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This section contains policy reports and public programs that utilize Joint Development.
This FTA website discusses joint development programs, projects and resources. An online request to have the FTA review joint development projects is provided.
This is an updated list of policies governing WMATA's joint development program. It makes reference to Joint Development Program Guidelines, which implement the policies and were last published on its website in 2013.
The Stephens County Development Authority initiates and manages development projects in Northeast Georgia impacting Stephens, Franklin, and Hart Counties in the growing I-85 corridor.
WMATA defines joint development as a creative program through-which property interests owned and/or controlled by WMATA are marketed to private entities with the objective of developing transit-oriented, mixed-use projects. This site provides WMATA's Joint Development Policies and Guidelines and a list of completed development projects.
Joint development is a form of transit-oriented development (TOD). This document is a statement by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) about how they hope to see TOD planned and implemented around MBTA rail and bus stations. TOD Policies describes the high-level policy goals that guide the MBTA and MassDOT in pursuing TOD. TOD Guidelines sets forth the specific procedures that the MBTA and MassDOT will follow in implementing TOD projects and the standards and outcomes they will seek to achieve.
Joint Development information from Metro is provided, including fact sheets, policy information, project information and maps, and other relevant information about the LA Metro joint development efforts.
The Miami-Dade Board of County Commissioners recognized the importance of joint development as early as 1978. This website summarizes several joint development projects.
Joint Development programs encourage comprehensive planning and development around station sites and along transit corridors. This Joint Development resource center provides information about various city projects, and joint development related news and resources.
WMATA has been involved in the joint development of real estate since the early 1970s. This document sets forth the general practices of its joint development program. Some of the components include: roles and responsibilities, competitive selection proposal and qualification processes, and FTA requirements.
Synthesizing relevant experiences in the US and some Asian countries, this article reviews joint development as a value capture strategy for funding public transit.
This TCRP report examines a combination of large, medium, and small Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) and joint development projects between 1999 and 2010 and provides comprehensive case studies, with an emphasis on what made the project succeed and how legal issues relate to TODs in general.
Appendix B of the Federal Transit Administration's joint development policy contains guidelines for undertaking joint development projects as part of the policy announced in the Federal Register on March 14, 1997. Frequently asked questions and responses to those questions can also be found in this document.
The objective of this study was to present criteria and procedures for evaluation of Joint Development above, below or beside state highways. Applications of the procedures are illustrated over a wide range of joint development situations, both for establishing state or local joint development policy and for making decisions about joint development projects.
This report is a republishing of a historical paper regarding joint development efforts before 1970, with some focus on the Interstate Highway program.