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Filling the Financing Gap for Equitable Transit-Oriented Development -Lessons from Atlanta, Denver, the Bay Area and Twin Cities

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Date Published: February 2014

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This guide describes financing for a newly popular form of transit-oriented development: equitable TOD.  As demand for livable communities grows, land values near transit increase, which can sometimes lead to gentrification.

Keywords: funding; housing; case study; implementation; report; transit-oriented development; implementation

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