Public Private Partnerships

What #InfrastructureWeek has meant in Dallas


It’s Infrastructure Week this week, a national opportunity to talk about how we as a nation and communities invest in roads, bridges, sidewalks, and railways. Infrastructure changes have very practical implications for how a place looks, feels, and works—especially when it comes to TOD projects. One example is Victory Park in Dallas, TX, located on the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) light rail line.

Tools for Mixed-Income TOD


This paper describes and evaluates tools and strategies that are being used to create mixed-income and affordable housing near transit in regions around the U.S. The first half of the paper explains how these various strategies are being used and the limitations and successes of each, and the second half discusses best practices and provides … Continued

TOD 201: Mixed-Income Housing Near Transit


Increasing Affordability With Location Efficiency This report discusses how providing for a mix of incomes in walkable, mixed-use neighborhoods near transit improves the already considerable benefits of having mixed-income neighborhoods by significantly reducing transportation costs. Creating mixed-income TOD deepens the affordability of housing because families can get by with one less car or no cars … Continued