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Public Transportation: Multiple Factors Influence Extent of Transit-Oriented Development
David J. Wise (au)
From 2004 to 2014, the Federal Transit Admin. (FTA) allocated $18.9 billion to build new or expanded transit systems through the Capital Investment Grant program. One of the key goals for many local governments when planning major capital-transit projects is to encourage transit-oriented development as a way to focus future regional population growth along transit corridors. Transit-oriented development is generally described as a compact and ńˇýwalkableńˇŁ neighborhood near transit with a mix of residential and commercial uses. This report addresses (1) the extent to which transit-oriented development has occurred near select transit lines that received federal funds and the factors and local policies that affect transit-oriented development; and (2) the extent to which FTA considers factors related to the potential for transit-oriented development when assessing proposed projects and the extent to which FTA's assessment of these factors is consistent with the factors that local stakeholders stated affect a project's results. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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