NJ TOD & Transit Village News

Transit Friendly Spotlight: Dunellen Active Transportation Planning Study

The NJ TRANSIT Transit Friendly Planning Program begins Dunellen active transportation planning study, engaging with ...
Main Street in Netcong

Netcong: The Transit-Friendly Rural Place

As 126 new apartments come to Netcong, there is rekindled interest in a nearly 20-year-old plan to restore the Borough ...

South Amboy Plans Housing and Multimodal Connections

Designated as a NJ Transit Village in 1999 for the area around its rail station, South Amboy now plans its transit ...

With Station Reconstruction, Elizabeth Sees Growing Interest in Transit-Oriented Development

Considerable investment in Elizabeth Station complements planned and in-progress developments in the Union County seat. ...
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Morristown Connects Transportation and Land Use Planning to Promote TOD

Morristown, one of New Jersey's first Transit Villages, continues to grow with a focus on mixed-use, pedestrian ...
IFN’s Parkview AP project, image courtesy of Interfaith Neighbors

NJ eTOD: How Asbury Park, Plainfield, and Jersey City Are Promoting Equitable Transit-Oriented Development

Three NJ municipalities each offer their own model for putting equity at the forefront of TOD. ...