Urban Sprawl is a major problem that is faced by modern cities. The advancement of technology and resources has allowed cities to be developed in a spread-out manner with minimum regard towards urban planning. This occurrence causes complex problems concerning environment, health, social welfare, and infrastructure. Several concepts have been established as a solution to this problem, one of them is Transit Oriented Development. Transit Oriented Development is a sustainable concept that focuses on the planning of compact, mix-use development that lies within walking distance from a transit facility. This development is expected to decrease motorized vehicle dependency, by promoting a pedestrian friendly neighborhood. There are several principles that are crucial in achieving this concept, which are walk, cycle, connect, transit, mix, densify, compact, and shift. This paper will examine the approach of these principles in a case study, which is Duren Kalibata.