What  is  Transit-Oriented

Development?

Transit-oriented development, or TOD, is the creation of vibrant, livable, and sustainable communities along transit corridors by leveraging transit investments.

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Principles

Enhance   Connectivity

Connect other travel modes – walking, biking and driving – to the light rail to create an expansive transportation network.

Enhance   Community   Identity

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Design attractive and safe stations to enhance community identity and promote walking.

Encourage   A   MIx  of  Land    Uses

Focus a mix of complementary, well-integrated land uses within walking distance of a transit station

Expand   Job   and   Housing   Opportunities

Optimize transit to enhance economic mobility and access to jobs; increase affordable housing and neighborhood amenities.