The light at the end of the tunnel: cities and states relax regulations, and transit agencies plan to boost service. But is it too soon?Read more
Reopening continues apace with a slow and steady return of passengers, support for improved infrastructure and maintenance, and new and more equitable transit-oriented developmentRead more
New federal funding formulas and leadership look to promote equity, sustainability, and TOD.Read more
This week’s news highlights the hyper-local politics of implementing denser, more equitable development.Read more
State Legislatures in Oregon, Colorado, and Connecticut consider expanding opportunities for TOD through zoning and other legislation—following a path already taken by MassachusettsRead more
Biden bets big on a return to transit with his $2 trillion infrastructure plan. Plus advancing accessibility and affordable housing.Read more
This fall 2018 studio led by VTC’s Stephanie DiPetrillo and Leigh Ann Von Hagen explored ways to improve access by all modes of travel to the Watsessing Avenue Station and provided recommendations to enhance existing assets in support of overall health, wellness, and equity in Bloomfield Township, New Jersey.Read more
Long term … restoring public confidence in transit will help fight climate change—as will encouraging more TOD.Read more
Using TOD to address equity concerns through zoning, redevelopment, and affordable housing. Transit agencies work to ready themselves for a post-pandemic world.Read more
Report link: TOD and Park-and-Ride: Which is Appropriate Where?
Researchers from San Jose State University explore the short-term and long-term impacts of Park-and-Rides and TOD upon transit ridership.