The Week in TOD News September 3-9, 2022

Japan’s pedestrian safety success. NYC MTA drops mask mandate. Upgrades begin at Exchange Place. Will Houston widen its highways? Plans for Ybor City, Tampa. Germany’s transit sale yields environmental benefits.

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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 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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