TOD Videos

6 Ways Transit-Oriented Development Creates Value
This short video by WSP highlights how TOD promotes economic vitality, supports environmental stewardship, and addresses social needs.
Affordable Housing – Infill Development: City of Tacoma, Washington
Infill housing can encourage active neighborhoods that allow people to age in place, live in vibrant communities, access housing for all levels of income and much more.
All Aboard Atlantic
Learn about how Collingswood, a designated NJ Transit Village community, and its partners, used a pop-up (pilot) streetscape project on Atlantic Ave to address pedestrian safety concerns and to advance its Complete Streets goals.
An Introduction to Zoning
In many places, zoning forms the basis of what can and can't be built. This video goes through the elements of the zoning, describes its pros and cons, and explains how to influence changes in local zoning code.
Blueprint Denver
Blueprint Denver is a citywide land use and transportation plan for the next 20 years that calls for growing an inclusive city.
Greater Boston's Bus Transformation
Buses… Greater Boston’s bus system is getting a makeover!
How New Buildings Can Actually Fight Displacement
Vox policy reporter Jerusalem Demsas explains how new construction in the U.S. can help fight displacement.
How to Build a Better City
This video by MinuteEarth illustrates the importance of distance and compact development to a better city.
How to Design a Great Street
Part travelogue ... all urban planning ... this video discusses the elements of great streets and draws upon the book "Great Streets" by Allan Jacobs.
How Urban Farms Are Changing the Landscape of Food Deserts
More than 23 million Americans live in food deserts, but community organizers are trying to change this by growing the urban farm movement.
How zoning can restrict, or even prevent, affordable housing
The PBS News Hour series, “Roads to Recovery,” looks at efforts to reform Connecticut's land use laws.
In Texas, A Bike Network Gets Bigger
Designed for all ages and abilities, Austin's planned 400-mile bike network is unmatched in North America, thanks to the Austin DOT and MoveATX, a coalition of community leaders, advocates, activists, and organizations.

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