Redevelopment near three NJ rail stations (Dunellen, Fanwood, and Allendale), new bus connections in Hackensack, and new NJ TOD legislation. From around the nation, balancing historic preservation and development, affordable housing, and increasing density.Read more
Report link: Communities are Embracing Development near Transit
A 2017 AARP report provides a snapshot of the policy and planning supports employed by state, regional, and local actors to support transit oriented development (TOD) from 2015 to 2016 and suggests that the number and variety of TOD programs and policies at all levels of government have grown significantly.
Report link: Arlington County Residential Building Study: Aggregate Analysis Update, May 2018
Our look at a recent report by Mobility Lab on the effectiveness of transportation demand management strategies on residential transportation behaviors in Arlington County, VA.
This week’s TOD news includes NJ stories from Matawan, Morristown, Newark, Red Bank and Trenton. News from Atlanta, Buffalo, Seattle, and on TOD planning for the Durham-Orange Light-Rail, and a story from Galway, Ireland.Read more
Report link: Rutgers Regional Report: The ‘Burbs’ Bounce Back: ‘Trendlet’ or ‘Dead Cat Bounce’?
A 2018 Rutgers Regional Report examines whether a recent increase in suburban population in the New York metropolitan region is an irregularity or a notable shift from a larger, post-2010 reurbanization trend.
NJ TOD news from Hoboken, Jersey City, Newark, and Red Bank. From around the nation—a look the Minneapolis 2040 plan, community-based planning in Seattle’s U District, affordable TOD housing in Chicago, senior housing in Manhattan and San Francisco, and co-living in CA.Read more
Our weekly look at TOD news. NJ stories from Aberdeen, Morristown, and Plainfield, as well as about suburbia and access to food. National news from Fort Worth, Los Angeles, Miami-Dade County, and San Jose, and a TOD story from Bangkok.Read more
TOD News Briefs … now posted weekly! NJ stories from Aberdeen, Bayonne, and Newark. National news affordable housing, bus rapid transit, creating places to age, and new housing in gateway cities.Read more
Report link: Creative Placemaking on Vacant Properties: Lessons Learned from Four Cities
Center for Community Progress, with Metris Arts Consulting, shows how creative placemaking can be used as a critical tool to support equitable revitalization.
NJTOD news from Hoboken, Jersey City, Metuchen, Montclair, Newark, New Brunswick, Somerville, and Woodbridge, as well as from across the country and from Sweden—affordable housing, parking, gentrification, changing retail, and more.Read more