The Week in TOD News November 19-25, 2022

Chicago launches eTOD program ● DC ponders transit subsidies for residents ● GCL to boost local economies ● Phoenix advances affordable TOD neighborhood ● Will ADUs gain acceptance in NYS? ● Montreal Metro improves accessibility

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The Week in TOD News September 17-23, 2022

CA drops parking requirements. RTO and transit ridership. New Brunswick Station gets art. Fares, technology & equitable transit. Philly’s bus lane enforcement initiative. Infill projects for the environment.

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The Week in TOD News August 20-26, 2022

Massachusetts sets multifamily housing rules. Upgrade delays threaten MTA system. More Turnpike lanes won’t relieve congestion. Equitable access to America’s National Parks. Move That Bus! to reduce emissions & increase ridership. Electric bus service in Africa.

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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 4-10, 2020

As stories from the U.S., Europe, and India indicate, micro-mobility via bikes, e-bikes, and walking is emerging as an alternative to traditional transit. TOD in Newark, Plainfield, and Jersey City also makes the news.

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The Week in TOD News May 30-June 5, 2020

This week: musings on shifting trends in urban mobility, the future of public transit ridership, and the movement for safe active transportation. Months of static uncertainty come to an end in the Philippines as the government relaxes quarantine restrictions and restarts its transportation sector. A quick look at deserted streets and empty storefronts in a once-vibrant New Jersey downtown district raises similar concerns for communities all over the state.

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The Week in TOD News March 23-29, 2019

So much TOD news. In NJ, Harrison Yards opens near PATH, NJ Senate’s Main Street Assistance Program, NJ Future’s 2019 Smart Growth Awards, Hoboken’s alternative vehicle ordinance. In other news, NYC’s accessible sidewalks, Utah Transit Authority selects TOD sites, Atlanta Land Trust promotes housing affordability, Chicago RTA funds 9 projects, Pawtucket RI seeks eTOD housing, DDA’s fact-finding trip to Tokyo & Singapore, High Speed Two (UK) designs for now & future.

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