FDOT TOD Workshop

APA Florida, Capital Area Section


Friday, May 18, 2012
9 a.m. - 4 p.m. EDT

Tallahassee, FL, United States

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What is Transit Oriented Development (TOD)? How do we plan for it in the Florida context? What are the key considerations at the system, corridor, station area and site scales? Explore these questions and more at a day-long, interactive workshop focused on planning and implementation of TOD in Florida. This workshop will pull from the “Framework for Transit Oriented Development” guidance document developed by the FDOT (www.fltod.com) in Spring 2011. The workshop is geared towards mid-level professionals and above. It is designed to increase awareness through case studies on the role of TOD in creating vibrant, urban areas.

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Shilpa Mehta

Confirmed Speaker

Shilpa Mehta, AICP, holds graduate degrees in Architecture and City Planning with a focus on city design and development. As a planner and urban designer, she effectively bridges various areas of practice and works on a diverse range of projects that integrate transit, land use planning and urban design. Prior ... Read More

Chris Sinclair

Confirmed Speaker

Chris Sinclair, AICP, has over 25 years of experience in transportation and land use planning. He possesses significant subject matter expertise and is a qualified instructor. Currently Chris is teaching a course on TOD on behalf of FTA's National Traning Institute and previously he has developed and taught courses ... Read More