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1 Building Sustainable Communities Partnership in Action: Moline, IL $10 million USDOT TIGER II FTA- administered grant $4.9 million in state capital funding from IDOT $1.7 million in local funding from the City of Moline. EPA Land Revitalization-funded technical assistance Delta Institute (EPA grantee) green building technical assistance $10 million USDOT TIGER II FTA- administered grant $4.9 million in state capital funding from IDOT $1.7 million in local funding from the City of Moline. EPA Land Revitalization-funded technical assistance Delta Institute (EPA grantee) green building technical assistance $10 million USDOT TIGER II FTA- administered grant $4.9 million in state capital funding from IDOT $1.7 million in local funding from the City of Moline. EPA Land Revitalization-funded technical assistance Delta Institute (EPA grantee) green building technical assistance $10 million USDOT TIGER II FTA- administered grant $4.9 million in state capital funding from IDOT $1.7 million in local funding from the City of Moline. EPA Land Revitalization-funded technical assistance Delta Institute (EPA grantee) green building technical assistance

2 Building Sustainable Communities Sustainable Communities Partnership – Key Lessons Federal, state, local agency coordination Implementation! Funding is tip of iceberg Cross-pollination of ideas: Transit Oriented Development Area wide planning efforts Green Buildings Existing Buildings

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5 Multiple Benefits & Challenges Redevelop an existing urban Brownfield site End goal is LEED-certified multimodal facility. Building is contributing structure to the Moline Downtown Commercial Historic District National Register of Historic Places (2007) Long term – Housing

6 Building Sustainable Communities Greater Quad Cities – Moline Location

7 Building Sustainable Communities Re-connecting Chicago with the Quad Cities via Passenger Rail City of 44,000 in MSA of nearly 400,000 Home to Deere & Company TIGER II and High Speed Rail monies received from federal government Illinois Department of Transportation match Rail artery will be significant connection between Chicago and Moline/Quad Cities

8 Building Sustainable Communities Project Site

9 Building Sustainable Communities Station Project and Funding New station project estimated at $16.6M. $10M US DOT TIGER II grant IDOT supplements with $4.9M City of Moline contributes $1.7M Two year construction cycle Rail service to begin in early to mid temporary construction jobs

10 Building Sustainable Communities Green Preservation Challenges and Opportunities What is Green Preservation? Meeting the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation Meeting LEED Certification Standards Opportunities

11 Building Sustainable Communities Case Studies – Green Preservation & Transit Stations Present a series of successful green preservation transit projects Highlight the challenges and approaches to overcome those challenges Lay out replicable vehicles/methods of funding used to complete the projects Demonstrate the project’s impact on development in the surrounding community

12 Building Sustainable Communities Case Studies – Green Preservation & Transit Stations

13 Building Sustainable Communities Moline - Working Together Moline Centre Plan drives development decisions 25 years with City and Renew Moline Proven public-private partnership working together on projects Collectively work together on the development and redevelopment of our riverfront downtown

14 Building Sustainable Communities

15 Learning More After Today Partnership for Sustainable Communities Partnership Grants List ngPartnership.pdf ngPartnership.pdf Moline Multi-modal Station Website omic/multimodal_station.asp omic/multimodal_station.asp US EPA – Green Preservation Case Studies: mic/MultimodalInfo.asp mic/MultimodalInfo.asp

16 Building Sustainable Communities Contact info Jon Grosshans US EPA – Region 5 77 W Jackson Blvd, SM-7J Chicago IL Danielle Potts EPA ORISE Fellow 77 W Jackson Blvd, SE-7J Chicago IL Christopher Choi US EPA - Region 5 77 W. Jackson Blvd, SM-7J Chicago IL Stephanie Ross Cwik US EPA - Region 5 77 W. Jackson Blvd, SM-7J Chicago IL


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