The Week in TOD News June 29-July 5, 2019

NJ: Land purchase and financing for Somerville Transit Village, partners advance Sayreville brownfield project, co-working space opens in Chatham. Also new Google Maps transit features, Boston’s Maverick Station project, Oklahoma DOT’s Mobility & Public Transit office, free U-Pass at University of Nevada-Reno, IL uses gas tax increase to fund capital spending plan. Vancouver redevelopment plans, Haryana Orbital Rail Corridor Project & new payment system in the Netherlands.

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The Week in TOD News June 22-28, 2019

PATH OMNY fare system, mixed-use at Woodbridge Station, Camden market-rate housing, NJT & Bayonne to partner at 34th St Station, Montvale’s Mercedes HQ redevelopment. Seattle’s public housing residents get transit passes, Sound Transit plans light rail that spurs development, active transport projects in CA, WMATA pilots late-night worker Lyft program, Art & transit in Stockholm, Driverless train for Calgary Airport, Waterloo’s new light rail, Penang Transport Master Plan

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The Week in TOD News June 15-21, 2019

NJT advances microgrid power system, NYPenn Station starts renovation, Jersey City, Red Bank & Asbury Park development. Richmond, VA mall transformation, Lynx Blue Line spurs development, MARTA & GDOT propose stations, MassDOT approves MBTA investment plan, Holland, MI supports new commuter transit, free transit for Victoria students, Delhi transit corridor improvement, Sault Ste. Marie, ON & college partner on transfer station.

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The Week in TOD News June 8-14, 2019

Proposed NJ-NY Gateway commission, Eastbound Harrison PATH reopens, Building boom impacts PATH ridership, JC plans “uber-style” transit, NJ TRANSITGRID gets FTA grant. Also Omaha wants TOD & affordable housing, “Overcrowd” station planning game, 9-county Bay Area transit planning project, Orange County, CA preps for 1st modern streetcar, TOD key to Ottawa, and Berlin’s new app for public & private transport options.

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The Week in TOD News June 1-7, 2019

NJDEP seeks electric vehicle (EV) funding, Hoboken introduces e-scooter rules, NJ TRANSIT pilots tap-in payments, NJ Partnership to Plug-In initiative wants to create EV infrastructure. Also, Forest Hills Station Square reopened, Allegheny County, PA gets transit smartphone app, Harrison, NY project breaks ground, large TOD proposed for West Oakland, CA, and Singapore continues to advance its 2040 plan.

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The Week in TOD News May 25-31, 2019

Jersey City’s on-demand transit RFP, Plainfield’s affordable TOD, No. 7 extension thoughts, Asbury Park parking & Somerville’s Green Seam wins award. Beyond NJ, LA TOD program spurs affordable housing, NYC taps into transit, new Seattle station raises concern, Atlanta advances development, Singapore reveals transport plans & Copenhagen prioritizes cyclists.

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The Week in TOD News May 18-24, 2019

Harrison & Jersey City projects completed, NJDOT awards Transportation Alternatives grants, East Brunswick rethinks redevelopment plan, NY & NJ advance bus terminal plans. Also BRT for Madison WI, mixed-use in Charlotte, gaps in NOLA transit system, better health through better transit, new stations in Seattle & Toronto’s “least-used” Bessarion Station.

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The Week in TOD News May 11-17, 2019

Weekly TOD news briefs. In NJ, the Princeton Dinky and Atlantic City Line return, politics in Gateway funding, Trenton Artwalk receives sustainability grant, Montclair rents soar. In other news, WMATA seeks joint developer for Huntington site, placemaking efforts around MD transit, Dallas residents protest bikesharing & Buenos Aires gets an elevated viaduct on the Tigre Line.

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The Week in TOD News May 4-10, 2019

In NJ, Hudson River Tunnel tour, JC affordable housing ordinance, incentive use in Linden, AC’s Ducktown Revitalization Plan & Summit’s Broad Street West Redevelopment Plan. Beyond NJ, proposed MD-to-VA 1-seat ride, CTA breaks ground for Damen Station, Soccer at Stations!!, The Hop expansion in Milwaukee, affordable housing & BRT in Indianapolis, Vancouver home buyers seek transit-friendly locales & Edmonton moves to eliminate minimum parking.

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The Week in TOD News April 27-May 3, 2019

The weekly TOD news. In NJ, mixed-income TOD in West Orange, Mulberry Commons opens in Newark, redevelopment in Dunellen. Beyond NJ, who killed Durham-Orange light rail, NYC’s playground deserts, coworking finds a new home–parking spaces, falling ridership in Atlanta, Denver’s new Gold Line, and Candiac Station TOD.

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