Planning Studies

NCTCOG supports planning for transit-oriented development (TOD) through both station specific and larger regional plans. This includes ongoing projects and past work such as TOD Implementation Group planning assistance and the Regional Transportation Council fund for planning studies through the Sustainable Development Call for Projects.

Recent Projects   

DART Red Line and Blue Line TOD Study

Corridor-level TOD recommendations based on a Federal Transit Administration $1.4 million planning grant awarded to NCTCOG to help the region enhance accessibility and development around 28 Dallas Area Rapid Transit stations along the system’s Blue and Red lines. 

Past TOD Projects

City Project Report  [PDF] Year
Burleson Burleson TOD Master Plan 2012
Cedar Hill City Center Development Plan 2014
Dallas LBJ Skillman Urban Planning Initiative 2014
Fort Worth Berry/University Development Plan 2016
Garland Forest-Jupiter Transit-Oriented Redevelopment Plan 2013
Richland Hills Transit-Oriented Development Plan 2009

Additional projects: Sustainable Development Call for Projects (SDCFP) Planning Studies

TOD Implementation Group Projects

The TOD Implementation Group was a program that resulted from request for planning assistance in the 2006  SDCFP. Projects in this group were eligible for a variety planning assistance activities intended to support a regional effort to analyze, market, and implement TOD.

Polytechnic/Wesleyan Urban Village Planning Assistance Report, 2008 [PDF]
Deep Ellum TOD Project, 2007: Preliminary Conclusions [PDF], Stakeholder Survey Summary [PDF]
City of Grand Prairie TOD Planning Report, 2012 [PDF]
North Richland Hills Transportation Network Overview, 2013 [PDF]
Dallas Lancaster Corridor TOD Report, 2012 [PDF]

Staff: Travis Liska