The Week in TOD News January 1-7, 2022

Pandemic-induced sprawl, living in Bloomfield, affordable housing for families, “ring” route for NYC, and prioritizing cyclists and pedestrians.

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The Week in TOD News December 18-31, 2021

Cities find ways to adapt to new priorities and technologies. How land use and housing development can lead to climate-friendly practices. Addressing past displacement wrought by highway construction. And many TOD projects move forward.

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The Week in TOD News November 13-19, 2021

Infrastructure bill, learning from the pandemic, Essex-Hudson Greenway, equitable TOD, and upzoning the Gowanus neighborhood

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The Week in TOD News October 30-November 5, 2021

A modified proposal to upgrade Penn Station; inter-agency tensions over ARP funds; cooperative mixed-use development in Michigan; and examples of adaptive reuse from Mexico City.

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The Week in TOD News October 9-15, 2021

New York leverages density bonuses to help make more stations accessible, strategies for resiliency planning in Hoboken, and TODs taking shape in China and Indonesia

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The Week in TOD News September 18-24, 2021

New guidebook when considering transit equity, planned TODs in Bound Brook and Newark, and a model for quality affordable housing from Vienna, Austria

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The Week in TOD News August 14-20, 2021

Transit agencies ‘reopen’ with lower fares and increased service, TODs open on the Raritan Valley Line, and alleys prove to be hidden opportunities for densification.

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The Week in TOD News July 24-30, 2021

A federal infrastructure deal allocates funds for transit, a potential TOD with a new public park in Hoboken, and Denver lowers parking minimums to boost affordable housing production.

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The Week in TOD News July 17-23, 2021

The uneven return of riders to transit, two multifamily projects proposed in Trenton, and Venezuelan architecture offers democratic solutions for low-income housing

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The Week in TOD News July 3-9, 2021

A transit-oriented building boom in NJ continues, with planners considering transit expansions too.

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