The Week in TOD News October 29-November 4, 2022

Repurposing a bus yard. Evolving transit for a post-COVID world. New Markets Tax Credit Program. Artist housing. Fare-free transit and the future of cities.

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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 August 27-September 2, 2022

California fights NIMBYs. Detroit needs bus operators. Gateway project delays and cost increases. Miami repurposes public space to bridge the digital divide. Richmond VA expands TOD zoning. Can SkyTrain expansions spur affordable housing in Vancouver?

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The Week in TOD News August 6-12, 2022

Capping Atlanta’s Midtown Connector. COVID-19 relief comes to transit agencies. Raritan River Bridge is halfway there. LA initiative seeks to fast track pedestrian and bicycle improvements. Revitalization underway near Old Montreal.

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The Week in TOD News April 2-8, 2022

Learning from rural areas. Multi-family housing in Westfield, NJ. Supporting Black and Latina women in Baltimore real estate. BRT spurs TOD in California.

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The Week in TOD News January 8-14, 2022

New plans for Newark Bears Stadium, South Amboy attracts commuters, MTA to cap fares, a vision Duluth’s I-35, and Milan’s planned bicycle network

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The Week in TOD News December 4-10, 2021

Transit agencies rethink priorities, bus-oriented development in Hackensack, veterans’ TOD in Jersey City, Chicago invests in affordable housing, and car-free (and parking-free) shopping

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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 October 9-15, 2021

New York leverages density bonuses to help make more stations accessible, strategies for resiliency planning in Hoboken, and TODs taking shape in China and Indonesia

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The Week in TOD News October 2-8, 2021

Electric-powered modes spawn new transit options, approvals for mixed-use development straddling Hoboken and Jersey City, outlining equity goals (and steps to achieve them) in Richmond VA

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