9: Implement the Vision

Stakeholders involved in your visioning effort should include those most able to implement it. In Envisioning for TOD efforts, implementing stakeholders may include policymakers, developers, and nonprofits working in the area, as well as those involved in regional initiatives that impact local communities (i.e. transportation systems, economic development planning, etc.). In this step, stakeholders work together to develop a viable implementation framework and act on it.

Key tasks

Develop an implementation framework or action plan, identifying immediate, shorter, and longer term tactics for various stakeholders to implement vision principles and meet objectives.

Key questions

How can you improve community/site readiness?

Implementing Centers

How can you improve policy readiness?

Are there policy barriers (i.e. suburban parking requirements) that can be removed? Are there alternative coding options (i.e. form-based code) that would streamline development processes?

Regional Form-Based Code Template

What public investment (i.e. capital improvements)/public-private partnership options are possible?

Are interim or catalyst projects possible?

pdfInfrastructure Financing Options for Transit-Oriented Development

ET+ Return on Investment Advanced Financial Tab

Circle back. Coordinate back out to neighboring cities and regional/state agencies about your local vision, enabling local planning to influence regional/state-level work (i.e. the Regional Transportation Plan, plans created by the Governor's Office of Economic Development).

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