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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The city has a transport-oriented development strategy.
It's to develop 'TOD' (transport-oriented development) following the principles laid down by Peter Calthorpe in the USA or Michael Breheny and Ralph Rookwood in the UK: a great variety of developments (town extensions, small town and village enlargements, some new communities) along existing or planned transit routes, especially heavy and light rail.
Marcos said Neda, in 2014, approved the so-called Dream Plan, a transport-oriented development strategy and blueprint.
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