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.Read more
Report link: Advancing Equitable Transit-Oriented Development through Community Partnerships and Public Sector Leadership
This 2016 white paper, produced by MZ Strategies, LLC with funding from the Ford Foundation, showcases eTOD efforts in four regions — Denver, Los Angeles, Minneapolis–Saint Paul, and Seattle.
While working closely with developers to push projects through in a streamlined manner, the administration of Mayor Adrian O. Mapp is also working to maximize benefits for existing residents. The City insists on redevelopment agreements that require developers to carry out neighborhood improvements or make financial contributions to local programs.Read more
NJ’s TOD happenings. Summit’s redevelopment proposal, Passaic to reclaim land of old freight line, Jersey City’s chain store limits under fire, and Berkeley Heights awarded SSTT grant. In other news. Baltimore Penn Station redevelopment agreement, eTOD in Los Angeles, Pittsburgh’s busways, mixed-use development in Phoenix, San Francisco’s Chase Center to limit parking, proposed hub at London’s Clapham Junction Station & “post-car” living in Barcelona.Read more
Equitable transit oriented development (eTOD) planning strategies can help communities promote housing affordability near transit.Read more
Good eTOD planning has allowed these communities to successfully bring new affordable housing options to their transit-served neighborhoods.Read more