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Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA)
Paya Lebar, Singapore
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Downtown Tigard Circulation Study
SERA Architects
Tigard, Oregon, United States
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Vauban
Vauban, Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany
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Transit Revitalization Investment District Study
Interface Studio LLC
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
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Contra Costa Centre Station
AvalonBay Communities and Millennium Partners
Walnut Creek, California, United States
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Gold Line at Del Mar Station
Moule & Polyzoides, Architects and Urbanists
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Boston Fairmount Line
Reconnecting America
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
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Oldtown Freiburg Revitalization
City of Freiburg, Germany
Freiburg, Germany
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Rieselfeld Ecovillage
City of Freiburg, Germany
Freiburg-Rieselfeld, Germany
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Auckland Central City Future Rail Network Planning
Dr Joel Cayford
Auckland City, New Zealand
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London, United Kingdom
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Center for Transit Oriented Development
1850 Camden Road, Charlotte, North Carolina, United States
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Houston Medical Center Alignment
Reconnecting America
6580 Fannin Street, Houston, Texas, United States
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Mall of America Station, Hiawatha Light Rail
Reconnecting America
Mall of America, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States
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Twin Cities Region Walkable Centers Analysis, Downtown St. Paul
Center for Transit Oriented Development
10th St E and Cedar St N, St. Paul, Minnesota, United States
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West Corridor Mix of Uses
Center for Transit Oriented Development
Denver, Colorado, United States
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Recent, Planned, and Proposed Development, Fairmount/Indigo Line
Center for Transit Oriented Development
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
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Vauban, Freiburg im Breisgau, Germany
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Transit-Oriented Developments are a mix of housing, retail and/or commercial areas and amenities within walking distance of public transportation.

Transit-Oriented Developments (TOD's) are established within 400 – 800 meters (¼ – ½ mile) walking distance of public transit with areas near transit increasing in density. TOD’s conserve land, encourage walking and bicycling, while reducing infrastructure costs and energy consumption.

TOD’s are categorized according to the following types:

  • Core – dense downtown cores of regional importance with two or more modes of high-capacity transit.
  • Center – mixed-use residential and employment districts containing at least two modes of transit.
  • Village – smaller centers of local economic and community activity with transit service.
  • Destination – institutional and university centers, stadiums, and regional parks.

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