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How Woodbridge Transformed Polluted Land into an Arts and Transit Hub

How Woodbridge Transformed Polluted Land into an Arts and Transit Hub

Woodbridge Township is earning a reputation as a leader in redevelopment, ranging from mixed use housing to brand new manufacturing facilities. The Avenel Arts Village Redevelopment Project is one among the 50 redevelopment initiatives happening in the Township.
The Week in TOD News May 11-17, 2019

The Week in TOD News May 11-17, 2019

Weekly TOD news briefs. In NJ, the Princeton Dinky and Atlantic City Line return, politics in Gateway funding, Trenton Artwalk receives sustainability grant, Montclair rents soar. In other news, WMATA seeks joint developer for Huntington site, placemaking efforts around MD transit, Dallas residents protest bikesharing & Buenos Aires gets an elevated viaduct on the Tigre Line.
The Week in TOD News May 4-10, 2019

The Week in TOD News May 4-10, 2019

In NJ, Hudson River Tunnel tour, JC affordable housing ordinance, incentive use in Linden, AC's Ducktown Revitalization Plan & Summit's Broad Street West Redevelopment Plan. Beyond NJ, proposed MD-to-VA 1-seat ride, CTA breaks ground for Damen Station, Soccer at Stations!!, The Hop expansion in Milwaukee, affordable housing & BRT in Indianapolis, Vancouver home buyers seek transit-friendly locales & Edmonton moves to eliminate minimum parking.
VTC and NJT to Host Planning Tool Webinar May 29

VTC and NJT to Host Planning Tool Webinar May 29

The Alan M. Voorhees Transportation Center at Rutgers University will hold a webinar on Wed, May 29, 2019, 2-3:30 PM. The webinar will showcase new features and data in version 1.2 of the NJ Land Use + Transit Data Application (njlutrans.org) and present examples highlighting how the application can be used to support land use and transit planning in NJ.
NJLUTRANS: A Planning Application for NJ TODs

NJLUTRANS: A Planning Application for NJ TODs

NJLUTRANS (the New Jersey Land Use + Transit Data Application) gives users a way to learn about new development and redevelopment coming to their neighborhoods and to explore the essential link between land use and transportation through maps and data.
The Week in TOD News April 27-May 3, 2019

The Week in TOD News April 27-May 3, 2019

The weekly TOD news. In NJ, mixed-income TOD in West Orange, Mulberry Commons opens in Newark, redevelopment in Dunellen. Beyond NJ, who killed Durham-Orange light rail, NYC's playground deserts, coworking finds a new home--parking spaces, falling ridership in Atlanta, Denver's new Gold Line, and Candiac Station TOD.
TOD in Your Downtown Forum Series

TOD in Your Downtown Forum Series

FREE EVENT!!
Making TOD Real:
Planning & Building Transit-Oriented Development in NJ
Thurs May 30, 2019
9:30-12:00, New Brunswick, NJ
The Week in TOD News April 20-26, 2019

The Week in TOD News April 20-26, 2019

Our weekly TOD news briefs. Staten Island proposes gondola to Bayonne, NJ congressmen fight NY congestion tax, housing at planned South Amboy ferry terminal, Belmar festival moves downtown, Hackensack streetscape grant. Chicago BRT, Denver land trusts, Atlanta air rights, Amazon's big land purchase, WMATA offsets station closures with free parking, and Bengaluru, India supports more walking, biking and transit use.
The Week in TOD News April 13-19, 2019

The Week in TOD News April 13-19, 2019

News, news, news... In NJ, redevelopment of The Record's former headquarters, NJEDA Brownfield Loan Program, Parsippany mixed-use project & early reopening of the ACL & Princeton Dinky. Beyond NJ, Omaha's BRT, affordable housing in Chicago, revamped zoning code in Charlotte, White Plains Station renovation, Herndon (VA) TOD, eTOD/land trust in Vancouver & increasing rail ridership in Hyderabad.
The Week in TOD News April 6-12, 2019

The Week in TOD News April 6-12, 2019

NJ's TOD happenings. Summit's redevelopment proposal, Passaic to reclaim land of old freight line, Jersey City's chain store limits under fire, and Berkeley Heights awarded SSTT grant. In other news. Baltimore Penn Station redevelopment agreement, eTOD in Los Angeles, Pittsburgh's busways, mixed-use development in Phoenix, San Francisco's Chase Center to limit parking, proposed hub at London's Clapham Junction Station & "post-car" living in Barcelona.
The Week in TOD News March 30-April 5, 2019

The Week in TOD News March 30-April 5, 2019

NJ TOD news! NJT Hudson River tunnel contingency planning RFP, Gateway Devt Corp recruits repair expertise, Jersey City’s University Place fills last retail spot, Lackawanna Plaza redevelopment to begin, NJ EDA launches Small Business Lease Assistance program & NJT/Matawan seek redevelopment partners. Other TOD news! Baltimore's efforts to rehab former black culture hub, Congestion pricing in NYC, Seattle’s “Tech-Train” TOD, What’s next for GoTriangle?, Malaysian Tech Hub & German parking-free neighborhood.
Rethinking TOD Parking

Rethinking TOD Parking

Many communities have been slow to adapt parking policies to changes that are reducing demand. Trends such as congestion pricing, ride-hailing, and other mobility options present opportunities as well as challenges to fostering transit-oriented development.