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SCOPEWithin the development.measurement method:Same as above.scope:Within the defined station catchment area.STATION CATCHMENTAREA EVALUATION2 or fewer driveways per100 m of block frontageMore than 2 driveways per100 m of block frontageDRIVEWAY DENSITY1POINT0POINTSAverage driveway density isA shared parking garage facility for a mixed use block in Santa Monica,California, USA, minimized driveways on the sidewalk.
98Quantify the total area of traffic lanes, including but not double-counting intersectionspace.Quantify the total area of on-street parking.Sum up both measures.Quantify the total land area of the development site, extended to the centerline of peri-pheral streets.Divide the figure obtained in Step 3 by the figure obtained in Step 4 to calculate a per-centage of land paved for motor vehicle traffic and on-street parking.OBJECTIVE 8.A:The land occupied by motor vehicles is minimized.Total road bed area used for motor vehicle travel and on-streetparking as percentage of total development area.ROADWAY AREA8.A.36POINTSDETAILSExclude all street area not designated for private motor vehicle use: sidewalks, plazas andlandscaped areas, and any portions of the road bed area exclusively dedicated to cyclingand buses.Exclude pedestrian-priority shared streets (with speed under 15 km/h [10 mph]).MEASUREMENT METHODDATA SOURCESPlans and designs; up-to-date aerial/satellite photo-graphy; site survey.SCOPEWithin the development and to the centerline of peri-pheral streets.15% or less of site area20% or less of site areaMore than 20% of site areaON-STREET PARKING AND TRAFFIC AREA6POINTS3POINTS0POINTSMotor vehicle area ismeasurement method:Same as above.scope:Within the defined station catchment area.STATION CATCHMENTAREA EVALUATION
99ROADWAY AREA8.A.3SHIFTOBJECTIVE 8A:Traveling through the city is convenient.More road area is given to less efficient motor vehicle travelMore road area is given to more efficient modes of non-motorized transportIn this street inthe center of RioDe Janeiro, Brazil,the roadway isminimized andrestricted tolocal access whilepedestrian publicspace is maximized.
100Safe pedestrianand cyclinginfrastructureis includedin this streetdesign inWashington,DC, USA.
101GUIDE TOSCORINGTHE TODSTANDARDMETRICS
102Inclusivedesign allowssafe and easyaccess toPlaza de laRepública,Metrobús BRTStation inMéxico City
103TheTOD Standardsupports the implementation of TOD principles and objectives in urbandevelopment projects and the evaluation of station catchment areas with a proxy metricssystem based on quantitative data and the plans and policies applicable to the site. Thischapter presents step-by-step guides to collecting and reporting data and information ineach case.

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