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Transit Oriented Development in the New York Metropolitan Region

1:06 PM EDT on October 3, 2006

Forum panelists will discuss Transit Oriented Development (TOD) – what it is, specific initiatives in progress or completed, and the benefits and obstacles to its implementation.

Featuring Panelists:

Eric Alexander, Vision Long Island
Vivian Baker, NJ Transit
Joseph Chan, MTA
Randall Fleischer, MTA Metro-North Railroad
Larry Gould, MTA NYC Transit
Robert Lane, Regional Plan Association
Elisa Picca, MTA Long Island Rail Road
Ellyn Shannon, Permanent Citizens Advisory Committee to the MTA

Sponsored by: NYU Wagner Rudin Center for Transportation & Policy Management and the Permanent Citizens Advisory Committee to the MTA.

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