Transit Oriented Development (TOD) is a major topic in the connection between land
use and transportation. Much study of TOD measures transportation objectives such as
increased transit mode share or vehicle trip reduction, or land use planning objectives
such as effective revitalization or increased property value. An emerging field of
research focuses on direct and indirect barriers to TOD development finance. While
many have identified a number of constraints and potential solutions to barriers, this
paper recognizes the barriers and appropriate solutions vary by geographic context. In
addition to an overview of development finance for mixed use development, this paper
identifies barriers and strategies to secure TOD finance in four unique geographies.
Carlson, Charles. (2009). Financing Transit Oriented Development: Barriers in Four Geographic Contexts. Hubert H Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs. Professional Paper.
professional paper for the Masters of Urban and Regional Planning degree
Financing Transit Oriented Development: Barriers in Four Geographic Contexts.
Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs.
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