TOD and Social Equity

TOD and Social Equity: An Agenda for Research and Action 

A CONFERENCE SPONSORED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA TRANSPORTATION CENTER AND THE CENTER FOR COMMUNITY INNOVATION AT THE UC BERKELEY INSTITUTE FOR URBAN AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT

June 1, 2010
David Brower Center
Berkeley, California

Welcome: TOD and social equity, an overview
Associate Professor Karen Chapple, City & Regional Planning, UC-Berkeley

Transit and Equity
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Scott Bernstein, President, Center for Neighborhood Technology | Download PDF (7.7 MB)

Regional perspectives on TOD and social equity
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Panel Moderator: Heather Hood, The San Francisco Foundation
Prof. Robert Cervero, Director, University of California Transportation Center | Download PDF (3.52 MB)
Dena Belzer, Principal, Strategic Economics | Download PDF (2.15 MB)
Michael Bodaken, President, National Housing Trust | Download PDF (1 MB)
Jeff Hobson, Deputy Director, TransForm | Download PDF (1 MB)

The Politics of TOD
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Panel Moderator: Sarah Treuhaft, PolicyLink
Denny Zane, Executive Director, Move LA | Download PDF (700 KB)
Michael Woo, Los Angeles City Planning Commission and Dean, CSU-Pomona | Download PDF (2.26 MB)
Jeanne Dubois, Executive Director, Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation |Download PDF (4.7 MB)
Prof. Rolf Pendall, Dept. of City & Regional Planning, Cornell University | Download PDF (900 KB)

Equity issues in TOD implementation
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Panel Moderator: Abby Thorne-Lyman, Reconnecting America, Moderator
 Ismael Guerrero, Executive Director, Denver Public Housing Authority | Download PDF (4 MB)
Jonathan Sage-Martinson, Coordinator, Central Corridor Funders Collaborative | Download PDF (1.5 MB)
Scott Kirkpatrick, Program Manager, Sound Transit | Download PDF (2 MB)
Doug Johnson, Senior Planner, Metropolitan Transportation Commission | Download PDF (1.7 MB)

Summing It Up: Directions for Future Research and Policy
Assistant Professor Dan Chatman, City & Regional Planning, UC-Berkeley | Download PDF (1.7 MB)