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Successful transit oriented development (TOD) is attractive, walkable, and sustainable and allows Denver residents to have fair housing, ample transportation choices and the ability to live convenient, affordable, enjoyable lives.
Denver is taking a system-wide approach to implement not just TOD, but also transit communities for all of Denver’s residents. The TOD Strategic Plan, “Transit Oriented Denver,” (PDF) provides a foundation to guide public and private investment at rail stations through:
View Transit Oriented Denver (PDF) or the executive summary (PDF)
Learn how the plan outlines the city’s approach to implement transit-oriented development over the next six years.
Denver’s Station Typology classifies each station area into one of five context types based on characteristics commonly found in places served by rail transit. In addition, some stations receive a functional overlay designation that establishes a key functional aspect to the station area context and their associated expectations.
Learn how the project team developed a methodology to evaluate transit-oriented development readiness which helped categorize stations into three logical groupings with similar challenges and opportunities.
View the map of the full Transit-oriented Development system and their associated station areas & transit corridors.
Read about the various transit-oriented development programs and related news.
Contact us for more information about transit-oriented Development, including information on the strategic plan, station area planning, and media inquiries.