TOD Housing 101 - Enterprise Community Partners

Report
Welcome
Add Your Thoughts:
1. What do you love about your
neighborhood?
2. What would you most want to
change about your neighborhood?
3. What is your big
neighborhood?
dream for your
TOD Introduction and Overview
TOD University (2013)
TOD University Overview
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TOD 101
Housing 101
Housing 201: Preservation
Housing 202: Building New Affordable
Homes
• Economic Development 101
• Complete Streets 101
• Planning 101
Let’s Recap
Add Your Thoughts:
1. What do you love about your
neighborhood?
2. What would you most want to
change about your neighborhood?
3. What is your big
neighborhood?
dream for your
Pop Quiz!
Which city has
the highest bus
ridership?
a) Chicago
b) San Francisco
c) Los Angeles
Pop Quiz!
Which city has
the highest bus
ridership?
a) Chicago:
306 million/year
b) San Francisco:
91 million/year
c) Los Angeles:
365 million/year or
1 million a day
Our
Transit
System
• Local Bus
• Rapid Bus
• Bus Rapid
Transit (BRT)
• Light Rail
• Subway
Less
Frequent
Service
Average/b
elow
average
Transit
service
High
Quality
Service
Really
frequent
transit
service
More
transit is
coming
More light rail.
More stations.
More quickly.
What’s the Big Deal About Rail?
• $1.7 billion in
investment
• Lines can’t be moved
= Permanent
• Not stuck in traffic
• A big city & county
wide focus
Transit Oriented Districts Are….
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Transit Oriented Districts Are….
Neighborhoods
with
transportation
choices.
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• Safe, comfortable
streets
• Bike lanes
• Predictable buses
• Get you where
you want to go
Transit Oriented Districts Are….
Where you can get
what you need,
when you need it.
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• Groceries
• Good Childcare &
Schools
• Laundry
• Parks
Transit Oriented Districts Are….
Easy access to
many job
opportunities.
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• Frequent bus and
rail
• Predictable
service
• Times that work
for your commute
What Neighborhoods are “TOD” to You?
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I’m a TOD: Koreatown
• 40% walk, bike, or take
transit to work
• WalkScore of 90 / 100
• Vibrant street life with
small businesses,
restaurants, daily needs
• Residents of different
incomes, ethnicities
• Opportunities to walk
more, be healthier
I’m a TOD: Koreatown
• 20% increase
in income
since 2000
• 9x increase in
property
values
• A lot of new
housing is not
affordable
I’m a TOD: Boyle Heights
• Easy to walk to shopping, schools, etc.
• Convenient bus routes and light rail –
1/3 take transit, walk, or bike to work
• Not very much new development, but
neighborhoods offer benefits of TOD
I’m a TOD: Boyle Heights
• Low income renters and small businesses
may not be able to afford to stay
• Freeways a major barrier to getting
around
How Could It Work?
Which do you prefer?
What do you like here?
What don’t you like?
Taking a Closer Look
Step 1: New Development
Step 2: Think About Pedestrians
and Bicyclists
Step 3: Make the Community Vibrant
Step 4: Make the Community Affordable
Ensure new and existing development includes
housing affordable to our neighbors…
…So these changes benefit our community.
Step 1: New Development
Who?
LA City Planning Department
How?
1. Community Plan Update
2. Station Area Plan
3. Building Permit Applications
Step 2: Think About Pedestrians
and Bicyclists
Who?
LA City Department of Transportation
LA City Planning Department
How?
1. Community Plan Update
2. Station Area Plan
3. Mobility Element
4. Capital Improvement Plan
5. Bike Plan (completed)
Step 3: Make the Community Vibrant
Who?
Community-Based Organizations
Businesses
Developers
You!
How?
1. Business Improvement District (BID)
2. Station Area Plan
Step 4: Make the Community Affordable
Who? Community-Based Organizations
Ensure new and existing development includes
housing affordable to our neighbors…
Property Owners / Developers
City Housing Department
City Planning Department
How?1. New Affordable Housing
…So these changes benefit our community.
2. Rent Stabilization Ordinance
3. Code Enforcement
Hold the Vision!
Building
Permit
Application
My TOD Vision
Capital
Improvement Plan
Community
Plan
Thank you
TOD 101
TOD University
(2013)
Photo Credits
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Pages 2, 16: Beth Steckler
Page 5, 6: Top to bottom: Flickr: jochemberends; Flickr: Ping Ping;
Flickr: Metro Transportation Library and Archives
Pages 7, 9: Reconnecting America
Page 8: “Preservation in Transit-Oriented Districts: A Study on the
Needs, Priorities and Tools in Protecting Assisted and Unassisted
Housing in the City of Los Angeles,” Los Angeles Housing Department,
2012; Reconnecting America, 2012.
Pages 10-13: stock photos
Page 14: Abby Thorne-Lyman
Page 15: Amanda Gehrke, Strategic Economics
Page 16:Beth Steckler, Flickr: LA Wad
Page 17: Flickr: SalinaCazinales (L, M); Beth Steckler (R)
Page 18:Flickr: Fliegender
Pages 19-30: Courtesy of Urban Advantage

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