The Week in TOD News October 22-28, 2022

Removing highways and breaking down barriers ● Rising infections but MTA has no plans for masks ● Glassboro-Camden Line takes next step ● Tech solutions without smartphones ● Montgomery County MD approves plans, promotes density & transit ● Montréal’s Côte-St-Luc embraces 15-minute city principles

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The Week in TOD News September 3-9, 2022

Japan’s pedestrian safety success. NYC MTA drops mask mandate. Upgrades begin at Exchange Place. Will Houston widen its highways? Plans for Ybor City, Tampa. Germany’s transit sale yields environmental benefits.

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The Week in TOD News June 18-24, 2022

Restoring transit to Kansas City. NJ TRANSIT undertakes redesign of Hudson County bus network. TOD success and inequity in Arlington, VA. Advancing transit-oriented redevelopment in Boise, ID. And Vancouver wants you to be able to take a bus or bike to regional parks.

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The Week in TOD News January 1-7, 2022

Pandemic-induced sprawl, living in Bloomfield, affordable housing for families, “ring” route for NYC, and prioritizing cyclists and pedestrians.

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The Week in TOD News November 27-December 3, 2021

Learning from the 1918 pandemic, Gateway gets the green light, Transit promotes equity and accessibility, California’s zoning fight, and a “15-minute city” for Moscow.

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The Week in TOD News November 6-12, 2021

NY, NJ and CT reach agreement on COVID-19 aid. Major renovations to Perth Amboy Station. Universal Basic Mobility. Sustainability through urban design.

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The Week in TOD News August 28–September 3, 2021

Spokane and Prince George’s County link transit and land reforms to advance TOD and address environmental and housing affordability. Plus, how improving housing stability can build social equity.

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The Week in TOD News August 14-20, 2021

Transit agencies ‘reopen’ with lower fares and increased service, TODs open on the Raritan Valley Line, and alleys prove to be hidden opportunities for densification.

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The Week in TOD News July 24-30, 2021

A federal infrastructure deal allocates funds for transit, a potential TOD with a new public park in Hoboken, and Denver lowers parking minimums to boost affordable housing production.

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The Week in TOD News April 3-9, 2021

State Legislatures in Oregon, Colorado, and Connecticut consider expanding opportunities for TOD through zoning and other legislation—following a path already taken by Massachusetts

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