Learn how the strategic plan evaluates existing conditions in the region, classifies station areas and corridors based on their readiness to support transit-oriented development, and guides funding strategies that leverage limited resources.
The Transit-oriented Development Program takes planning from the conceptual to the actual by investing in development projects in key locations throughout the region. Learn how the TOD strategic plan guides the allocation of limited resources.
Hear an overview of Metro's Transit-oriented Development Program.
Learn about the strategic plan's unique approach to developing a regional station area and corridor typology.
Learn about the three different types of station areas and corridors in the region and how strategic planning helps guide investment of transit-oriented development resources within each.
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The key measures of people, places, physical form, performance and pedestrian/bicycle connectivity can predict the readiness of an area to support transit-oriented development. Displaying the data in 3D form provides an at-a-glance indication of an entire region's readiness.
View from the west with Hillsboro and Cornelius in the foreground and Gresham in the background.
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