Topic : Center for Transit Oriented Development

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TOD group releases Portland, Ore. strategic plan

Bus| April 26, 2011
Evaluates existing conditions around Portland, classifies station areas and corridors based on their readiness to support TOD, offers guidelines for phasing of TOD program work and discusses future activities and funding strategies.

Report: Proximity to jobs crucial to light rail development

Rail| March 22, 2011
Findings show proximity to existing employment centers and downtown areas to be important factors driving development along transit lines. While transit improvements were a factor, the impetus for development was more strongly related to longer-term efforts to revitalize the center cities.
Accessibility| December 20, 2010

Center for TOD releases corridor planning guide

Explains how corridor planning can facilitate successful transportation outcomes and transit-oriented development (TOD). The book provides real-world development lessons and identifies the different implications for TOD associated with each type of transit corridor.
Bus| April 13, 2010

Center for TOD releases planning guide

Funded through a cooperative agreement between Reconnecting America and the Federal Transit Administration, the guide highlights best practices related to regulations, funding, information sharing and partnerships.

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