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 February 27- March 5, 2021

Transit agencies, and the jurisdictions where they operate, are looking for ways to address budget shortfalls that have resulted from the pandemic. Plus lots of New Jersey news.

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The Week in TOD News February 13-19, 2021

NY-NJ Gateway project advances, mass transit expands its hours, and TOD parking issues spark new research and new policy.

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The Week in TOD News February 6-12, 2021

Transit agencies are asking for billions of dollars in COVID-19 relief funds. Will a transit-friendly crop of leaders in Washington be able to deliver?

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The Week in TOD News October 3-9, 2020

Recent research once again finds that increasing transit usage is an important contributor to attaining climate goals and reducing greenhouse gases. But questions remain whether the public will return to using transit in post-pandemic times.

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The Week in TOD News September 26-October 2, 2020

The future is on everyone’s mind this week… how the pandemic will affect cities, transportation, economic activity, corporate locations, and more. Doomsday scenarios look at the impacts of transit service reductions, while glimmers of hope can be seen in Detroit, Boston, and elsewhere.

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The Week in TOD News September 19-25, 2020

Changing times: “How Full is My Ride?” NJT mobile app; Lincoln Tunnel bus lanes resume; Denver’s new N-Line. Green TOD in Stamford, Texas high-speed rail; Chicago links equitable TOD and inclusionary housing; Tel Aviv pilots wireless electric roads for public transport.

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The Week in TOD News September 12-18, 2020

The news this week looks at the safety and the future of transit and urban places. Plus equity, accessibility, and affordability figure large in new TOD efforts.

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The Week in TOD News August 29-September 4, 2020

Themes this week: Designing for the post-pandemic era. Will city dwellers decamp for the suburbs (thinking that it makes them safer)? Meanwhile there are TOD plans and projects aplenty, including those for affordable and supportive housing.

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