Development without displacement in Chicago, diversifying office-centric Tysons Corner, analyzing San Jose’s transit village policy, and equitable housing initiatives in NewarkRead more
Transit agencies and developers explore bundling transit passes with rent. NJ TRANSIT towns to see more growth.Read more
Three affordable housing projects in Camden, Hoboken, and Tarrytown, NY show various approaches to equitable TOD in the region.Read more
Although we still have almost two months until spring, this week’s news brings reports of “thawing” on TOD, transit, and redevelopment projects. Gateway, Port Authority Bus Terminal, Newark, Jersey City … all have taken, or will soon take, a step forward.Read more
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.Read more
Report link: Promoting Opportunity through Equitable Transit-Oriented Development (eTOD): Navigating Federal Transportation Policy
This report provides stakeholders involved in achieving eTOD, such as public entities, developers and practitioners, guidance on understanding and benefiting from federal transportation policies and programs.
The City of Hackensack taps into the arts to plan an inclusive public space in a changing downtown.Read more
Making (and changing) plans for the post-pandemic period. Chicago, Denver, and Fort Worth advance TOD projects. Mega projects in Indonesia and South Africa.Read more
Report link: Advancing Equitable Transit-Oriented Development through Community Partnerships and Public Sector Leadership
This 2016 white paper, produced by MZ Strategies, LLC with funding from the Ford Foundation, showcases eTOD efforts in four regions — Denver, Los Angeles, Minneapolis–Saint Paul, and Seattle.
While working closely with developers to push projects through in a streamlined manner, the administration of Mayor Adrian O. Mapp is also working to maximize benefits for existing residents. The City insists on redevelopment agreements that require developers to carry out neighborhood improvements or make financial contributions to local programs.Read more