Transit-oriented Developments (TOD) comprises a planning approach which combines principles of urban development when are implemented jointly contribute to creation of compact communities with strong social tissue and organized around a transport system, including walking and biking as part of the transport system. The present paper makes an emphasis in social housing allocation with possibilities to carry on territorial strategies that promote the mix of uses through TOD. In this regard, housing buildings will be near to other urban equipment, subsequently distances and commuting will be reduce, therefore we will have less dependency to motorized ways of transports. Also we stimulate walking and cycling, improving environmental achievement of entire city. One of TOD’s principle consists in developing a compact city and with mixed land uses, thus densification should be positive and functional at the same time that we mitigate accessibility problems of the lowest income. Hence, study social housing allocation and its accessibility inside urban system is fundamental. The article constants difficult allocation and access of social housing intended for low income families and relate it with the possibilities of TOD in Bogota in actual period and future perspectives; through showing the distances between housing and equipment and its implications in urban planning.