News on NJ Transit Villages, Jersey City redevelopment, reductions in driving, density as a tool to fight climate change & inequality, affordable housing in TOD, problems with too much parking, and the economic impacts of BRT.
NJ news from Bloomfield, East Orange, Harrison, Newark, South Amboy, Westfield, and Wesmont Station in Wood-Ridge as well as equitable TOD and TOD apps.
The latest news on commuters to Panasonic in Newark, development in Bayonne, Camden, Hackensack, Jersey City, Metuchen, and Somerville as well as bus TOD in Pittsburgh, FTA planning projects, and much more.
When completed, years of planning will result in new housing, retail, parking and a public piazza in Metuchen's center.
Bus service and the Irvington Bus Terminal are at the core of NJ's 30th Transit Village, Irvington Township.
Named the state's 29th Transit Village, the Borough of Park Ridge is focusing on pedestrian improvements and zoning changes to achieve its TOD goals.
Two new Transit Villages, updates on the Gateway Tunnel, Haddon Township, Rutherford, Somerville, and Woodbridge, as well as the value of mixed-use development and walkable downtowns.
News briefs on redevelopment in Jersey City, Newark, and Somerville as well as the reuse of suburban office parks, millennial settlement patterns, the decline of home ownership, reduced parking requirements in Minneapolis, and New Balance buying its own station in Boston.
Good planning and transit improvements are helping Harrison reach its redevelopment and TOD goals.
News from Bound Brook, Cranford, the Hudson waterfront, Montclair, and Woodbridge, as well as the relationship between housing and transportation costs.
Guest contributor, Debra Tantleff, discusses how focusing on placemaking can help communities achieve their redevelopment goals.
A recent trend in office space, known as coworking, could potentially help transit-oriented developments increase diversity of uses among their