Accession Number PB2013-103260
Title Transit Agency Strategies that Encourage Mixed Uses Around Stations.
Publication Date Aug 2012
Media Count 46p
Personal Author C. A. Lewis D. Collins K. McGaughay S. Onyejekwe
Abstract Transit-oriented development (TOD) is a mixed-use residential or commercial area designed to maximize access to public transportation that often incorporates features to encourage transit ridership. Varied interests must be represented to implement TOD. Developers present concepts and financial backing, governments create guidelines or zoning that facilitates TOD, community stakeholders voice desires about their neighborhoods and transit agencies implement the transit improvement that serves as the initial catalyst. This research focuses specifically on the role of the transit agency in encouraging development proximate to transit and investigates selected transit authorities within the United States to determine what strategies and steps they are taking to facilitate proximate desirable development around their stations.
Keywords Mixed-use communities
Public transportation
Transit agencies
Transit authorities
Transit Oriented Development(TOD)
Transit ridership


 
Source Agency Department of Transportation Office of University Research
Texas Transportation Institute Texas A&M University
NTIS Subject Category 43G - Transportation
91B - Transportation & Traffic Planning
Corporate Author Texas Southern Univ., Houston. Center for Transportation Training and Research.
Document Type Technical report
Title Note N/A
NTIS Issue Number 1307
Contract Number DTRT07-G-0006

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