Published in Railway Age: Transit-Oriented Development, Philadelphia Style

October 28, 2019

The city’s compact, walkable character makes it a prime candidate for TOD

By Evan Wilbert

 

Philadelphia is experiencing a desire to promote a denser form of redevelopment at existing transportation hubs. To improve on existing TOD, Philadelphia needs to continue to bolster opportunities for alternative transportation by increasing the walkability and bike-ability of the city, implementing more pedestrian safety improvements, and bringing more complete street ideals into the fabric of the city.

Read the article in Railway Age.


About the Author

Evan Wilbert is a Civil Engineer in our Philidelphia office with experience in the development of stormwater management programs and application of stormwater management best management practices in various types of urban and suburban settings.

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