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RV 2014: Implementing Equitable TOD: Improving Lives by Dean Matsubayashi

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Implementing Equitable TOD: Improving Lives AICP CM 1.5
Equitable TOD is more than just development near transit. It is a strategy that envelops the vision, aspirations and interests of low-income stakeholders. Equitable TOD investment provides more housing and transportation choices, new job opportunities, better schools and increased retail. Hear success stories from nonprofit leaders in three distinct market areas who have implemented TOD directly linked to improving the lives of residents with low incomes.
Moderator: Richard Manson, Program Vice President, Local Initiatives Support Corporation, New York, New York
Dean Matsubayashi, Director of Community Economic Development, Little Tokyo Service Center, Los Angeles, California
Gail Latimore, Executive Director, Codman Square Neighborhood Development Corporation, Dorchester, Massachusetts
Rose Gray, Senior Vice President CED, APM, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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RV 2014: Implementing Equitable TOD: Improving Lives by Dean Matsubayashi

  1. 1. Implementing Equitable TOD Little Tokyo, Los Angeles
  2. 2. Helping People Building Communities Asset Management Real Estate Development Property Management Social Services Children Family Services Small Business Assistance Community Planning Engagement
  3. 3. LA RIVER MASTER PLAN UNION STATION REDEVELOP-MENT PARKER CENTER REDEVELOPMENT FUTURE BUDOKAN NEW LITTLE TOKYO / ARTS DISTRICT STATION CIVIC CENTER OLVERA STREET LIT TLE TOKYO ARTS DISTRICT HISTORIC CORE SKID ROW POTENTIAL “PARK 101” Planned Development Opportunity Sites Blue Line Regional Connector Expansion Gold Line Regional Connector Expansion Discontinued Gold Line Red Line Purple Line High Speed Rail Line (proposed) Current Metro Stop Proposed Metro Stop
  4. 4. JANUARY 17, 2014 COMMUNITY VISION
  5. 5. Culture Commerce Diversity Resilience
  6. 6. Early 1900s WWII Relocation 1970s Redevelopment 1980s Response Today’s urban renewal and gentrification History of Encroachment and Displacement
  7. 7. Expansion of Transit in Los Angeles Freeways to Light-rail
  8. 8. Resilience and Community Self-determination Moving Regional Connector Alignment
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  10. 10. DISTRICT District InfrastructureINFRASTRUCTURE RRENenEeWwAaBbLlEe EENnEeRrgGyY CCoOnNcCeEpPt T(S (SoOlaLrA PRV P)V) SOLAR PV PANELS STRONG COMMUNITY FABRIC SUSTAINABLE / “MOTTAINAI” ECONOMIC VITALITY AND BUSINESS Momentum and Sustainable Little Tokyo COMPLETE, BALANCED, HUMAN SCALE MOBILITY AND LINKAGES UNIQUE LITTLE TOKYO IDENTITY
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  12. 12. Little Tokyo Service Center 231 E Third Street G106 Los Angeles, CA 90013 t. 213.473.3030 f. 213.473.3031

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