Many communities have been slow to adapt parking policies to changes that are reducing demand. Trends such as congestion pricing, ride-hailing, and other mobility options present opportunities as well as challenges to fostering transit-oriented development.
The rise of technology-driven mobility presents important opportunities for TOD, making transit more convenient while also opening up a whole new world of flexible mobility options.
This is Part 2 of our series on how public spaces contribute to transit-oriented community life. Here we will discuss
Part 1 in our series on how public spaces contribute to transit-oriented community life where we discuss four ways that public spaces can make our lives better.
Equitable transit oriented development (eTOD) planning strategies can help communities promote housing affordability near transit.