TOD Developer Tools and Resources
Development opportunity sites on Metropolitan Council land
The TOD Office helps to implement the Metropolitan Council's TOD Policy by arranging and facilitating development opportunities on land owned by the Metropolitan Council. The TOD Office completed a development site prioritization process on all properties owned by the Metropolitan Council located within a half-mile of transitways. Through the application of the four Metropolitan Council TOD Policy Goals and coordination with cities and counties along the transitways, top priority sites were identified.
> List of TOD Priority Sites
> Map of TOD Priority Sites
> Aerial images of TOD Priority Sites
Additionally, the TOD Office welcomes all development inquiries and proposals on all sites not identified as high-priority, including locations along the future METRO Blue Line and Green Line Extensions, as well as other Metropolitan Council property.
Developer’s Guide to Transit Oriented Development
The TOD Office created a Developer’s Guide to Transit Oriented Development (TOD). This Guide is designed to support developers pursuing opportunities for TOD, as well as aid in the planning of high quality projects. Save time and money while creating a valuable, profitable TOD by reviewing this Guide.
> Download the Developer’s Guide to TOD
Publicly-owned land along transitways
Learn more about development opportunities by clicking below on the interactive ArcGIS Online tool that identifies publicly-owned land along active and pending transitways in the Minneapolis/St. Paul region.
> Access the TOD Office’s free publicly-owned land GIS tool
Create a free ArcGIS account to access tools and to create, save and share your own maps
> Access the GIS layer itself (for use with ArcGIS software)
Questions or ideas to improve the database? Refer to the User's Guide or simply contact the TOD Office.
> Equitable Development Scorecard: Developed by the Harrison Neighborhood Association in Minneapolis, the Scorecard was created to make sure that the principles and practices of equitable development, environmental justice and affordability are available to all communities as they plan for economic development and wealth creation that benefits everyone.
> Metropolitan Council TOD Guide
> Rail~Volution Resources
> University of Minnesota – Center for Transportation Studies’ Research Resources