Tools for transit-oriented development (TOD) factor interconnectivity
This solution addresses gaps in understanding TOD factor interconnectivity in cities in the United States for regional/local governments, real estate developers, researchers, etc.
Problem DescriptionTransit-oriented development (TOD) is the design of transit with real estate development to foster walkable and economically vibrant places. TOD may also include an equity/inclusiveness focus to encompass targets for affordable housing, reduced displacement impact, etc. Though TOD as a concept is well established, the decision making process is complex in terms of the number of factors to consider and specialist knowledge to understand impacts. These resources have been developed to track these interconnected factors for decision-making.
TOD implementation involves not only local/regional government decision making, but close coordination with real estate developers and transportation professionals to balance project needs.
Solution StageOne of the 7 stages of an innovation. Learn more
|STAGE||SPECIALIST SKILLS REQUIRED||EXAMPLE ACTIVITIES||RISK LEVEL AND HANDLING||FINANCE REQUIRED||KINDS OF EVIDENCE GENERATED||GOAL|
|Developing and implementing5||Strong leadership, management, implementation skills|
|A robust and detailed case developed through formal evaluation and evidence gathering – use of a control group to isolate impact||An implemented and sustainable innovation|