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Trans-Formation: Recreating Transit-Oriented Neighborhood Centers in Washington, DC
A Design Handbook for Neighborhood Residents
Office of Planning, September 2002 

Trans-Formation Section* Pages
Title, Letters, Vision, Prologue, Table of Contents i - v
Introduction 1 - 6
Historic Background 7 - 8
Principal Stakeholders 9 - 10
Issues and Opportunities 11 - 14
Designing a Transit-Oriented Neighborhood 15 - 18
Principle One: Orientation and Connectivity 19 - 24
Principle Two: Quality Public Realm and Amenities 25 - 28
Principle Three: Pedestrian Friendly, Safe Environment 29 - 32
Principle Four: Attractive Architecture and Design 33 - 36
Principle Five: Mix of Uses 37 - 40
Principle Six: Creative Parking Management 41 - 44
Implementing TOD in DC 45 - 50
Design Principle Summary 51 - 53
Appendices: TOD Checklist and Bibliography 54 - 55


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