While the world of finance may seem complex, it is an incredibly important aspect of development. With this knowledge, communities and policy makers can devise better planning and public policy solutions to achieve their goals, and imagine and implement more effective incentives and statutory requirements to improve the next generation of TOD.Read more
Transit agencies seek alternative revenue streams, Newark’s development boom, Seattle community plans for new light rail service, and the DC region looks to prioritize equity in transportation and land use planningRead more
Four speakers will elaborate on the principles shared in TRB’s Guide to Joint Development for Public Transportation AgenciesRead more
Report link: Guide to Joint Development for Public Transportation Agencies
TCRP’s recently released report provides detailed guidelines and best practices on the real estate development process that occurs on transit agency property or through some other type of development transaction to which the transit agency is a party.
Equity in transportation – from many perspectives and at different levels of government – from USDOT looking at systemic bias to local transit agencies making progress on transit-oriented affordable housing.Read more
Reopening continues apace with a slow and steady return of passengers, support for improved infrastructure and maintenance, and new and more equitable transit-oriented developmentRead more
Join Rail~volution and TOD practitioners to discuss TCRP’s new report: H-57: Guide to Joint Development for Public Transit Agencies.Read more
Report link: Promoting Opportunity through Equitable Transit-Oriented Development (eTOD): Navigating Federal Transportation Policy
This report provides stakeholders involved in achieving eTOD, such as public entities, developers and practitioners, guidance on understanding and benefiting from federal transportation policies and programs.
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.