Transit Oriented Development: Imagining the Possible

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May 3, 2012 / By / Post a Comment

Today, the American Public Transportation Association shared with us an article on Transit Oriented Development in the Wall Street Journal. While this article is based on a development in New Jersey, we do not have to look far in North Texas for similar examples and the promise of even more mixed use developments along transit corridors. Huffines Communities Hebron 121 Station was one of the first examples to develop adjacent to DCTA‘s A-train line near its Hebron Station. The downtowns in both Denton and Lewisville are seeing more and more residential development within walking distance of the train stations. Victoria Station in Denton just opened a few weeks ago. And both cities have established Transit Oriented Development Master Plans which lay the ground work for more exciting projects.  DCTA is committed to working with our cities and private developers to make TOD projects not only occur but succeed.

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