Comment 43523

By realitycheck (anonymous) | Posted July 16, 2010 at 14:26:53

Ryan wrote "How the economics of an LRT line works is that the line itself catalyzes dense new infill investments along the transit-oriented development (TOD) corridor, usually ~400 m on either side, with density (and property values) getting higher as you approach each station."

I know this is a bit off-topic, but shouldn't this read that the development is usually in a 400m radius of stations along the corridor? I don't think it is the corridor itself that attracts development, but the access points along the corridor (i.e. stations).

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