TOD Literature: Case Studies & Guidebooks

TCRP Report 128: Effects of TOD on Housing, Parking, and Travel

Report link: Effects of TOD on Housing, Parking, and Travel
This new TCRP report attempts to clarify the relationship between livable communities and transit.

The New Transit Town: Best Practices in Transit-Oriented Development

Report link: The New Transit Town
In this book, the demographic trends that favor an increasing demand for TOD are outlined,as well as the issues of design, public policy and finance.

TOD 101: Why Transit-Oriented Development And Why Now?

Report link: TOD 101: Why Transit-Oriented Development And Why Now
This book highlights the benefits of TOD and how it can help maintain the economic vitality of communities.

TOD 202: Station Area Planning: How to Make Great Transit-Oriented Places

Report link: TOD 202: Station Area Planning
This handbook is designed to promote best practices in transit-oriented development by simplifying the complex decisions involved in planning for TOD.

TOD 205: Families and Transit-Oriented Development: Creating Complete Communities for All

Report link: TOD 205: Families and Transit-Oriented Development: Creating Complete Communities for All
Families and Transit-Oriented Development presents strategies for creating TOD that supports family-friendly communities and high-quality education.

Transit-Oriented Development in the United States: Experiences, Challenges, and Prospects

Report link: Transit-Oriented Development in the United States
This analysis of TOD practice examines its impacts, benefits, and barriers, as well as useful policies and implementation and financing tools.

Transit-Oriented Development: Developing a Strategy to Measure Success

Report link: Transit-Oriented Development: Developing a Strategy to Measure Success
This digest offers a strategy to systematically evaluate the potential success of transit-oriented development.

Who is TOD in Metro Denver?

Report link: Who is TOD in Metro Denver? Resident Survey Report
In 2009-2010 Denver Regional Council of Governments surveyed residents, employees, and businesses located near 35 rail-transit stations in the region.