Thesis topic: Exploring the relationship between TOD and transit modal choice.
Since these photo tours are all scattershot in different posts throughout this blog, this will serve to consolidate all of them into one resource. The goal of all of these photo tours is to visualize deeper perspective on the physical environments that envelop these transit systems.
These cities are not Portland or Seattle. They are also not NYC or LA. These are the cities that lead the way in showing how transit can transform the typical American city.
DALLAS – DART Photo Tour
DENTON COUNTY – A-Train Photo Tour
KANSAS CITY – KC Streetcar Spoiler Post – KC Streetcar Photo Tour
The streetcar route as it cuts through the Power + Light District
TWIN CITIES – Original Metro TOD Photo Tour – Recovered Photos
Looking toward the IBS Tower from the Nicollet Mall
Typical LRT station on the Central Corridor
Transit mall in the heart of UMN
Riders get off at Lake Street
CLEVELAND – Photo Tour of the Slow-but-Steady Rapid
Train entering Shaker Square – the actual station has an iconic diner
Platform at Euclid/East 120th
Red Line train travels past Little Italy
Red Line train
The Waterfront Line in front of the new Aloft Hotel
DETROIT – The Coolest Transit Project in America: M-1 Rail
M1 Rail wraps around the bend in Woodward and continues down to Lerner
The Red Wings will be surrounded by a massive mixed-use district
Clifford and Woodward
This stretch of Woodward is becoming downtown’s retail hub
WASHINGTON – Bikes the New News – WMATA TOD Tour