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Transit-oriented Development 

Harriman helps its clients realize the opportunities that lie within Transit-oriented Development (TOD). We help municipalities in setting land use and infrastructure policy and help them find long-term advantages in TOD, growing from the efficient use of land and a reduction in fuel use and the associated costs of an extended roadway infrastructure. We help developers and property owners find competitive advantages for locations where residents and employees save time and money by leaving their cars at home. And, we help Transit authorities see increased ridership and the ability to redevelop their land assets (or air rights) adjacent to stations which is not needed for transit operations.

The Transit-oriented Development Team

Steven G. Cecil, AIA, ASLA

Principal

Emily Keys Innes, AICP, LEED AP ND

Senior Urban Planner

Jennifer M. Siciliano, AICP

Senior Urban Planner

Alison LeFlore, AICP

Senior Urban Planner

Windsor Transit Oriented Development Plan

Windsor Transit Oriented Development Plan

Harriman led a multidisciplinary team to develop a transit oriented development plan and public engagement program to plan for future … Read More

Enfield Zoning for Transit Oriented Development

Enfield Zoning for Transit Oriented Development

Located on the Connecticut River, the historic village center of Thompsonville is easily accessible from I-91 in Enfield. Helping to … Read More

Boston Fairmount Indigo Corridor Plan

Boston Fairmount Indigo Corridor Plan

Today people are expecting more from their neighborhood. The places people choose to live must provide opportunity, connection, walkability, recreation, … Read More

Station Area Plan for Upham’s Corner

Station Area Plan for Upham’s Corner

As part of the Fairmount Indigo Planning Initiative,  Harriman performed neighborhood planning services to create a transit oriented Station Area … Read More

Design Guidelines for University Station Development

Design Guidelines for University Station Development

Harriman prepared detailed design guidelines for the mixed-use, transit-oriented development at University Station, previously named Westwood Station. The design guidelines … Read More

Stratford Transit Centered Development

Stratford Transit Centered Development

The Town of Stratford enjoys a convenient location along the major commuter rail network serving southwestern Connecticut and the metropolitan … Read More

Framingham Downtown Study

Framingham Downtown Study

The Framingham Downtown Study was a multi-disciplinary project, which studied the  transportation, urban design and economic development implications of traffic … Read More

Albany Transit-Oriented Development Master Plan

Albany Transit-Oriented Development Master Plan

Harriman led a multidisciplinary team to establish the redevelopment framework around a series of existing and planned transit nodes in … Read More

Clinton Transit Oriented Development Plan

Clinton Transit Oriented Development Plan

Harriman worked with the Town of Clinton to study an area directly adjacent to a rail station and near the … Read More