Learn more about Corridors of Opportunity
Learn more about the Community Engagement Team
Learn more about the eligible corridors
Learn how transitways are planned
Twin Cities Regional Transitway Decision-Making Overview
Who has authority over transitway planning in the Twin Cities? This flow chart depicts the complex and often interrelated authorities who play a role in transitway planning in our region.
Community Engagement Opportunities for Transitway Development
How does a new transitway get planned? The complex steps of planning, design and public input can be overwhelming. This simple chart shows the major planning steps each new transitway must go through, and which government agencies have authority over those processes.
Status of Corridors of Opportunity Transitways
This map shows the seven Corridors of Opportunity, with a high-level summary of what planning stage each transitway is currently in.
FTA Circular on Environmental Justice
This document provides guidance to state departments of transportation, metropolitan planning organizations, public transportation providers, and other recipients of FTA funds on how to fully engage environmental justice populations in the public transportation decision-making process; how to determine whether environmental justice populations would be subjected to disproportionately high and adverse human health or environmental effects as a result of a transportation plan, project, or activity; and how to avoid, minimize, or mitigate these effects.
Learn about Community Engagement Best Practices
Learn about Equitable Development
Harrison Neighborhood Association – Bassett Creek Valley Guiding Principles
Corridors of Opportunity – Equitable Development definition and principles
PolicyLink Equitable Transit Oriented Development (in Massachusetts)
Southwest Community Works – Investment Framework timeline
Southwest Community Works - guiding principles