San Francisco

Implementing Equitable TOD

12:30 p.m. | Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Photo Courtesy of Flickr user fairfaxcounty

Decisions made by transit and land use planners often don’t take into consideration the site conditions and market characteristics required to support private development. This oversight has resulted in many equitable transit-oriented development (TOD) projects stalling or failing. Hear from two nationally leading practitioners on how to avoid these problems and successfully plan TODs of the future.

+ Amy Chung / Living Cities
+ William Fleissig / Communitas Development and Advisory Services
+ Ian Carlton / Ian Carlton Research and Consulting

View the report: Steps to Avoid Stalled Equitable TOD Projects
The Executive Summary: http://www.livingcities.org/knowledge/media/?id=168
Case Studies:  http://www.livingcities.org/knowledge/media/?id=169

 

Location

SPUR Urban Center
654 Mission Street
San Francisco, CA 94105-4015
Phone: 415.781.8726

Admission

Free to members 
$10 non-members
Okay to bring lunch

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