TLCI Planning Assistance is the allocation of NOACA staff time, instead of a TLCI Planning Grant, to complete a planning study. Applications are accepted with TLCI Planning Grant applications (normally accepted starting in October).
|TLCI PLANNING ASSISTANCE STUDIES Currently under Development|
|Cities of Cleveland Heights and University Heights
||Taylor Road Corridor Study
Eligible applicants include: political subdivisions, other state agencies, boards, commissions, regional transit authorities, county transit boards and port authorities. Non-implementing governmental agencies and non-governmental organizations (i.e. Community Development Corporations [CDCs], non-profits, and advocacy organizations) must partner with the eligible governmental entity having jurisdiction over the proposed project to co-sponsor a request. Only eligible applicants can complete the application and assume responsibility for entering into an agreement with NOACA to carry out the project.
The total budget and staff resources for the program will be determined annually with the development of the Overall Work Program. To effectively manage the program, the NOACA Executive Director may limit staff time available within a specific fiscal year. Project sponsors are not required to provide any financial contribution or local match to receive assistance. View the Policy (adopted June 12, 2015) here.
COMPLETED TLCI PLANNING ASSISTANCE STUDIES
|Location||Study Name||Report Date|
|City of Cleveland||Franklin Boulevard Traffic Calming Study||August 2019|
|Cleveland Metroparks in Cuyahoga County||Emerald Necklace Trail Crossing Improvement Study
|City of Cleveland||Veterans Memorial Bridge Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvement Plan
|City of Bay Village||Bay Village Cahoon Park Area Connectivity Study||
|City of Chardon||Sidewalk Connectivity Analysis||
|City of Cleveland
||Rocky River Drive Plan||
|Olmsted Township||Olmsted Township Complete Streets Plan||
|City of Strongsville||Strongsville Town Center District Redevelopment Plan||
|City of University Heights||Warrensville Center Road and Cedar Road Multimodal Transportation Plan||
|City of North Royalton
||North Royalton Alternative Transportation Plan
|City of Cleveland
||Safety & Capacity Analysis Study for W. 14th Street and Quigley Road Roundabout