The Week in TOD News May 9-15, 2020

COVID-19 impacts give rise to adaptation & experimentation, transit advocacy, slow service rollout, housing shortage & transportation equity concerns, and an examination of housing design. NJ TRANSIT to receive CARES Act funding. A look at the Newark Downtown District. Financial market tightening concerns, Fast housing in San Diego CA. New projects in Santa Rosa CA, Stratford CT & Honolulu HI. Rezoning along BRT in Richmond VA. MRT Jakarta seeks innovative product and service partners.

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The Week in TOD News May 2-8, 2020

Embracing TOD post-pandemic. Land swap in Hoboken, housing proposal for Newark Broad Street Station area. Affordable housing in Dallas, Critiquing rail-to-airport, TOD projects in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Colorado, VMT fees in California. And Sidewalk Labs walks away from its Toronto “Smart City” plans.

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The Week in TOD News February 8-14, 2020

Berkeley Heights, Keansburg, Newark’s South Ward, Princeton, covering mass transit costs. Eco-building in Denver, TOD in Duluth, Corner stores, Affordable housing in San Jose, BRT & development in Spokane, fighting NIMBYism in California. Global sprawl, Unified ticketing in Bangkok, Green connections in Singapore.

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This Week in TOD News–the 2019-2020 Holiday Edition. December 21, 2019–January 3, 2020

The end of the year saw stories about redevelopment in Sayreville, renovations at Newark’s Gateway Center, funding for affordable housing, a proposal for Secaucus Junction. Also a Texas property value study, TOD plans for Connecticut and Long Island, a Utah housing boom, construction plans for Atlanta, and transforming Bengaluru India & Jakarta Indonesia.

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The Week in TOD News October 19-25, 2019

Jersey City bike plans & parking management, Redevelopment near Newark Symphony Hall, Edison’s Affordable Housing Trust Fund, Longer PATH trains. Zero parking in San Diego, High-speed rail, BRT in the San Fernando Valley, Tech startups to address NYC gridlock, Charlotte’s transit districts, Voting to end single-family zoning in Minneapolis. Workplace parking taxes in Nottingham, UK, Chinese-Keynan highway projects, Amazon India takes to the rails.

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The Week in TOD News September 21-27, 2019

Redevelopment: Hoboken Yard, the RiverLINE corridor, near Newark NJPAC, and in Plainfield! Jersey City announces a new shuttle and Little Silver starts sidewalk project. LA Metro releases Women’s Travel study, Seattle system expansion, Denver TOD, activating parks, and electric cars and the environment. Paris’s Ecosystem Neighborhood, Rail in Dhaka, and airport TOD in Poland.

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The Week in TOD News August 24-30, 2019

Long Slip Fill & Rail Enhancement project in Hoboken, Gateway Tunnel budget, redevelopment in Jersey City & Newark, expanded NJT bus service. Google’s vision for San Jose, new TOD in Oakland CA, SIlverthorne CO, Philadelphia PA, Somerville & Cambridge MA, Chicago Transit Authority engages community. Ottawa LRT opens, Mobilinx wins Hurontario LRT contract, starting off slow in Brisbane AU.

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The Week in TOD News April 27-May 3, 2019

The weekly TOD news. In NJ, mixed-income TOD in West Orange, Mulberry Commons opens in Newark, redevelopment in Dunellen. Beyond NJ, who killed Durham-Orange light rail, NYC’s playground deserts, coworking finds a new home–parking spaces, falling ridership in Atlanta, Denver’s new Gold Line, and Candiac Station TOD.

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The Week in TOD News Feb 2-8, 2019

This week’s NJ TOD news: Performing Arts Center to open near Avenel Station, Raritan plans station area upgrades, Queen Latifah-backed project will have summer groundbreaking, and a Weehawken project now leasing. Also news from Chicago, Fullerton CA, Indianapolis, Malden MA, a TOD critique of the Green New Deal, a housing plan for Exeter, UK, and a TO Affordable Housing Study in Vancouver, BC.

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The Week in TOD News Jan 26-Feb 1, 2019

Public art and startup coworking space in Camden and Newark Penn Station leasing revenues. A Green New Deal, affordable housing in Seattle, the effect of the federal shutdown on transit, measuring growth near transit in DC metro area, and proposed shuttles to T stops on the Newton-Needham Line. Car-free downtown Oslo and the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor.

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