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The TOD CoP works with over 30 cities around the world on their TOD projects, with both the T&DD and SURR global practices. You can find an overview of the CoP's work in this presentation, our previous newsletters... By Christina Olsen January 15,2018 Source: Meeting of the Minds Meeting of the Minds talked with Dr. Dario Hidalgo about the evolution of BRT and what makes it a successful part of an integrated urban public... Links to relevant websites As of January, 2018 WRI World TOD Resource This database of more than 600 reports, studies, and other documents across all areas of transit-oriented development. T... The China Sustainable Cities Integrated Approach Pilot Project, funded by a Global Environment Facility grant of $32.73 million, supports transit-oriented development (TOD) in China. The project assists seven major Ch... Developed by the ITDP, the TOD Standard 3.0 is a guide and tool to help assess, plan, and shape urban developments for greater equity and access for all. It lays out the core principles of inclusive TOD, based on ITDP... This document was prepared by the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy Mexico (ITDP). Main authors are Salvador Medina and Marianely Patlán under the supervision of Ricardo Troncoso and Cy... This document was prepared by the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy Mexico (ITDP). Main authors are Salvador Medina and Marianely Patlán under the supervision of Ricardo Troncoso and Cynthia M... Source: "DESARROLLO ORIENTADO AL TRANSPORTE - REGENERAR LAS CIUDADES MEXICANAS PARA MEJORAR LA MOVILIDAD" ITDP Mexico 2013 (ISBN 978-607-8288-04-5) ITDP Mexico This document written by the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy Mexico (ITDP) was accomplished under the auspices of the British Embassy in Mexico, in the framework of the project “Low-carbon gr... Assessment of Urban Transformation Potential through Enhancement of Integration and Local Accessibility Standards for the Lima Metro Line 2 - Ate and Santa Anita Corridor, ToR for Lima Metro Line 2 Project in Peru Wo... By: Wanli Fang Source: World Bank Sustainable Cities Blog Series As one of over 20 million people who work and live in Beijing, China, I used to find commuting to work in rush-hour traffic rather painful. How... By: Jasmine Susanna Tillu Source: World Bank East Asia and Pacific Blog Series
Since our days in school, we have often been told to first define our terms before doing anything else. China is a country that... By: Chyi-Yun Huang Source: World Bank Sustainable Cities Blog Series Many urban planners may know the success stories of Curitiba, Singapore or London realizing transit-oriented development (TOD). However, TO... Remaking Greater Los Angeles as a Transit-Oriented Region By Kathleen McCormick September 11, 2017 Source: URBANLAND: The Magazine of the Urbanland Institute Several decades into a voter-approved tran... Here's where Dallas will build a new subway and streetcar lineSource: Here's where Dallas will build a new subway and streetcar line | Transportation | Dallas News Liz Farmer The Dallas City Council on Wed... London's public transport agency has decided to embrace rail+property joint development, similar to many cities around the world. Since the UK government has decided to lower the annual subsidies to Transport for Lond... Bogota to launch metro tender next yearSource: Bogota to launch metro tender next year Written by Keith Barrow, Wednesday, April 06, 2016 THE mayor of Bogota Mr Enrique Peñalosa announced on A... The 3V Framework: Maximizing Economic Value of TOD Station Areas by Matching Place Value, Node Value and Market Value Citation: “Salat, Serge; Ollivier, Gerald. 2017. Transforming the Urban Space through Trans... Dear TOD CoP members, Let's take a moment to introduce ourselves, knowing each other will help a lot in interacting in the community. You can for example share us with your country, your professional backgroun... New Metro budget, same old approach to transit service Source: New Metro budget, same old approach to transit service - The Washington Post By Robert Thomson, March 9 New trains are attractive, but there will ...