Thanks to all your support, my newest book (with co-author Luca Bertolini) has already been downloaded 500 times as of this week! I appreciate the support and really hope some of the strategies, especially on equitable TOD, make it out there into planning research and practice. Luca always intended the iTOD research to catalyze new practices supporting TOD implementation. Still, I’m amazed and grateful at the success of this book, which summarizes our study of international case studies in TOD and adds new material, including a whole chapter on eTOD strategies.
Here’s the Palgrave MacMillan website: Transit-Oriented Development: Learning from International Case Studies