Miami TOD Guidelines
Miami, Florida

Project Type: Transit Oriented Development
Project Status: Ongoing
Site Area: 1,500 acres
Team: PlusUrbia Design + Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council
Client: City of Miami & South Florida Regional Transportation Authority (SFRTA)


Transit Oriented Development: Downtown + Midtown + 79th Street

PlusUrbia created a typology report for future Transit Oriented Development (TOD) in three key locations in the City of Miami. The work for the Downtown, Midtown and 79th Street stations will have an impact in how communities in the future will be connected by mass transit to major regional job, cultural and activity centers.


The TOD guidelines will assist the City in improving conditions around the planned stations by promoting dense, walkable, mixed-use, compact development. They will contribute to future mobility by connecting communities to all major regional job, cultural and activity centers. Vibrant, 24-hour communities will be anchored by commuter rail that will connect to all major regional job, cultural and activity centers.


PlusUrbia was selected for its clear and innovative planning guidelines, outreach and understanding of transportation corridors.


The studio partnered with the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council to create the report delivered to the City of Miami and the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority who funded the guidelines.


To access the full report, click here.




Miami TOD Guidelines
Miami, Florida
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Miami TOD Guidelines
Miami, Florida

Project Type: Transit Oriented Development
Project Status: Ongoing
Site Area: 1,500 acres
Team: PlusUrbia Design + Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council
Client: City of Miami & South Florida Regional Transportation Authority (SFRTA)


Transit Oriented Development: Downtown + Midtown + 79th Street

PlusUrbia created a typology report for future Transit Oriented Development (TOD) in three key locations in the City of Miami. The work for the Downtown, Midtown and 79th Street stations will have an impact in how communities in the future will be connected by mass transit to major regional job, cultural and activity centers.


The TOD guidelines will assist the City in improving conditions around the planned stations by promoting dense, walkable, mixed-use, compact development. They will contribute to future mobility by connecting communities to all major regional job, cultural and activity centers. Vibrant, 24-hour communities will be anchored by commuter rail that will connect to all major regional job, cultural and activity centers.


PlusUrbia was selected for its clear and innovative planning guidelines, outreach and understanding of transportation corridors.


The studio partnered with the Treasure Coast Regional Planning Council to create the report delivered to the City of Miami and the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority who funded the guidelines.


To access the full report, click here.