Talking Headways Podcast: Land Value Capture and Transit

For this week’s podcast we return to the UITP Global Public Transport Summit in Montreal. This session on land value capture features Julian Ware of Transport for London, Sharon Liu of Hong Kong’s MTR, and Iain Dobson of Strategic Regional Research Associates in Toronto. Each gives their perspective on how land value capture relates to transport development.

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Dear Sen. Boxer, Please Bring Transpo System Into the 21st Century. Love, 65 CA Electeds (T4America) NJ Could Get About Half of ARC Money Back to Use for Transit and Air Quality (Star Ledger) Census Data Maps Demographics of Race, Income, Housing (NYT) Value Capture from Real Estate is Funding Hong Kong’s Transit Development (Transport […]

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