- Guides and Training Manuals
Date Published: February 2012
This toolkit assesses which stations are – or are not – supporting transit-oriented characteristics, and identifies strategies and investments that could help station areas achieve higher transit ridership, lower VMT, provide housing for a mix of incomes and guard against displacement, and to create healthy, prosperous neighborhoods where people of all incomes have a multitude of travel options.
Keywords: Los Angeles; parking; toolkit; Pedestrians; regional planning; transit; transit corridors; transit-oriented development; affordable housing; zoning; California
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