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Transit Oriented Development Implementation Forum

Date: 1/27/15 - 1/27/15

SANDAG is preparing a Regional Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Strategy as part of San Diego Forward: The Regional Plan to create and enhance communities and employment centers near transit.

Come join national experts and local leaders for an engaging and informative discussion on lessons learned from other cities, and opportunities for TOD implementation in the San Diego region.

Tuesday, January 27, 2015: 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Wednesday, January 28, 2015: 8:30 a.m. – 12 noon

Jacobs Center
404 Euclid Ave
San Diego, CA 92114



Draft White Papers

Connections: Access Enhancements, Mobility Management and Travel Options
Housing Choices and Affordability
Financing Infrastructure and Community Facilities
CEQA Streamlining and Travel Forecasting
Readiness Criteria: Metrics for Transit-Oriented Districts

This event is free and will take place on Tuesday, January 27 (all day) and Wednesday, January 28 (half day) at the Jacobs Center, 404 Euclid, San Diego, 92114. The event location is adjacent to the San Diego Trolley (Euclid and Market Station on the Orange Line). Free parking also is available.

The SANDAG Regional TOD Strategy will identify how residential and commercial development projects can help meet the region’s projected population and employment growth. It will provide a broader look at the SANDAG Smart Growth Concept Map and place type definitions and offer a set of implementation actions to realize the vision of healthier, sustainable communities. The Regional TOD Strategy is one of six commitments made by the SANDAG Board of Directors as part of the adoption of the 2050 RTP/SCS in 2011.

Your participation in the Transit Oriented Development Implementation Forum will inform the development of the Regional TOD Strategy by identifying barriers to TOD, discussing potential solutions, and providing input on how SANDAG and local governments can work with the private sector to facilitate implementation of development projects.

For additional information contact Susan Baldwin at (619) 699-1943 or

Si desea obtener información en español por favor comuníquese con Paula Zamudio al (619) 595-5610 o