Throughout the nation, for a large and growing part of the population living near transit is an important consideration when choosing where to live.Read more
At the occasion of Mayor James Kennedy’s final term of office, we had the opportunity to ask him a few questions about Rahway’s TOD efforts.Read more
Report link: Mixed-Income Transit-Oriented Development Action Guide
The Mixed-Income Transit-Oriented Development Action Guide helps communities retain and increase lower income TOD housing.
Report link: Preserving Affordability and Access in Livable Communities
This report surveyed federally-subsidized affordable housing in 20 cities, including New York City and Philadelphia, and their proximity to transit.
In 2010 Montclair and Somerville were designated as the state’s latest Transit Villages after demonstrating a sustained commitment to TOD.Read more
In May 2010, The Avenue at South Orange officially opened to the public.Read more
When completed in mid-2012, the Gateway will combine residential, commercial and educational uses, and provide additional parking in the downtown.Read more
Redevelopment efforts in the City of Elizabeth have been given a boost this past year with the completion of the Elizabeth I. Kellogg building.Read more
Located only 8 miles from Manhattan, Newark enjoys a number of distinct advantages that makes it an obvious case for transit-oriented development.Read more
The first phase of a mixed-use transit-oriented development community in Bordentown will likely begin this year.Read more