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Today’s Transportation is known as one of the most important elements of urban development structure. Public Transportation, according to its more extensive functional capacity, can play a vital role in wider scale. Transit Oriented development by focusing on the subways is one of the special approaches in this field. Recently, Tehran Public Transport Fleet has significantly improved especially in the field of subway and BRT. Although Tehran has the potential capacity it could not only benefit from the advantages of this development, but also has imposed many social and traffic problems around stationary complexes. These are because of lack of implementation principles of TOD and the proper functioning of them. Mirdamad Station Complex plays a role in the implementation of these principles to achieve an efficient station complex. TOD is included four main principles: (1) Intensive development, (2) mixed land uses, (3) pedestrian-orientation, (4) Transportation facilities. In this study, the functional principles of TOD in the Mirdamad Station Complex are assessed using librarian data and archived studies in order to do descriptive and analytical research. As a main result the Mirdamad Station Complex, with the implementation rate of two-third of the functional principles, is in desirable condition and can be used as one of the complex station in Tehran.
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