The Week in TOD News March 21-27, 2020

NJ TOD work continues with a property sale in Metuchen, construction in Somerville, a project completion in Rahway, and progress in Hoboken. Also meeting Opportunity Zones challenges, TOD student housing in Miami, a 19-mile multi-use trail in Denton, Texas, learning to understand and address pandemics, and form-based code in India.

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The Week in TOD News January 25-31, 2020

Advancing Hoboken Yard Redevelopment; Parking Taxes in Jersey City; NJDOT announces local aid grants; Funds for South Amboy Transit Village improvements. Housing costs, density, quality of life, California Measure G, redevelopment in Boise, crowdfunding affordable housing projects, resizing service vehicles. Point-to-point transit in the Philippines.

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The Week in TOD News January 18-24, 2020

Collingswood & Haddon Twp engage on bike-ped master plan, Hoboken revisits station area redevelopment plan, Jersey City to update rent control regs, Linden approves mixed-use project. Boston South Station plans, Brooklyn Park MN rezones, Improving women’s transit using data, New Rochelle testifies on H.R. 4037, Chicago stays development near linear park, Atlanta advances op-zone. UK fights sprawl, Montreal’s ridership growth.

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The Week in TOD News October 5-11, 2019

NJ TRANSIT solicits for River LINE TOD, American Dream transit options, testing self-driving buses, Hoboken Yard Redevelopment updates, streetscape improvements in Raritan & East Orange redevelopment. Mixed-use development in CA & AZ, affordable housing in DC, BRT in SC. New transit in St. Petersburg, RU & Delhi, IN, transit plans for the Philippines & Indonesia.

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The Week in TOD News September 21-27, 2019

Redevelopment: Hoboken Yard, the RiverLINE corridor, near Newark NJPAC, and in Plainfield! Jersey City announces a new shuttle and Little Silver starts sidewalk project. LA Metro releases Women’s Travel study, Seattle system expansion, Denver TOD, activating parks, and electric cars and the environment. Paris’s Ecosystem Neighborhood, Rail in Dhaka, and airport TOD in Poland.

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The Week in TOD News August 24-30, 2019

Long Slip Fill & Rail Enhancement project in Hoboken, Gateway Tunnel budget, redevelopment in Jersey City & Newark, expanded NJT bus service. Google’s vision for San Jose, new TOD in Oakland CA, SIlverthorne CO, Philadelphia PA, Somerville & Cambridge MA, Chicago Transit Authority engages community. Ottawa LRT opens, Mobilinx wins Hurontario LRT contract, starting off slow in Brisbane AU.

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The Week in TOD News August 3-9, 2019

Lyft’s Wheels for All Grants Program, new projects in Plainfield & Delanco, proposed projects in Jersey City & West New York, sidewalks in Little Silver, e-scooters in Hoboken. Redevelopment in Popano FL, Denver CO, Carrollton TX, improving subway speed in NYC, wearable payments in LA. Safety improvements in Munich, Vienna rejects scented transit, Sydney light rail and Toronto’s newest neighborhood.

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The Week in TOD News July 27-August 2, 2019

Visions of a NJ TOD Smart Growth future, Portal North Bridge funding, Plainfield housing, NY Waterway lawsuit dismissed, Campbell Junction redevelopment plan, PATH improvement plan, Proposed Pfizer Campus redevelopment. San Diego zoning changes, Pittsburgh’s new vision, MTA OMNY system, S. San Francisco & Redwood City redevelopment, Ridesharing in NV, Bus & Cycle Paths in North Dublin, Sydney Uber expands info, Bitcoin for transit fares in Brazil, Contactless payment in NSW.

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The Week in TOD News July 20-26, 2019

Jersey City’s McGinley Square, Monarch settlement in Hoboken, Gateway Development Commission, High-rise near HBLR. Lyft adds NYC subway & bus directions, Bellevue, WA approves TOD zoning, Rochester, MN pilots Lime scooters, Caltrain to update service, MARTA advances housing, mixed-use development near two DC Metro stations, Toronto megaproject, Scots adopt contactless bus fares & Rome tests recycling for tickets system.

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The Week in TOD News June 1-7, 2019

NJDEP seeks electric vehicle (EV) funding, Hoboken introduces e-scooter rules, NJ TRANSIT pilots tap-in payments, NJ Partnership to Plug-In initiative wants to create EV infrastructure. Also, Forest Hills Station Square reopened, Allegheny County, PA gets transit smartphone app, Harrison, NY project breaks ground, large TOD proposed for West Oakland, CA, and Singapore continues to advance its 2040 plan.

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