The Week in TOD News April 9-15, 2022

Planning for post-pandemic. Rising rents in Newark metro. National study finds that BRT boosts real estate values. Paratransit expansion in Niagara, NY region. TOD in Timisoara, Romania.

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The Week in TOD News September 18-24, 2021

New guidebook when considering transit equity, planned TODs in Bound Brook and Newark, and a model for quality affordable housing from Vienna, Austria

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The Week in TOD News September 11-17, 2021

Development without displacement in Chicago, diversifying office-centric Tysons Corner, analyzing San Jose’s transit village policy, and equitable housing initiatives in Newark

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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 March 20-26, 2021

Long term … restoring public confidence in transit will help fight climate change—as will encouraging more TOD.

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The Week in TOD News June 27-July 3, 2020

COVID spurs the re-purposing of public space and real-time crowding data. Redevelopment projects in Ho-Ho-Kus and Kearny. Automated buses in Connecticut, BRT in Omaha, and more TOD. TODTOWN in Shanghai, Winnipeg gets its first TOD, and the 30-minute city.

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The Week in TOD News June 13-19, 2020

COVID-19 has sparked renewed interest in street design but may have also caused undue concerns about safety on public transit and urban flight. Rahway project nears completion, Portal North Bridge funding. TOD redevelopment projects abound — many with pedestrian and other mobility improvements. Bengalura agency expands to address TOD; Jakarta upgrades stations.

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The Week in TOD News May 30-June 5, 2020

This week: musings on shifting trends in urban mobility, the future of public transit ridership, and the movement for safe active transportation. Months of static uncertainty come to an end in the Philippines as the government relaxes quarantine restrictions and restarts its transportation sector. A quick look at deserted streets and empty storefronts in a once-vibrant New Jersey downtown district raises similar concerns for communities all over the state.

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