Transit Oriented Development: Making it Happen

Transit Oriented Development: Making it Happen

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ISBN-13: 9781138249363
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 09/12/2016
Pages: 312
Product dimensions: 6.25(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Contents: Preface; Part I: The Context for Transit Oriented Development: Introduction, Luca Bertolini, Carey Curtis and John L. Renne; Planning for transit oriented development: strategic principles Peter Newman; Public transport and sustainable urbanism: global lessons Robert Cervero. Part II Implementation: Tools: Implementing transit oriented development through regional plans: a case study of Western Australia, Carey Curtis; Rail friendly transport and land-use policies: the case of the regional metro system of Naples and Campania, Ennio Cascetta and Francesca Pagliara; Retrofitting TOD and managing the impacts: the case of Subi Centro, Andrew Howe, Geoff Glass and Carey Curtis; From concept to projects: Stedenbaan, The Netherlands, Verena Balz and Joost Schrijnen; An Asian model of TOD: the planning integration in Singapore, Perry Pei-Ju Yang and Seng How Lew. Part III: Implementation: Processes: Portland's TOD evolution: from planning to lifestyle, G.B. Arrington; Successful delivery mechanisms: coordinating plans, players and action, Mike Mouritz and Louise Ainsworth; Promoting transit oriented development at the local level: the opportunities and challenges for local governments, Janet Edghill, Annette Kroen and Jan Scheurer. Part IV: Implementation: Community: Transit oriented for all: delivering mixed-income housing in transit served neighbourhoods, Shelley Poticha and Jeff Wood; There goes the neighbourhood? Or saving the world? Community views about transit orientated development, Janet Rice. Part V: Implementation: Markets: The property sector as an advocate for TOD: the case of South East Queensland, Bruce James; The commercial reality of TOD in Australia, Warwick Hemsley; Developing TOD in America: the private sector view, Marilee A. Utter; Transit-oriented development in Tokyo; the public sector shapes favourable conditions, the private sector makes it happen, Paul Chorus. Conclusion: Making TOD Happen: Measuring the success of transit oriented development, John L. Renne; TODs for a sustainable future: key principles to 'make TOD happen', Luca Bertolini, Carey Curtis and John L. Renne; References; Index.

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