Thursday, July 25, 2024

Transit Friendly Planning Videos

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135 video(s) found
"Not just a way to get from A to B" - Complete Streets in Tucson, AZ
Tucson AZ is building both advocacy for and the physical improvements for Complete Streets and is putting equity at the center of the work.
20 Minute Neighbourhood
This compact city approach encourages the development of local areas within walking distance of residents' homes to access public transport, public open space, and facilities and services for daily living.
2024 Transit Equity Day
Denise W. Barreto, Chief Equity and Engagement Officer at the Chicago Transit Authority observes Transit Equity Day by highlighting the urgent need for public advocacy to address significant transit funding challenges.
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.
A Car-Free Neighborhood in an Old New Jersey Town
What can we learn from the past? Plenty! The video showcases Pitman, NJ.
A Land Value Tax is the Future
This video explores the Land Value Tax (LVT), a tax on the unimproved value of land.
A Street Is a Terrible Thing to Waste: Boston's Newest Bus Lane
TransitCenter showcases a pilot program that created a dedicated bus and bike lane on a busy corridor between Boston's Rossendale Village and Forest Hills. 
A Thriving Community: Capitol Hill’s Pride Place
Pride Place, Seattle's newest LGBTQIA+ friendly senior TOD community, serves as a safe haven for city residents.
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.
America Always Gets This Wrong (When Building Transit)
Less about the building of transit, and more about the building of cities, this video explores the relationship between land use and transit usage.
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.
Are Parking Lots Ruining Your City?
Removing parking minimums is one step that towns can take to make better use of one of their most important resources, land.
Blueprint Denver
Blueprint Denver is a citywide land use and transportation plan for the next 20 years that calls for growing an inclusive city.
Bringing Equity to Transit-Oriented Development
How can cities expand TOD for all? This video from Planetizen highlights the benefits of equitable transit-oriented development (eTOD).
BRT Transit-Oriented Development | The Red Line
The City of Indianapolis is making changes to its urban landscape to capitalize on the recent opening of the Red Line.
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