A push for transit-oriented development, but in what direction?

Feb 15th, 2012 | By | Category: General

Transit oriented development — a generation-old concept in which municipal and economic growth are linked to mass transit — is a current darling among many Connecticut constituencies.

Called T-O-D to those in the know, it’s championed by environmentalists for its carbon footprint-shrinking possibilities; economic and business interests for its work force-friendly components; transit advocates for its car-minimizing focus; planners for its integrated approach to how we live; and a host of others.

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