The Week in TOD News March 2-8, 2019

Murphy signs commuter tax benefit legislation, Bound Brook considers pedestrian plaza and housing affordability, funding the Portal Bridge, and increases in office leasing. Also Duke withholds support for Light Rail, Uber goes multimodal, San Diego repeals parking minimums, micro-real-estate solutions to homelessness, TriMet sells land for mixed-use TOD, India approves Agra Metro Rail project and Vancouver considers rental-only zoning.

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This Week in TOD News Feb 23-Mar 1, 2019

NJ news briefs…Portal North Bridge replacement, RPA report on possible Hudson River rail tunnel shutdown, parking tax enabling legislation, eminent domain notices in Leonia & New Brunswick redevelopment. Also transit-friendly economic development in GA, affordable housing in MN, new leadership at Seattle DOT, school-based TOD, fighting air pollution with TOD in Tehran & from Istanbul… public engagement with a urban design card game.

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This Week in TOD News Feb 16-22, 2019

NJTOD news briefs…Historic Preservation Tax Credit, middle-income housing, NJEDA expands downtown incentive program, the year ahead for Collingswood, Montclair residents express concerns about development. Also Amazon in VA, Transbay in SF, housing in OR, and a new TOD website for Suffolk County, LI.

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The Week in TOD News Feb 9-15, 2019

In this week’s NJ TOD news… NJ TRANSIT settles Amtrak payments with funds to be reinvested in Northeast Corridor improvements, Raritan Valley mayors seek one-seat rides, and Union Township approves variances. Beyond the state… San Diego launches “Sim City” Planning Tool, Rhode Island students estimate capacity for TOD, and Amazon cancels its Big Apple plans.

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The Week in TOD News Feb 2-8, 2019

This week’s NJ TOD news: Performing Arts Center to open near Avenel Station, Raritan plans station area upgrades, Queen Latifah-backed project will have summer groundbreaking, and a Weehawken project now leasing. Also news from Chicago, Fullerton CA, Indianapolis, Malden MA, a TOD critique of the Green New Deal, a housing plan for Exeter, UK, and a TO Affordable Housing Study in Vancouver, BC.

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The Week in TOD News Jan 26-Feb 1, 2019

Public art and startup coworking space in Camden and Newark Penn Station leasing revenues. A Green New Deal, affordable housing in Seattle, the effect of the federal shutdown on transit, measuring growth near transit in DC metro area, and proposed shuttles to T stops on the Newton-Needham Line. Car-free downtown Oslo and the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor.

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The Week in TOD News Jan 19-25, 2019

All the TOD news fit to share… NJ stories from Jersey City, Newark, and Plainfield, and other news from Kirkland WA, Los Angeles, Miami-Dade, North Carolina, Utah, Montreal and Bangkok.

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The Week in TOD News Jan 12-18, 2019

In this week’s NJ TOD news… a designer selected for Jersey City’s Bayfront, development plans for Plainfield, new development in Somerville, and proposed tax incentives. Also news from Atlanta, Baltimore, Cleveland, San Diego, San Jose, and Kempas, Malaysia.

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The Week in TOD News Jan 5-11, 2019

The weekly TOD news. Redevelopment in Jersey City and Bloomfield, Freehold seeks transit village status, and Middlesex County funds new projects. National updates from Virginia, Charlotte, NC, NY and California, and an international look into UK TOD.

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The Week in TOD News Dec 29, 2018-Jan 4, 2019

Our weekly look at TOD news. NJ stories from East Orange and Newark as well as those about the PATH and migration patterns. News from elsewhere includes bikes on the DC Metro, TOD development in Boston, Minneapolis, and San Jose, and Greenville SC gets an FTA TOD planning grant.

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