CRANDALL ARAMBULA TRANSIT ACADEMY
The ability to generate high levels of transit ridership should be the ultimate priority in selecting a transit system.
Each transit system has distinct elements and operational characteristics that make it appropriate for its specific use and context. Not all transit systems are well suited for TOD. For a system to be TOD supportive, it must offer frequent and reliable service and have a sense of permanence. This permanence—typically determined by the quantity of fixed infrastructure—provides developers with the confidence needed to invest in the area.