TRB's Transit Cooperative Research Program (TCRP) Legal Research Digest 36: Transit-Oriented and Joint Development: Case Studies and Legal Issues examines a combination of large, medium, and small Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) and joint development projects since 1999 and provides comprehensive case studies, with an emphasis on what made the project succeed and how legal issues relate to TODs in general.
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Table of Contents
|A. Defining TOD, TAD, and TJD||3-3|
|B. Trends Favoring TOD||4-4|
|C. Market for TOD||5-5|
|A. Planning for TOD and Joint Development||6-12|
|B. Funding TOD and Joint Development||13-15|
|C. Agency Authority to Sponsor and Invest in TOD/Joint Development Projects||16-16|
|IV. CASE LAW||17-17|
|A. Procedural Due Process||18-18|
|E. Eminent Domain||21-21|
|F. Religious Land Uses||22-22|
|A. Portland's Pearl District||23-24|
|B. Oakland's Fruitvale Transit Village||25-27|
|C. Chicago's Bethel New Life Development||28-29|
|D. Plano's Downtown Revitalization||30-32|
|E. Morristown Transit Village, New Jersey||33-33|