TTOD "Transformative Transit-Oriented Development" Talks

Presented by MassINC and the Gateway Cities Innovation Institute, the TTOD (Transformative Transit-Oriented Development, pronounced “TOD”) Talks are a series of lectures and panels designed to explore the many ways in which planning, development and local policies affect the socioeconomic and political inequities in our communities – with a special focus on the legacy cities outside of Boston known in Massachusetts as Gateway Cities.

TTOD Talks are designed to encourage regional collaboration, share ideas and best practices, and highlight the positive developments in Gateway Cities. At the same time, each TTOD Talk interrogates systemic racism and socioeconomic exclusion, and the myriad of ways they appear in and influence the day to day lives of those who live in Massachusetts and our nation.

Presented by MassINC and the Gateway Cities Innovation Institute, the TTOD (Transformative Transit-Oriented Development, pronounced “TOD”) Talks are a series of lectures and panels designed to explore the many ways in which planning, development and local policies affect the socioeconomic and political inequities in our communities – with a special focus on the legacy cities outside of Boston known in Massachusetts as Gateway Cities.

TTOD Talks are designed to encourage regional collaboration, share ideas and best practices, and highlight the positive developments in Gateway Cities. At the same time, each TTOD Talk interrogates systemic racism and socioeconomic exclusion, and the myriad of ways they appear in and influence the day to day lives of those who live in Massachusetts and our nation.