Joint development is real estate development that occurs on transit agency property or through some other type of development transaction to which the transit agency is a party.
The TRB Transit Cooperative Research Program's TCRP Research Report 224: Guide to Joint Development for Public Transportation Agencies is designed to expand the successful use of joint development in North American transit systems—in the volume and variety of projects undertaken, the diversity of transit agencies participating, and the quality of outcomes achieved.
Supplemental to the report is TCRP Web-Only Document 73:Guide to Joint Development for Public Transportation Agencies: Appendices, the Executive Summary, and a long version presentation and a short version presentation of "Guide to Joint Development for Public Transportation Agencies."
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1 - Introduction||25-38|
|Chapter 2 - Creating a Joint Development Program||39-52|
|Chapter 3 - Planning a Joint Development Project||53-73|
|Chapter 4 - Choosing a Developer||74-84|
|Chapter 5 - Executing a Joint Development Project||85-102|
|Chapter 6 - Joint Development and FTA||103-114|
|Chapter 7 - Economics of Joint Development||115-136|
|Chapter 8 - Joint Development Horizon||137-158|
|Chapter 9 - Conclusion||159-165|
|Glossary of Terms||166-180|
|Summary of Appendices||182-186|
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