How Residential and Commercial Property Values Rise in Transit Sheds

Resource Link: The Real Estate Mantra – Locate Near Public Transportation by the American Public Transportation Association

This study reveals that it is getting increasingly expensive to live near public transit. As more and more cities invest in mixed-use developments, house prices and rents within a half-mile of transit facilities are increasing at a faster rate than those in neighborhoods farther away.

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The Week in TOD News October 19-25, 2019

Jersey City bike plans & parking management, Redevelopment near Newark Symphony Hall, Edison’s Affordable Housing Trust Fund, Longer PATH trains. Zero parking in San Diego, High-speed rail, BRT in the San Fernando Valley, Tech startups to address NYC gridlock, Charlotte’s transit districts, Voting to end single-family zoning in Minneapolis. Workplace parking taxes in Nottingham, UK, Chinese-Keynan highway projects, Amazon India takes to the rails.

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Webinar: Curb Your Enthusiasm: It’s Not Just About Cars Anymore

The advent of smart and shared transportation systems is rapidly changing mobility and the face of downtowns. From creating loading zones for rideshare pick-ups, finding space for expanded bike share docks, and defining micro-mobility parking zones, to re-purposing travel lanes, designing shared spaces, managing increased shipping and deliveries, and removing parking requirements, downtowns across the country are grappling with new challenges in creative ways. While solutions vary and evolve daily, one element is consistent among all: curbside access.

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The Week in TOD News October 12-18, 2019

NJ TRANSIT’s Transit art program, station improvements, one-seat ride restoration. Englewood Cliff’s affordable housing suit, Cranford’s downtown boom, Riverside redevelopment. Vision Zero, all things buses (BRT, bus lanes, better bus stops, new service), too much parking in Pittsburgh (at bus centers!) TOD in China, bus lanes in India, sustainable transport in Malaysia.

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The Week in TOD News July 13-19, 2019

Proposed pedestrian bridges in Camden and Bayonne, NJBIA salutes redevelopment, NJ TRANSIT approves FY2020 budget. TOD projects in Aurora, CO & Vancouver BC. Service improvements in Staten Island, Detroit-area & Chicago, and Manchester & Liverpool UK.

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