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We have started to assemble a list of webinars of interest to those working in TOD communities. Check back frequently as we will be expanding the list in the coming weeks.

Active Transportation

The Safe Routes Partnership offers webinars and other resources designed to help communities promote and support walking, bicycling, and safe routes to transit for people of all ages and abilities. Topics include securing funding to support active transportation goals, advancing Complete Streets policies, supporting equitable Vision Zero policies, incorporating active transportation into comprehensive plans, and more.

Safe Routes Partnership Webinars

Complete Streets

The National Complete Streets Coalition hosts a monthly webinar series, featuring case studies and examples of best practices from communities nationwide and beyond. The current series focuses on putting policies into practice.

Complete Streets 301. Putting People First
Protecting User Data and Expanding Mobility for All Communities
Equitable Complete Streets Principles in School Communities
Complete Streets for Healthy Living
Complete Streets Federal Policy Update

Equitable TOD (eTOD)

In early 2019, the Center for Transit-Oriented Development (CNT) recorded a five-part series on issues affecting equity and affordability in transit-friendly communities. Topics included affordable housing, parking, delivery of social service, new transportation technologies, and the impact of history and culture on eTOD.

CNT: eTOD Webinars

Form-Based Codes

Planetizen, the planning news website, offers an online version of its one-day course on Form-Based Codes. FBC101: ABCs of Form-Based Codes features leading practitioners and innovators in the subject and is the first course in an eight-course track.

Planetizen: FBC101 Online AICP CM, CNU-A, LA CES (fee)

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This Planetizen course examines the challenges presented by most current parking regulations and explores reforms to these codes including processing change, parking management tools, and strategies for engaging political and other stakeholders. Also see eTOD courses for “How do Parking Requirements Impact eTOD?” (above).

Planetizen: Parking Reform  AICP CM (fee)

TOD Corridors

Smart Growth Online, features an extensive array of smart growth-related news, events, information, research, presentations, and publications. The website is a project of the Maryland Department of Planning. In 2016, the project offered a webinar series that examined the development of transit-oriented districts or corridors.

Smart Strategies to Transform Commercial Districts


Updated March 31, 2020.