TGC assisted in performing an existing conditions inventory of mobility corridors, reviewed other planning efforts, and conducted environmental and benefits-cost analysis on 15 projects. Developed the District’s first Capital Improvement Program, which was approved by the Board of Directors. Additionally, prepared several grant applications for CIP projects.
• Prepared materials and narrative for the W. Little York Pedestrian-Transit Enhancements & White Oak Bayou Trail Connector TIP Application.
• Secured $1.6M in federal discretionary funding to be used towards the Near Northwest Management District capital program.
• Prepared materials and narrative for the Texas Parks & Wildlife Trails Grant in relation to the White Oak Bayou Trail Connector.
• Secured $25,000 through the H-GAC Downtown Public Spaces Grant for the construction and installation of two (2) Gateway Markers.
• Created the District’s first Capital Improvement Program to assist in short and long range project implementation.
• Facilitated the District’s establishment as a FTA grantee.