95th St. Corridor Transit Oriented Development Study

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Project programmed before 2024; Not evaluated by these metrics.

Project Description

CTA in partnership with City of Chicago Department of Planning and Development (DPD) will complete a comprehensive Equitable Transit Oriented Development (eTOD) planning study along a 2 mile stretch of the 95th Street Corridor, on the far south side of Chicago. This corridor includes five multimodal transit capital projects as follows: (1) RLE; (2) 95th Street Terminal Reconstruction; (3) Metra 95th Street/Chicago State University Station; and (4) & (5) Pace Pulse Halsted Rapid Transit Line and 95th Rapid Transit Line. The planning study will include the following: 1. existing conditions & market analysis including health & racial equity impact assessment (HREIA)2. land-use/zoning plan3. economic development plan4. transit supportive development guidelines and development concepts5. multimodal connectivity plan6. a coordinated implementation plan for an actionable roadmap