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Celebrating 5 Years Of Progress

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Bringing transit-oriented development to the nation from coast to coast

The Center for Transit-Oriented Development is celebrating its fifth year, and has published a brochure detailing our projects and partnerships and intellectual capital. Download it here to find out what we do and how our national experience might be able to leverage your efforts, with the end goal of promoting sustainability, livability and affordability. The Center for Transit-Oriented Development is a partnership of Reconnecting America, the Center for Neighborhood Technology and Strategic Economics.

 

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The Center for Transit-Oriented Development values partnerships and acts as a convener in the belief that comprehensive and lasting change requires strong working relationships with national, regional and local organizations that understand the impact of transportation and transitoriented development on their constituencies. These partnerships have expanded our reach, our audience, and our influence. Our partners include:

AARP
American Public Health Association
American Public
Transportation Association
Annie E. Casey Foundation
Apollo Alliance
Arcadia Land Institute
Arup
Atlanta Development Authority – Beltline
BART, Bay Area Rapid Transit
Brookings Institution
Calthorpe Associates
Caltrans
Center for Housing Policy
Central Corridor Funders Collaborative
Citiventure
Central Houston, Inc.
Central Maryland Transportation Alliance
City of Austin
City of Charlotte
City of Cleveland
City of Dallas
City of Los Angeles
City of Miami
City Odgen, Utah
City of Pasadena
City of Portland
City of Providence, Rhode Island
City of Seattle
City of St. Louis
City of Somerville, Maine
City of Washington, D.C.
City and County of Denver
City and County of Honolulu
Community Streetcar Coalition
Congress for the New Urbanism
DART, Dallas Area Rapid Transit
David Evans and Associates
Denver Regional Transportation District
East Bay Community Foundation
Enterprise Community Partners
Fairmount/Indigo Line Collaborative
Federal Transit Administration
Ford Foundation
Free Congress Foundation
Gold Line Construction Authority
Goody Clancy and Associates
Great Communities Collaborative
Greenbelt Alliance
Hampton Roads Transit
HDR
Holland and Knight, LLP
Jonathan Rose Companies
Living Cities
LISC
LOCUS Responsible Real Estate

Developers and Investors
Los Angeles County Metro
LTK
McKnight Foundation
Metropolitan Atlanta
Rapid Transit Authority
Metropolitan Washington
Council of Governments
Miami-Dade Transit
National Association of
City Transportation Officials
National Association of Realtors
National Housing Conference
National Housing Trust
Natural Resources Defense Council
NeighborhoodsNow
New Partners for Smart Growth
New Starts Working Group
New York City Department
of Transportation
New York State Department
of Transportation
Regional Plan Association
Parsons Brinckerhoff
PolicyLink
Portland Metro
Project for Public Spaces
Railvolution
Rockefeller Foundation
San Francisco Bay Area Metropolitan
Transportation Commission
San Francisco Foundation
Smart Growth America
Somerville Community Corporation
South Florida Regional
Transportation Authority
Southern California Association
of Governments
State of Maryland
St. Paul Community Foundation
Surdna Foundation
Surface Transportation Policy Partnership
Transform
Transit for Livable Communities
Transystems
Triangle Transit Authority
TriMet
UC-Berkeley
Urban Land Institute
URS Corp.
U.S. Department of Housing
and Urban Development
U.S. EPA
U.S. PIRG
Utah Transit Authority
Van Meter Williams Pollack