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Transit Oriented Communities Design Guidelines

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TransLink's TOD design guidelines.
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    Transit-Oriented Communities Design Guidelines Creating more livable places around transit in Metro Vancouver  Cover image The inclusion of a wide variety of ground-level retail and service uses – such as grocery stores, shops, and restaurants – in Burnaby Heights has created a more pedestrian-scale, livable, and complete community around frequent transit. Burnaby Heights, Burnaby, BC. Version 1.0Copyright © July 2012, TransLink. All rights reserved.  Enquiries pertaining to this document can be directed to:TransLink Strategic Planning and Policy:1600 - 4720 Kingsway, Burnaby, BC V5H 4N2t. 604-453-4500 translink.ca Transit-Oriented Communities Design Guidelines Creating more livable places around transit in Metro Vancouver
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