The Week in TOD News November 26-December 2, 2022

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 Indonesia

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The Week in TOD News November 5-11, 2022

How COVID changed urban mobility. Funding transit. South Amboy ferry. Zero-emissions & industrial modernization. Delays cost access to new BRT. African megacities & mass transit.

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The Week in TOD News October 15-21, 2022

Rebuilding with a new generation of riders ● The return of masks ● Morristown headquarters project tops out ● CTA’s equity pledge ● Transit-friendly housing boom in Minneapolis ● Oslo strives toward zero-emission transit network

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The Week in TOD News September 10-16, 2022

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.

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The Week in TOD News August 13-19, 2022

FTA funds new Union City bus terminal. NY-MTA’s ongoing ridership woes. New features for NJ TRANSIT Friendly Data application. RAISE grants fund shared-use multi-modal corridor in Detroit and several Chicago-area projects. Winnipeg mayoral candidate proposes surface parking tax to match that of built properties.

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The Week in TOD News July 30-August 5, 2022

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.

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The Week in TOD News July 16-22, 2022

Atlantic City starts anti-crash diet. Jersey City approves 1st Bayfront building. MTA removes yellow COVID posters. Bus operators in crisis. History of redlining and housing inequity in Cook County, Illinois.

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The Week in TOD News July 2-8, 2022

Transit agencies struggle to bring back riders. U.S. to provide $1B to reconnect communities. CT advocates hope to correct the record on density and TOD. Japan invests in Bangladeshi transit.

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The Week in TOD News June 25-July 1, 2022

What to transportation projects to build? …planners, engineers, and the public have different ideas. Transit agencies may face fiscal crisis. Repurposing railways for active transport. FTA grants for poverty-stricken areas. Preserve farmland by stopping sprawl.

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The Week in TOD News May 21-27, 2022

Exploring 30 years of TOD planning in the DC region. US DOT announces grants to address homelessness through transit planning. Using short stories to reengage transit riders. DART’s new transit line inspires development north of Dallas.

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