- The Database includes 3768 existing stations and 843 proposed stations in 47 metropolitan areas, as of December 2009
- Data are available at three geographic levels; the transit zone (the 1/2 mile or 1/4 mile buffer around the individual station), the transit shed (the aggregate of transit zones), and lastly, the transit region (aligns with the Metropolitan Statistical Area boundary)
- Over 40,000 variables are derived from nationally available data sets including the 2000 Decennial Census, the Census Transportation Planning Package, and Longitudinal Employment Data
Tuesday, October 19, 2010
The National TOD Database
The National TOD Database is a project of the Center for Transit-Oriented Development. Intended as a tool for planners, developers, government officials, and academics, the Database provides economic and demographic information for every existing and proposed fixed guideway transit station in the U.S.
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