Neal Payton on TOD for the Israeli Mayors Institute

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Neal Payton on TOD for the Israeli Mayors Institute founded by the Movement for Israeli Urbanism - www.miu.org.il
Safed, June 2010

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Neal Payton on TOD for the Israeli Mayors Institute

  1. 1. Transit Oriented Development:
  2. 2. Shopping Conventional Mall Office Buildings Sprawl: School Multi-family Residences Retail Single Family Residences
  3. 3. The Shopping Single Family School Neighborhood Mall Residences Model: Office / Retail Retail Makes Great Places! Multi-family Office / Retail Residences
  4. 4. What Makes a Great ‘Place?’ • A ‘Place’ is where a variety open spaces are within walking distance of home • A ‘Place’ is where civic, commercial, and residential uses leverage each other’s successes • A ‘Place’ is where both pedestrians and automobiles have appropriate circulation
  5. 5. What Makes a Great ‘Place?’ • A ‘Place’ is where all modes of transit are utilized to the greatest extent • A ‘Place’ is where the landscape is respected and enhanced • A ‘Place’ is where services are within walking distance of home
  6. 6. What Makes a Great ‘Place?’ • A ‘Place’ is where residents take ownership in their community • A ‘Place’ is where the public realm is clearly defined • A ‘Place’ is where a broad range of housing options are available • A ‘Place’ is where people of all economic levels can thrive
  7. 7. What Makes a Great ‘Place?’ A Great ‘Place’ is where all daily functions of public and private life can occur in harmony
  8. 8. The Neighborhood • Basic Building Block • Edge and Center • 400 meter Radius – 500 dunam 500 units @ 1 unit/dunam 1250 units@ 2.5 units/dunam 2500 units @ 5 units/dunam 7500 units @ 15 units/dunam • Pedestrian, Bicycle, Autos have Equal Rights • Mix - Use, Type, People, Income • Connection - Interconnected • Reproduce Vs Enlarge
  9. 9. The Corridor • Connection Boulevards Transit Rivers Parkways • Mixed-Use • Public Realm • Pedestrian
  10. 10. TOD-Transit Oriented Development MOD – Mobility Oriented Development • Elegant, Vibrant, Joyful Public Realm • Based upon the Neighborhood Unit • Great Streets
  11. 11. TOD / MOD = 1/3 Density + 1/3 Diversity + 1/3 Design Not an end in itself, but a means to an end
  12. 12. Transit Oriented Design - The Three D’s Density: Idosnycratic, Site Specific, Blended “Urban Center” “Major Urban Center” “Urban Boulevard” “Neighborhood Center”
  13. 13. Transit Oriented Design - The Three D’s Density: Idiosnycratic, Site Specific, Blended Design as tool to conceptualize the Big Picture
  14. 14. Transit Oriented Design - The Three D’s Density: Idosnycratic, Site Specific, Blended Section Georgia ave./petworth
  15. 15. Transit Oriented Design - The Three D’s Density: Idosnycratic, Site Specific, Blended
  16. 16. Great American Urban Rivers East River, New York Potomac River, Washington Chicago River, Chicago
  17. 17. LA River- Existing The Los Angeles River - Today
  18. 18. Existing Site
  19. 19. Final Scheme with MTA Garage
  20. 20. Diagrams
  21. 21. The Vision Mays Street Before
  22. 22. The Vision Mays Street After
  23. 23. Transit Oriented Design - The Three D’s Density – Diversity – Design • “Legibility” of Transit • Transit Center Design • Block Size and Grain • Character of Public Space – Streets, Plazas and Parks • Parking Location • Ground Floor vs. Upper Floor • Product Invention – Expanding Housing Choices • Scale of the Urban Form
  24. 24. Twinbrook
  25. 25. Residential Retail Office
  26. 26. The Plan
  27. 27. The Plan Civic Main Street Neighborhood Courtyard
  28. 28. 8 to 14 Stories
  29. 29. Main Street • Active Streetscape • Neighborhood Retail • Tapering Scale 4 to 6 Stories
  30. 30. The Plan Neighborhood • Residential Streets • Residential Scale • Residential Use • Residential Texture 4 to 6 Stories
  31. 31. Shirlington • Library • 400,000 sf of Retail (Old + New) Arlington, VA • Theater • 250 Rental Apartments • Plaza Fountain • 325 Condos • Harris Teeter • 750,000 sf of Office
  32. 32. Shirlington • Library • 400,000 sf of Retail (Old + New) Arlington, VA • Theater • 250 Rental Apartments • Plaza Fountain • 325 Condos • Harris Teeter • 750,000 sf of Office
  33. 33. Great Places, Great Street, Great Sidewalks

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