Great communities don't just focus on moving cars, but focus on moving people. People are the bedrock of any community, and they should have the strongest voice in the development of their neighborhoods, region, and state. Simply put, transportation should serve people.
Thoughtful development values each neighborhood's unique sense of community and place while striving to create walkable, bicycle-friendly and transit-oriented communities that include schools, complete streets, and mixed-use development.
Center for Transit-Oriented Development (CTOD). Transit for Livable Communities serves on a CTOD subcommittee working to promote walkable, transit-oriented places in the Twin Cities. Learn more.
Regional Transportation Decision Making. Transportation policymakers need to better understand and track how transportation investments affect broader goals. TLC's Transportation Performance in the Twin Cities Report explores current transportation planning practices and suggets new transportation performance indicators. Learn more.