NOACA’s Transportation for Livable Communities Initiative (TLCI) helps communities in Northeast Ohio obtain federal funding and technical assistance for planning transportation projects that strengthen community livability.
The NOACA Governing Board has allocated approximately $1 million for the program. Individual grants range up to $75,000.
The TLCI consists of the following components:
Thirty-six applications were received for the 2005 selection process, and 20 projects were awarded grants and technical assistance on May 13, 2005 by the NOACA Governing Board. The projects are for the cities of Berea, Chardon, Cleveland, Euclid, North Royalton, Painesville, Parma, Shaker Heights, Sheffield Lake, South Euclid, Warrensville Heights, and Wickliffe, as well as the Village of Oakwood, the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority and Cuyahoga Engineer's Office.
Applications for 2006 are tentatively scheduled for fall 2005 and may vary from the 2005 application; however, the following 2005 information may be downloaded in pdf format:
Contact Rob Frazier, Planning Engineer, for additional information or call (216) 241-2414, ext.281.