Session 4F: Transit-Oriented Developments

21 October 2018
3:45 PM – 5:15 PM

Space-starved cities are increasingly looking toward transit-oriented development (TOD) to relieve issues of housing scarcity, a neglected public realm, and punishingly long, polluting commutes. In many high-demand metropolises, the most viable remaining space is in the “air” over rail and other infrastructure that once would have been considered impractical or too expensive. From New York to Toronto and San Francisco, hear the stories from the front lines of some of the largest and most progressive TODs underway today.

Session Chair: John Jacobs
COO, Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat, Chicago
Ivar Krasinski
Founding Partner, Design Director, EDGE, Dubai
Jeffrey Callow
Principal, Thornton Tomasetti, New York City
Barry Charnish
Principal, Entuitive, Toronto

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