The Purple Line Equitable Transit-Oriented Development Strategy delves into equity considerations surrounding the construction of the Purple Line in Maryland.Read more
Fed commits Gateway funds • Why are we still killing pedestrians? • Fare-free public transport • Economic impact of transit in South Florida • Beirut’s Mar Mikhael ProjectRead more
Zoning to address housing storages • Atlantic City named NJ’s 35th Transit Village • Last-mile trips & TOD • Renewed interest in Broad Street Line subway extension • Mumbai Metro RD & the World Bank partner for sustainable transportationRead more
Designing cities for a hotter future • New Brunswick’s HELIX Phase II plans • KCATA approves eTOD projects • RIPTA seeks best value procurement • Xiong’an, China’s city of the futureRead more
Netherwood Flats opens in Plainfield • Austin, TX explores light rail options • Increasing housing density in Washington State • Nigeria’s bus-sharing platformRead more
Transit projects to support middle class ● Post-pandemic transit ● Perth Amboy redevelopment plans ● Learning from KC’s fare free program ● TOD & the fight again global warming ● Green TOD in IndonesiaRead more
ETOD advances in Chicago. Return to office won’t fix transit funding. Transit-friendly e-bikes. People before parking. More BRT & fewer highways. Big plans for Montréal.Read more
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.Read more
The Portal Bridge begins. Who enforces mask mandates on transit? NJ TRANSIT seeks input on Newark Penn Station restoration. Can displacement be prevented while building TOD? Should transit be free? Passenger rail returns to Burlington VT. British Columbia partners with Japan on transit.Read more
Resource link: Transit-Oriented Displacement or Community Dividends?
Tackling an under-researched connection between transit-oriented development (TOD) and displacement, Karen Chapple and Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris establish the case for greater consideration of how TOD projects affect vulnerable residents within their geographic pull.