As an important gateway to Gainesville and the University of Florida, the Waldo Road corridor and environs evokes the first ‘Gainesville’ experience to travelers arriving by air or by automobile from the northeast.  The corridor presents opportunities for sustainable development through it’s linear form, opportunity for nodal concentration of activities, proximity to the downtown core, abundant vacant land, infill potential and a number of existing uses such as civic, agricultural, institutional, municipal, commercial, mixed-use and residential.  This report presents the translation of multiple independent initiatives, large-scale master plan recommendations and recent initiatives by community stakeholders into implementation strategies for an economically robust multi-modal transit corridor that promotes sustainable development, activity centers, commerce, affordable high quality residential living and civic amenities.