastside Transit-Oriented Development

2005-2006

 

Rowlett

Downtown Rowlett

2005-2006

SDCFP - Sustainable Development Call for Projects
N/A - Funding not provided through SDCFP

 

City

Project in Denton County

SDCFP Funding Year

Denton

Unicorn Lake

2001

 
Lewisville Old Town Plaza 2009-2010
Lewisville Old Town Transit-Oriented Development 2009-2010
 

Flower Mound

West Windsor Extension

2009-2010

 
The Colony Austin Ranch 2001

SDCFP - Sustainable Development Call for Projects
N/A - Funding not provided through SDCFP

 

City

Project in Johnson County

SDCFP Funding Year

Joshua

Joshua Station Transit-Oriented Development

2009-2010

SDCFP - Sustainable Development Call for Projects
N/A - Funding not provided through SDCFP

 

City

Project in Tarrant County

SDCFP Funding Year

Arlington

College Town

2005-2006

 

Benbrook

Benbrook Town Center

2001

 
Colleyville Pleasant Run Pathway Connection 2009-2010
 

Fort Worth

GrandMarc at West Berry Place

2005-2006

Fort Worth

Magnolia Green 

2005-2006

Fort Worth

Magnolia Village

2001

Fort Worth

Museum Place

2005-2006

Fort Worth Polytechnic/TWU Streetscape 2009-2010

Fort Worth

Ridglea Village

2001

Fort Worth South Main Urban Village 2009-2010
Fort Worth Summer Creek TOD Project 2009-2010

Fort Worth

Trinity Bluff

2005-2006

Fort Worth

West 7th Street Corridor

2001

 

Grapevine

Downtown Grapevine

2005-2006

Grapevine

Hudgins Street Extension

2009-2010

 
Hurst Hurst Bellaire Project 2009-2010
 
Kennedale Connecting Kennedale 2009-2010
 

North Richland Hills

Hometown 

2001

North Richland Hills

Snider Street Extension Project

2009-2010

 

SDCFP - Sustainable Development Call for Projects
N/A - Funding not provided through SDCFP

 

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