Join TMACC for their signature Spring Breakfast focused on the future of Transit-Oriented Developments. Transit Oriented Development is the exciting fast growing trend in creating vibrant, livable, sustainable communities. Also known as TOD, it's the creation of compact, walkable, pedestrian-oriented, mixed-use communities centered around high quality train systems. This makes it possible to live a lower-stress life without complete dependence on a car for mobility and survival.
How in a mixed environment of rural, suburban and urban communities like Chester County does one accomplish this new style of living? In TMACC's upcoming signature event, a group of experienced developers and planners are coming together to help answer this question and give community leaders the knowledge to make their towns a better environment for alternative travel.
Speakers currently featured are Mark Evans, Principle of Urban Design at Barton Partners who will discuss how transit oriented developments are created and Neal Fisher of Hankin Group who is responsible for their Downingtown Transit Oriented Project.