The Week in TOD News November 21-27, 2020

The news this week offers equals parts hope and dread. Spirits have been brightened by the prospect of a new administration that seems genuinely interested in transit infrastructure investment. Yet, the ongoing pandemic, and the financial impacts of reduced transit ridership, still challenges transit agencies. Nonetheless efforts to advance TOD continue.

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The Week in NJTOD News October 31-November 6, 2020

Change is the watchword of the week. Nationally—renewed commitment to bus customers and approved transit initiatives. Locally—planning efforts for the Glassboro-Camden Line and NJ TRANSIT advances TOD projects. Plus a look at how Fairfax County, Virginia advanced multifamily housing.

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The Week in TOD News October 17-23, 2020

The question remains … how do we rebuild trust in public transportation? Plus funding service, rethinking design, affordable housing, new projects, and much more.

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The Week in TOD News August 22-28, 2020

From doomsday scenarios to flexing to new models, transit agencies throughout the U.S. and the world face uncertainty in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite this, transit-friendly projects are moving forward, both here in New Jersey and elsewhere.

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The Week in TOD News October 12-18, 2019

NJ TRANSIT’s Transit art program, station improvements, one-seat ride restoration. Englewood Cliff’s affordable housing suit, Cranford’s downtown boom, Riverside redevelopment. Vision Zero, all things buses (BRT, bus lanes, better bus stops, new service), too much parking in Pittsburgh (at bus centers!) TOD in China, bus lanes in India, sustainable transport in Malaysia.

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The Week in TOD News June 22-28, 2019

PATH OMNY fare system, mixed-use at Woodbridge Station, Camden market-rate housing, NJT & Bayonne to partner at 34th St Station, Montvale’s Mercedes HQ redevelopment. Seattle’s public housing residents get transit passes, Sound Transit plans light rail that spurs development, active transport projects in CA, WMATA pilots late-night worker Lyft program, Art & transit in Stockholm, Driverless train for Calgary Airport, Waterloo’s new light rail, Penang Transport Master Plan

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The Week in TOD News Oct 27-Nov 2, 2018

Redevelopment near three NJ rail stations (Dunellen, Fanwood, and Allendale), new bus connections in Hackensack, and new NJ TOD legislation. From around the nation, balancing historic preservation and development, affordable housing, and increasing density.

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