transit-oriented development

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transit-oriented development

Development around destinations near public transportation centers, with mixtures of housing, employment, shopping, dining, and entertainment all within walking distance of transit nodes.

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This extremely blighted community is about to become a national case study for Transit Oriented Developments.
Transit oriented developments also tend to follow very strict design guidelines to ensure that the appearance of the community is uniform.
The developers have been working closely with the Center for Transit Oriented Development, a nonprofit organization that helps regions and communities around the country seeking a clearer understanding of the potential for transit-oriented development and the steps necessary to achieve that potential.
Studies show that transit oriented development would significantly reduce climate impacts.
Wiens Development Group, LLC is pleased to announce its plans to build a 6,000 seat multi-purpose indoor event center at Arista, a 200-acre mixed-use transit oriented development located on the south side of Highway 36 between 108th and 120th Streets in Broomfield.
The studies, under the present scope, will cover tasks of preparation of a detailed project report covering traffic demand assessment and system selection including mobility analysis, alignment study, multi-modal land use integration plan, land acquisition details, transit oriented development, cost estimation and funding pattern alternatives etc, leading to the financial and economic analysis of the project which will assist the client to decide on successful implementation of the project.
These scenarios encompass development of the site as a Transit Oriented Development (TOD) at varying scales, varying mix of uses and residential densities.
We are delighted that a company of Archstone-Smith's caliber approached us and we are particularly pleased to deliver a truly successful transit oriented development for the MTA and the City of Pasadena.
The EDCl said the Coatesville train station project, categorized as Transit Oriented Development (TOD), will make use of public sector investment in the train station to make the most of private investment in the area of the station and in downtown Coatesville.
Realizing that Transit Oriented Development (TOD) can represent a "win-win" for both communities and the rail system, Metro-North has engaged Urbitran and Fox & Fowle to develop a planning process that addresses the needs for the long-term goals of the railroad with those of the communities that it serves.
The sale of the property to Habitat for Humanity, approved by the board today, is also consistent with BART's policy to encourage transit oriented development, something I'm very interested in," Sweet said.
Over 60 workshops, symposiums and mobile workshops, including several workshops focused on making transit oriented development work and developing communities with a unique sense of place, will round out this year's conference.