This thesis is a case study undertaken to understand how Transit Oriented Development objectives shape the transit planning process and outcomes. The method draws on documentary research and in-depth interviews which highlight the experience of key informants in the planning and design of the Gold Coast Rapid Transport project, an urban light rail, due to open in mid-2014, connecting a string of high density coastal centres.
|Date of Award||12 Oct 2013|
|Sponsors||Gold Coast City Council & Gold Coast Rapid Transit|
|Supervisor||Daniel O'Hare (Supervisor)|