a+u 2013:10 Special Issue
Integrated Station-City Development
-the Next Advances of TOD
Foreword Hiroaki Suzuki
Chapter1:Introduction to the Integrated Station-City Development 
~Value Capture through Railway and City Development~
1-1 Importance of integrated station-city development
1-2 Model A: Hub station oriented, highly integrated complex development model
1-3 Model B: Development synchronized with railway infrastructure construction
1-4 The classical model of “integrated station-city development” : the Hankyu Corporation business model
Chapter2:Integrated Station-City Development at a Railway Terminal (Hub Station)
2-1 Evolution of terminal development
2-2 Categories of terminal development
 TypeA: Nishitetsu Fukuoka Station/ Solaria Terminal
 TypeA: Shin-Yokohama Station/ Cubic Plaza Shin-Yokohama 
 TypeB: Roppongi-Itchome Station/ Izumi Garden 
 TypeB: Minatomirai Station/ Queen’s Square Yokohama 
 TypeC: Shiodome Station/ Shiodome Sio-site
 TypeC: Tokyo Station/ Yaesu Wing development
 TypeC: Shibuya Station/ Developments around Shibuya Station
Chapter3:Developing Communities in Synch with Railway Construction
3-1 Advantages of the private (rail) + private (residential) model
3-2 Planning characteristics of private-sector development 
3-3 Business characteristics of private-sector development 
3-4 Value creation for communities along the railway line 
3-5 Sustainable development that adapts to changing times 
Chapter4:Project Approaches to Integrated Station-City Development
4-1 Land readjustment and urban redevelopment 182
4-2 Forming and development of new project scheme 187
4-3 Public utilities development as part of a development project 199
Chapter5:Recommendations for Achieving Integrated Station-City 
Development in Asia and Mega-Cities
Chapter6:Background Information of Integrated Station-City Development 
Final Chapter:TODs in the Context of City Structure of TOKYO