The Week in TOD News September 11-17, 2021

Development without displacement in Chicago, diversifying office-centric Tysons Corner, analyzing San Jose’s transit village policy, and equitable housing initiatives in Newark

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The Week in TOD News September 4-10, 2021

Transit agencies and developers explore bundling transit passes with rent. NJ TRANSIT towns to see more growth.

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The Week in TOD News April 17-23, 2021

New federal funding formulas and leadership look to promote equity, sustainability, and TOD.

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The Week in TOD News October 26 – November 1, 2019

Central NJ infrastructure improvements, Bayonne MOTBY projects, Next steps for North Brunswick Station, Spotlights on Rutherford and Harrison. Affordable housing adjacent the Harlem African Burial Grounds, above San Francisco’s bus yard, and in South Florida, BRT in Indianapolis, Chicago to look at last mile connections. Jarkarta as a multimodal modal, Chile protests fare increases, and Vienna’s livability secrets.

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The Week in TOD News October 19-25, 2019

Jersey City bike plans & parking management, Redevelopment near Newark Symphony Hall, Edison’s Affordable Housing Trust Fund, Longer PATH trains. Zero parking in San Diego, High-speed rail, BRT in the San Fernando Valley, Tech startups to address NYC gridlock, Charlotte’s transit districts, Voting to end single-family zoning in Minneapolis. Workplace parking taxes in Nottingham, UK, Chinese-Keynan highway projects, Amazon India takes to the rails.

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The Week in TOD News Dec 29, 2018-Jan 4, 2019

Our weekly look at TOD news. NJ stories from East Orange and Newark as well as those about the PATH and migration patterns. News from elsewhere includes bikes on the DC Metro, TOD development in Boston, Minneapolis, and San Jose, and Greenville SC gets an FTA TOD planning grant.

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The Week in TOD News Oct 13-19 2018

NJ TOD news from Hoboken, Jersey City, Newark, and Red Bank. From around the nation—a look the Minneapolis 2040 plan, community-based planning in Seattle’s U District, affordable TOD housing in Chicago, senior housing in Manhattan and San Francisco, and co-living in CA.

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What We Are Reading: May-June 2015

News briefs on redevelopment in Jersey City, Newark, and Somerville as well as the reuse of suburban office parks, millennial settlement patterns, the decline of home ownership, reduced parking requirements in Minneapolis, and New Balance buying its own station in Boston.

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