Published in Railway Age: Innovation From a ‘P2’ System

June 10, 2019

How is the West Coast different when it comes to Transit-Oriented Development?

 

TOD, which incentivizes both transit and real estate development, is different in California compared with New York or Boston. Our San Francisco- and Los Angeles-based architects Arturo Vasquez and Patrick M. McKelvey dig into what multimodal communities look like as part of Railway Age’s Transit-Oriented Development series.

Read Arturo and Patrick’s story in Railway Age.

 

The LA Metro El Monte Station, a catalyst for TOD, encompasses 350,000 square feet with bike, hub, retail and ticketing offices, and is LEED NC Gold-certified.

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