The weekly TOD news. In NJ, mixed-income TOD in West Orange, Mulberry Commons opens in Newark, redevelopment in Dunellen. Beyond NJ, who killed Durham-Orange light rail, NYC’s playground deserts, coworking finds a new home–parking spaces, falling ridership in Atlanta, Denver’s new Gold Line, and Candiac Station TOD.Read more
Our weekly TOD news briefs. Staten Island proposes gondola to Bayonne, NJ congressmen fight NY congestion tax, housing at planned South Amboy ferry terminal, Belmar festival moves downtown, Hackensack streetscape grant. Chicago BRT, Denver land trusts, Atlanta air rights, Amazon’s big land purchase, WMATA offsets station closures with free parking, and Bengaluru, India supports more walking, biking and transit use.Read more
NJTOD news: Woodbridge advances 50 projects, Oradell-ites voice zoning concerns, 1st home to The Record to be apartments in Hackensack & Plainfield mayor upbeat on Opportunity Zones. Other TOD news: Arts-based development, Protesting Amazon HQ2 in Arlington VA, DC mayor pledges dedicated bus lane funds, Denver microunits, Atlanta autonomous shuttles, Gwinnett Co GA rejects MARTA, Chicago mega-development & Jakarta’s 1st subway line.Read more
News on NJ Transit Villages, Jersey City redevelopment, reductions in driving, density as a tool to fight climate change & inequality, affordable housing in TOD, problems with too much parking, and the economic impacts of BRT.Read more
Report link: Who is TOD in Metro Denver? Resident Survey Report
In 2009-2010 Denver Regional Council of Governments surveyed residents, employees, and businesses located near 35 rail-transit stations in the region.
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation in February recently granted $2 million in low interest loans to Enterprise Community Partners.Read more
By passing a referendum to dedicate local sales tax revenue toward transit development, Denver voters set in motion ambitious transit expansion plans.Read more