Anthony De Yurre moderates a panel on transit-oriented development (TOD) at CREW-Miami's February luncheon. The discussion explores the challenges and solutions transit TOD poses, the potential of P3 investments for improving mass transit connectivity, legal hurdles these projects face, and how TOD will affect Miami's future.
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