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TOD and Station Access 119 Exhibit 11-4. Commuter rail TOD (Kent, Washington). Source: Kittelson & Associates, Inc. At the other end of the TOD spectrum is the expansion and intensification of the city center and its environs. In these cases, pedestrian circulation and transit access should be encouraged. Parking, where provided, should be limited to short-term users. TOD--Where Does It Work? TOD works best where there is a strong market and good transit agency and community support. It is generally viable where there is proximate medium to high residential development or where developable land is available (see Exhibit 11-6), and the TOD serves to integrate the community with the nearby rapid transit station. Exhibit 11-5. Example of pedestrian-friendly mixed-use TOD (Fruitvale BART Station, Oakland). Source: Kittelson & Associates, Inc.