Priority Development Areas (PDAs) are places near public transit that are planned for new homes, jobs and community amenities. Since they are located in places with existing transit infrastructure, they make the most of public investments and limit development impacts on communities and the environment.
This July 27, 2016 Planning Innovations forum featured an interactive analysis of a case study in North San Jose, led by a panel of technical experts who discussed options for funding transportation and utility improvements. Learn about financing tools and strategies and how to assess which are most applicable to addressing your infrastructure needs.
This slide deck includes the forum agenda, an overview of regional infrastructure financing and a case study from North San Jose. In addition, the presentation offers opportunities to learn about financing tools and strategies and how to assess which are most applicable to addressing your infrastructure needs.
This whitepaper prepared for the Metropolitan Transportation Commission by Economic & Planning Systems, Inc., provides guidelines and resources for local jurisdictions pursuing development of their “infill development” areas. Specifically, these guidelines and resources address funding sources and financing techniques necessary to pay for urban infrastructure that supports infill development.