TCRP Report 102 – This report provides a comprehensive assessment of the state of the practice and the benefits of transit-oriented development (TOD) and joint development throughout the United States. It will be helpful to transit agencies, the development community, and local decision makers considering TOD.
This national study funded by the Federal Transit Administration and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development shows that location matters a great deal when it comes to reducing household costs. While families who live in auto-dependent neighborhoods spend an average of 25 percent of their household budget on transportation, families who live in … Continued
This second edition of the biennial Urban Land Institute community survey, America in 2015 takes the pulse of our country. ULI conducts the survey to illuminate a core question for every American: what do we want in our communities? America in 2015 describes a nation where generally high levels of overall satisfaction partially mask differences … Continued
This is the second report in the series. It includes a broader range of eTOD-supportive policies, including but not limited to those instituted by transit agencies, departments of transportation, metropolitan planning organizations (MPOs), state and local governments, and the housing sector.
This is the first of three reports that cover different aspects of equitable TOD (eTOD). It provides a non-exhaustive review of the evidence and literature that demonstrates the importance of eTOD. A second report will illustrate barriers to eTOD and best practices for overcoming them, while the third will address the federal role in supporting … Continued
The purpose of this report is to provide an overview of the benefits to employers and workforce training providers of locating near transit, as well address the barriers that often prevent them from choosing a transit-oriented location. It includes academic research, applied research from think tanks and advocacy groups and case studies from several regions … Continued