Today, we're having a meetup with our good friend Tod (Transit Oriented Development). Just slap down a grocery store and a couple of restaurants and you have succeeded where 99.99% of North American TODs fail. Fun fact: Transit-oriented development is not just 5-over-1s marginally close to a transit station. Listen to learn more.
Links and stuffs
- Timestamps to be posted.
References & notes
-  Mass Transit: CA: Metrolink resumes limited weekend service to as far as San Clemente Pier
-  Mass Transit: WMATA reopens stations south of Reagan National Airport
-  Streetsblog USA: How Salt Lake City Became a Leader in Transit-Oriented Development
-  Wikipedia: Transit-oriented development § TOD in cities
-  FTA: Transit-Oriented Development § Overview
-  Salt Lake Chamber: Transit-Oriented Development: Four Birds, One Stone
-  ITDP: What is TOD?
-  Salt Lake City: Transit Station Area Development Guidelines
-  Transit Oriented Development's Ridership Bonus: A Product of Self-Selection and Public Policies
-  Planetizen: Making TODs Work: Lessons from Portland's Orenco Station
-  Wikipedia: Orenco station (TriMet)
-  Trip and Parking Generation Study of Orenco Station TOD, Portland Region
-  Optimizing Land Use Allocation of Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) to Generate Maximum Ridership
-  New Haven-Hartford-Springfield Rail Program: Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Success Stories