The Week in TOD News February 20-26, 2021

A likely transit bailout leads agencies to plan for the future. California chips away at single-family housing regulations.

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The Week in TOD News January 16-22, 2021

Although we still have almost two months until spring, this week’s news brings reports of “thawing” on TOD, transit, and redevelopment projects. Gateway, Port Authority Bus Terminal, Newark, Jersey City … all have taken, or will soon take, a step forward.

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The Week in TOD News October 24-30, 2020

Planning for transit in the “new normal” post-COVID world, including a look at technology. Plus advancing affordable housing projects and preparing for climate change.

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The Week in TOD News October 10-16, 2020

The future of public transportation in a post-pandemic world still figures large in the week’s news, complicated by changing work and travel patterns, perceptions of safety, and issues of funding. Plus a look at how zoning practices affect the supply of affordable housing.

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The Week in TOD News September 12-18, 2020

The news this week looks at the safety and the future of transit and urban places. Plus equity, accessibility, and affordability figure large in new TOD efforts.

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The Week in TOD News August 22-28, 2020

From doomsday scenarios to flexing to new models, transit agencies throughout the U.S. and the world face uncertainty in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite this, transit-friendly projects are moving forward, both here in New Jersey and elsewhere.

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The Week in TOD News July 25-31, 2020

This week, articles focus on how transit agencies—and the people who ride transit—are adapting to pandemic conditions; how crises can inspire opportunities for lasting and meaning improvement; and how TOD can be harnessed to address access to affordable housing.

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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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