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... Internet searches also found several state and local government websites that contain interesting and pertinent information. The literature review revealed that there are very few traditional research documents available on the specific topic of coordinating bus transit planning and land development planning.
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... In all three of the bus TOD projects, bus transit was the obvious and most reasonable solution to existing problems; local decision makers sought out transit to alleviate a pressing problem. These situations are not typical and transit agencies generally do not enjoy such attention in the normal day-to-day operation of bus transit systems.
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... Transit agency staffs intuitively understand that bus transit adds value to a development. However, it is often the case that developers and local government officials do not understand the transit/land development relationship, or do not believe that transit can be beneficial.

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