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TOD takes patience, resolve and money

The pay-off from the South Shore Line’s West Lake Corridor and Double Track NWI investments of a combined $893 million depends in part on what happens around the rail line’s stations, and success there will take patience, money and a tolerance for risk.

That’s what officials in several Chicago suburbs told a group from Northwest Indiana earlier this month on a tour of communities on the Metra commuter rail line. The day-long trip highlighted the complexity of leveraging that rail infrastructure into further development around train stations…Please click here to read Andrew Steele’s story in the Times.

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