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At the 2009 Rail~Volution conference in Boston, Kim Delaney, Growth Management Coordinator for the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council in Florida, mentioned what she called the evil twin brother of transit-oriented development: transit-adjacent development, which she said is not pedestrian-friendly. It's merely something built next to the station, not something integrated with the station in a community. That sounds like some of the so-called transit-oriented development mentioned above.

by Steve Dunham on Jan 15, 2013 11:26 am • linkreport

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