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New and Newsworthy: March-April 2018

New and Newsworthy: March-April 2018

NJ TOD news from Asbury Park, Jersey City, and Newark, as well as the Main Street NJ and Neighborhood Preservation programs. From around the country, news on affordable housing, accessory units, economic impact of transit, and redeveloping parking.
Strategies to Promote Equitable Transit-Oriented Development

Strategies to Promote Equitable Transit-Oriented Development

Equitable transit oriented development (eTOD) planning strategies can help communities promote housing affordability near transit.
Asbury Park — New Jersey’s 33rd Transit Village

Asbury Park — New Jersey’s 33rd Transit Village

Planning for pedestrians and bicyclists, zoning changes, and Master Plan updates help Asbury Park promote its Transit Village.
Learning from National eTOD Models

Learning from National eTOD Models

Good eTOD planning has allowed these communities to successfully bring new affordable housing options to their transit-served neighborhoods.
New and Newsworthy: January-February 2018

New and Newsworthy: January-February 2018

NJ TOD news from Aberdeen, Camden, and Somerville. News from around the nation on community engagement, converting suburban office parks to mixed-use, a new podcast from Smart Growth America, and more.
Manual on Bicycle and Pedestrian Connections to Transit

Manual on Bicycle and Pedestrian Connections to Transit

Report link: Manual on Bicycle and Pedestrian Connections to Transit
FTA Report No. 0111 outlines best practices to make transit stations as accessible and safe as possible for bicyclists and pedestrians.
Hackensack: New Jersey’s 31st Transit Village

Hackensack: New Jersey’s 31st Transit Village

The Hackensack Bus Terminal is at the core of NJ's 31st Transit Village, the City of Hackensack.
Boonton Transit Oriented Development

Boonton Transit Oriented Development

This studio aimed to assist the Morris County Town of Boonton (pop. 8500) advance its transit-oriented development (TOD) goals.
Making the Most of What You’ve Got: Adaptive Reuse and TOD

Making the Most of What You’ve Got: Adaptive Reuse and TOD

Understanding the challenges and opportunities offered by adaptive reuse is helpful to communities looking to promote transit-friendly development.
New and Newsworthy: March-April 2016

New and Newsworthy: March-April 2016

The latest from Hackensack, Montclair, Newark, Orange, Rutherford, Somerville, Union, and Westfield. Plus news on embracing density in the suburbs, first floor retail, workforce housing, and the Schuylkill Yards project in Philadelphia.