Equity in transportation – from many perspectives and at different levels of government – from USDOT looking at systemic bias to local transit agencies making progress on transit-oriented affordable housing.Read more
Three affordable housing projects in Camden, Hoboken, and Tarrytown, NY show various approaches to equitable TOD in the region.Read more
How transit agencies can change their service to meet the post-pandemic commute, and the potential of transit for the climate fight.Read more
The New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) announced the opening of the Neighborhood Preservation Program (NPP) 2022 Partner Application, an opportunity for municipalities and non-profits to receive assistance for neighborhood stabilization and revitalization.Read more
Report link: (Overlooked) Association Between Express Bus Station / Stop Proximity and Multifamily Rents with a Surprise About Transit Mode Synergism and Implications for Transit and Land Use Planning
Researchers examine the economic relationship between express bus stops and land value.
Planners ponder lessons learned from the pandemic: Will we return to normal, or something better?Read more
San Diego charts a transformative transit plan, Denver struggles with affordable housing density bonuses, and Newark greenlights an eight-acre redevelopment for the former Bears stadium.Read more
Three NJ municipalities each offer their own model for putting equity at the forefront of TOD.Read more
The Rutgers Bloustein Graduate Student Association recently hosted a panel of planners from the MTA, Sound Transit, TriMet, and Los Angeles Metro to discuss the work of incorporating equity into transit-oriented development.Read more
Report link: Transit-Oriented Development for Older Adults: A Survey of Current Practices Among Transit Agencies and Local Governments in the US
Researchers from Florida State University examine how transit agencies and governmental entities address the needs of older adults through their TOD efforts.