LIIF works with philanthropic and public sector partners to support equitable TOD projects; encourages policymakers to support federal transportation and community development investments that ensure access to transit for low wealth communities; and advocates for the inclusion of essential services, such as child care facilities and schools, near TOD sites to build strong, sustainable local economies.
Featured Projects by State
Eddy & Taylor
Located close to the local subway and bus lines, the site at Eddy & Taylor will have over 150 units of housing, as well as space for a grocery store.
AMCAL will turn a parking lot into 85 units of affordable rental family housing adjacent to San Diego’s Washington Street Trolley Station.
An unpaved, little-used parking lot in an economically distressed neighborhood of Boston is now a successful mixed-income, transit oriented development with 84 residential units, a community garden, and retail space that houses a preschool, restaurant and specialty foods store.
Rhode Island Station
The $107 million Rhode Island Station project in Washington, DC, is a mixed use transit-oriented project, which will include affordable and market-rate housing, retail and local services.