Transit Oriented Development Council Leader

Transit Oriented Development Council Leader

What

The role of the Transit-Oriented Development Council (TODC) is to educate and promote best practices for high-quality development in and around transit. With a rapidly growing world population and more than 50% of the earth’s inhabitants living in our cities and straining our infrastructure and quality-of-life, “smart growth” is no longer a good idea, it is an imperative.

Transit-oriented development directly advances the Urban Land Institute’s core missions of urbanization, conservation, regeneration, smart land use and sustainable development. TOD creates walkable development (urban and suburban) in our cities and towns by connecting residential, retail, office and institutional developments with public amenities and high capacity transit to reduce significantly or eliminate the need for automobiles.

The TODC Council leadership may be seen here.

View current members of the Transit-Oriented Development Council. See recent agendas from TODC meetings.

How

Full Members of ULI are encouraged to apply for this opportunity. Associate Members may apply and are required to upgrade to Full Membership if they are selected. Please include a personal statement explaining why you are interested in serving on this council, what you have to offer to the council, and your qualifications in the form below. You may include the name of a Product Council member who can serve as a reference.

Why

Product Council members establish lifelong connections, develop their leadership profile, and gain valuable insights to apply to their businesses.

Eligibility Score

Space is highly limited for this opportunity with preference given to senior-level members.

Financial Commitment
Yes
Travel Required
Yes

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