California High-Speed Rail Authority to Provide Funding for Station Area Planning

The California High-Speed Rail Authority recently announced that cities across California will soon be able to look to the Authority for help in planning for development around high-speed train stations along the proposed 800-mile route. The Authority’s Board approved a policy outlining a funding opportunity in which the Authority can enter into local agreements to provide up to 40 percent of the cost for locally led station area planning studies, not to exceed $200,000. The state funding can be used in addition to any federal funding for station area planning, including funding from the $4.5 million in American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds announced last year. For more, please visit the Partnership for Sustainable Communities website...

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