HUD Announces $3 Billion for "Location-Efficient" Projects

At this week's Congress for the New Urbanism, HUD Secretary Shaun Donovan would score new grant applications on transportation access and residential density.

Greg Lindsay writes from CNU18: "That includes $100 million in sustainable development grants for cities, another $40 million grant targeted at local communities, and "TIGER II," $600 million in competitive transportation grants that follows last year's $1.5 billion for TIGER I. All of those grants, Donovan said, had been jointly review with DOT and the EPA as partnership, a first."

Full Story: HUD Announces the End of Urban Sprawl as We Know It, New Urbanists Feel Fine

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