Policy Forum Series: Haigh - Transit-Oriented Development-an Investment in Our Future
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Policy Forum Series: Haigh - Transit-Oriented Development-an Investment in Our Future Presentation Transcript

  • 1. TRANSIT-ORIENTED DEVELOPMENT: AN INVESTMENT IN OUR FUTUREEnvironmental Initiative – Policy Forum Series
  • 2. Involving more businesses in TOD•  Change our language –  Less jargon –  Outcome focused –  Profit opportunity•  Simplify –  One-stop shopping –  Available data –  Future plans
  • 3. TOD is about Choices
  • 4. Excelsior & Grand
  • 5. Excelsior & Grand
  • 6. Midtown Exchange
  • 7. Transportation Alternatives
  • 8. Demographics – Population by Age Seniors – 20% (2040) Seniors Doubled by 2030 More 65+ than <15 Seniors – 11% (2010) 770,000 665,000 461,000 307,000 Ages 65+ 1,754,000 Ages 1,644,000 1,668,000 1,579,000 25-64 Ages 515,000 15-24 384,000 441,000 475,000 Ages 0-14 581,000 598,000 639,000 704,000 2010 2020 2030 2040
  • 9. Connections to Consumers
  • 10. Connections to Employees
  • 11. Economy Courtesy: New York Times
  • 12. Expense
  • 13. Environment
  • 14. Resources•  Livable Communities Fund –  Mixed use development –  Affordable housing –  Brownfield cleanup•  TOD Fund –  Economic development along transit corridors where there is, or will be, transit infrastructure and high-frequency transit service.
  • 15. Development Transportation
  • 16. Thriving, Competitive Twin Cities Metropolitan Area