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RV 2014: Stimulate Investment Using Publicly Owned Property by Jared Lombard, AICP

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Stimulate Investment Using Publicly Owned Property

How do you implement successful TOD on publicly owned parcels? Hear how three cities -- Boston, Seattle and Atlanta -- are doing it. From hundred-year-old systems in Boston to new light rail extensions in downtown Seattle, these cities are grappling with opportunities and hurdles. How do they ensure equitable development that serves people who live and work in these station areas? How are they maximizing publicly owned land to create the successful station areas of tomorrow? Three different scenarios. Countless strategies.

Moderator: Eric Halvorsen, Assistant Director of Transportation, Metropolitan Area Planning Council, Boston, Massachusetts
Ryan Curren, Program Manager, City of Seattle, Washington
Francis X. DeCoste Jr., Chief Operating Officer, TR Advisors LLC, Boston, Massachusetts
Jared Lombard, AICP, Principal Planner, Atlanta Regional Council, Atlanta, Georgia
Sarah Lovell, Senior TOD Analyst, Sound Transit, Seattle, Washington

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RV 2014: Stimulate Investment Using Publicly Owned Property by Jared Lombard, AICP

  1. 1. Text Metro Atlanta TOD Investment Jared Lombard AICP Atlanta Regional Commission
  2. 2. The Atlanta Regional Commission • Regional Commission • Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) • Metro North Georgia Water Planning District (MNGWPD) • 7 County Workforce Board • Area Agency on Aging (AAA)
  3. 3. The MARTA System Atlanta's and the Southeast United States' largest public transit system •Bus service since 1972 •Rail service since 1979 •91 bus routes •38 rail stations •Over 48 miles of track •Over 450,000 average weekday boardings
  4. 4. ARC’s Role in TOD • Planning • Data and Research • Gap Funding • Convener of Stakeholders
  5. 5. 58,390 Undersupplied TOD Households
  6. 6. Edgewood Station
  7. 7. Text Avondale Station
  8. 8. Avondale Station LCI Awarded in 2002 Transportation Award for Parking Deck and Streetscape in 2003 Funds De-Authorized in 2009 City of Decatur and MARTA executed a IGA in 2013/2014 RFP and Developer Selected in 2014
  9. 9. Text Station Enhancements
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  11. 11. Text Metro Atlanta TOD Investment Jared Lombard AICP Atlanta Regional Commission

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