The Center for Transit-Oriented Development is a joint venture with Reconnecting America, and is the only national non-profit effort dedicated to providing best practices, research and tools to support market-based transit-oriented development. The website offers a host of publications and resources, including reports, case studies, press releases, newsletters and books on transit-oriented development.
A representative analysis of twelve transit-oriented development case studies throughout North America is provided by the Seattle Department of Transportation through this online resource. The case studies cover a variety of transit operators and station types from the following cities: Atlanta, Denver, Los Angeles, Portland, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, San Jose, Washington D.C., and Vancouver. Lessons learned from the various case studies, as well as implications for Seattle are also discussed.
This online searchable database for transit-oriented developments in California is hosted by the California Department of Transportation. Information on transit-oriented development, the Statewide Transit-Oriented Development Study, station projects and data on TODs in California can be accessed through this website.
This 2009 presentation reviews BART's Transit-Oriented Development Policy and key policy changes in 2005. Policy application is explored through a summary of completed TOD projects, approved TOD projects and those that are in negotiations.