Session 2E: Transit-Oriented Development: Benefits and Challenges

Panel Discussion

21 October 2018
11:45 AM – 12:45 PM

Across cities worldwide, there is a growing consensus that transit-oriented development (TOD) is one of the most sustainable approaches to urbanization. But the execution of a TOD project embraces many challenges, including overlapping jurisdictions and disciplines, and constraints on construction, which must be carried out without disturbing existing neighbors and disrupting transportation infrastructure. The panelists in this session get into the details and draw out the big insights.

Panel Chair: Steve Gonzalez
Director - Major Projects, KONE, Chicago
Mohamad Al-Dah
Director - Technical Affairs, Webb Yates and Esther Engineers, Dubai
Julian Chen
Senior Architect, Henning Larsen Architects, Copenhagen
Richard H. Lee
Junior Partner, C.Y. Lee & Partners Architects/Planners, Taipei
David Moncholi Badillo
Director Mobility at Consultancy Dept, IDOM, Bilbao