Transit Oriented Development

APA Missouri Chapter


Tuesday, March 26, 2019
5:30 p.m. - 6:45 p.m. CDT

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Transit Oriented Development (TOD) is a neighborhood where you can live, shop and work within walking distance of a transit stop.  By creating more TOD we increase the success of our transit system, access to life’s necessities for people who depend on transit and economic development.  The target of the Transit Oriented Development working group is by 2023, increase the number of completed projects scoring Gold on the St. Louis Region TOD Project Scorecard by 8, the number of completed projects scoring Bronze or higher by 15, and the number of approved projects scoring Bronze or higher by 20.

Learning Objectives

1.       Learn the context of TOD within the region and brief history of previous efforts to create TOD.

2.       Presentation of a scorecard to help evaluate proposed developments as TOD.

3.       Discussion on how planners can use and improve the scorecard.


Lisa Cagle

Lisa has worked in sustainability and sustainable development for over 15 years, from volunteering as a college student to assist with wetland restoration, to traveling abroad to conduct research in sustainable development best practices, to working to identify regional metrics for evaluating sustainable transportation practices and policies in the St ... Read More

Liza Farr

Liza has spent the last two years leading the collaborative efforts to make it easier for people to walk, bike, and ride transit in the St. Louis region. At Bi-State Development, she worked with developers, institutions, and municipalities to enhance and accelerate adoption of Transit-Oriented Development planning and projects. She ... Read More

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