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 9-15, 2022

America is short nearly 4 million homes. Hoboken Terminal area due for an upgrade. Routes return to MUNI. Chicago’s eTOD Ordinance draws discussion. Pedestrian deaths continue to rise nationally. How Free Transit worked out for Luxembourg.

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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 January 8-14, 2022

New plans for Newark Bears Stadium, South Amboy attracts commuters, MTA to cap fares, a vision Duluth’s I-35, and Milan’s planned bicycle network

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The Week in TOD News October 16-22, 2021

Cleveland plans more BRT and TOD ▪ Remote work, immigration, and the future of urban centers ▪ Proposed TOD at Wesmont Station in Wallington NJ▪ A car-free future for Downtown Brooklyn

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The Week in TOD News December 5-11, 2020

Local projects such as those in Somerville and Hackensack, as well as renovations to Newark Penn Station and funding for the Portal North Bridge, top this week’s news. Also Hong Kong rolls out COVID-19 testing kits from vending machines.

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Webinar: Missing Middle Housing: Thinking Big and Building Small to Respond to Today’s Housing Crisis (7/28)

Join the Maryland Department of Planning and the Smart Growth Network at 1 p.m. Eastern, Tuesday, July 28, when Parolek, author of the new book, Missing Middle Housing, illustrates how these housing types, when designed well, can be a powerful tool to create the communities that people both want and can afford.

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