Transit Oriented Development


Transit Oriented Development

How can we, as a region, better integrate transit options with land use planning? What decisions can municipalities and developers make to ensure that people can safely and reliably get where they need to go? Transit-oriented development – commonly called TOD –  is one such solution, and the Metropolitan Washington region has some stellar examples of effective TOD. Several ULI Washington TAP reports have focused on TOD, including those listed below.

They are as follows:

Re-Envisioning Rhode Island Avenue

Metro Green Line Corridor

College Park Metrorail Station Area

Camp Springs: Prince George’s County, MD

Fort Totten Metro Station: Maximizing Potential for Transit Oriented Development

Catalyzing Development Around The New Carrollton Station area

Harvesting the Value of Metrorail in Loudoun County, Virginia

Bowie State MARC Station Area

Public Safety Training Area/ Shady Grove Life Sciences Center