The Path to Trail Oriented Development
Infrastructure is a key driver of real estate investment and development and typically calls to mind interstate highways, roads, and bridges. More recently, infrastructure centered around transit stops or rail stations has been in high demand across the country. This transit-oriented development (TOD) is characterized by compact, mixed-use, residential, and commercial development.
Today, in pursuit of even more walkable, livable communities, bike lanes, greenways, and other forms of active transportation infrastructure are helping spur a new generation of TOD – “trail-oriented development.”
“This trend reflects the desire of people around the world to live in places where driving an automobile is just one of a number of safe, convenient, and affordable transportation options.” – Active Transportation in Real Estate: The Next Frontier*
Join us on September 27 as we hear from experts around the Midwest – planners, developers and public sector professionals – who are building the trails and building around the trails to meet this growing demand.
Deputy Director of Planning, City of Detroit – Detroit, MI
Director of Development, Milhaus – Indianapolis, IN
Director of Marketing & Planning, Madison County Transit – Edwardsville, IL
Mark Vogl, Moderator
Project Manager, Planning, Great Rivers Greenway – St. Louis, MO
Date & Time
Thursday, September 27
7:30-8:00 am – Coffee Reception
8:00-9:00 am – Program
William A Kerr Foundation
21 O’Fallon Street, 63102
The WAK Foundation building is on the north riverfront, adjacent to the Mississippi Greenway and surrounded by buildings and vacant lots prime for Trail Oriented Development.
ULI Members: $35 (Public/Nonprofit/YLG: $25; Students:$15)
General Public: $50 (Public/Nonprofit/Under 35/Students: $40)
Sponsors: email email@example.com to use complimentary tickets.
* Urban Land Institute: Active Transportation and Real Estate: The Next Frontier. Washington, D.C.: the Urban Land Institute, 2016.