Transit Oriented Development. A term used for urban development that encompasses a direct and planned access to transit facilities.
Transit oriented development. A mixed-use community within walking distance of a transit stop that mixes residential, retail, office, open space, and public uses in a way that makes it convenient to travel on foot or by public transportation instead of by car.
Transit Oriented Development. Transit Oriented Development focuses a mix of land-uses, such as residential, office, shopping, civic uses and entertainment within easy walking distance from a transit station (1/4 mi., 5-10 minutes). This mix of uses, combined with thoughtfully designed community spaces, plazas, etc., forms a vibrant village-like neighborhood where people can live, work and play. Such a village is compact in size, pedestrian-friendly in design, can be customized to offer a wide variety of housing options, with convenient access to services, jobs, and plenty of ways to get around.
(Transit-Oriented Development) Mixed-use (residential, commercial, and industrial) development and zoning designed around commuter rail or bus facilities and infrastructure.
Transit oriented development. Dense development around mass transit stations that provides a range of destination within walking distance, usually including multifamily homes, shops and workplaces
Transit Oriented Development (or Design)
Transit Oriented Development (TOD) refers to residential and commercial areas designed to maximise access to passenger transit, with features to encourage transit rider-ship and pedestrians. A TOD neighbourhood typically has a centre with a rail or bus station, surrounded by relatively high-density mixed-use development, with progressively lower-density spreading outwards.
Transit Oriented Development. Moderate- and high-density housing, along with complementary public uses, jobs, retail, and services concentrated in mixed-use developments along points along a transit system. atershed: A broad area defined by natural hydrology that collects and discharges water into surface water bodies or that recharges groundwater or both. A watershed generally includes rivers, streams, lakes, wetlands, and the surrounding landscape. oning District: A classification of land that designates and limits allowed uses, lot sizes, building setbacks and other land development regulations.