The Week in TOD News November 2 – 8, 2019

Transit oriented development, transit station improvements, NJ TRANSIT, transit workforce housing, affordable housing, community land trust, upzoning, YIMBYism, transportation innovation.

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The Week in TOD News October 12-18, 2019

NJ TRANSIT’s Transit art program, station improvements, one-seat ride restoration. Englewood Cliff’s affordable housing suit, Cranford’s downtown boom, Riverside redevelopment. Vision Zero, all things buses (BRT, bus lanes, better bus stops, new service), too much parking in Pittsburgh (at bus centers!) TOD in China, bus lanes in India, sustainable transport in Malaysia.

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Plainfield TOD Open for Business

While working closely with developers to push projects through in a streamlined manner, the administration of Mayor Adrian O. Mapp is also working to maximize benefits for existing residents. The City insists on redevelopment agreements that require developers to carry out neighborhood improvements or make financial contributions to local programs.

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The Week in TOD News September 28-October 4, 2019

NJ TRANSIT & NJ EDA to partner on Transit Hubs, Elizabeth Station upgrades, TOD in Bordentown & Rutherford, Jersey City’s pedestrian plaza. San Diego funds former Navy base redevelopment, Sedona’s transit plan, Cleveland banks on mobility, Metra breaks ground on Rock Island Line station, TOD in Lindenhurst. Riyadh’s 85 new stations, TOD in Dubai, & Vancouver’s 6 new SkyTrain stations.

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The Week in TOD News September 14-20, 2019

Enhancing NJT customer experience, hospital rideshares, Bayonne’s 22nd Street Station TOD, one-seat rides, capital planning, on-demand transit in Jersey City, better TOD planning in Austin TX, MTA’s $51.5 Billion Plan, USC subsidizes employee transit, Nassau County’s block grant, private financing for So-Cal-to-Vegas train, two towers in Sydney AU, a smart city station makeover and expanding service in India

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The Week in TOD News September 7-13, 2019

NJ TRANSIT service expansions, public comments for Port Authority Bus Terminal, new development in Somerville, Jersey City’s public transit ranks 6th in nation, does transit cause displacement?, new transit in Honolulu, the benefits of growing up in urban places, Chicago & San Diego TOD, TRB’s Tactical Transit Study, 39 new stations in Sydney AU, and new investment in Mississauga & Kitchener, ON.

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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 August 17-23, 2019

Newark Penn Station upgrades; Redevelopment moves forward in East Orange, Orange & Rahway; NJ Transit riders to get more info on delays & cancellations. East Brooklyn transit hub, Detroit adopts smart payments, Providence RI state update, Miami FL & Mansfield MA projects, Metro-North as TOD developer. Rail to Québec City, TOD in Malayasia, Vancouver BC & Sydney AU.

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The Week in TOD News August 10-16, 2019

NJTRANSIT looks for TOD partners, Murphy signs “stranded asset” legislature, Redevelopment in Bloomfield, Florence, Jersey City & New Brunswick; and Walkable Somerville. Transforming Uber, Projects in Gresham City, OR, Kissimmee, FL & Redwood, CA, New stations for Metra (Chicago) & Metro’s Gold Line (LA). Copenhagen advances biking, Adaptive reuse at Farringdon Station (London), & Google Maps now displays Lime vehicle availability.

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The Week in TOD News July 13-19, 2019

Proposed pedestrian bridges in Camden and Bayonne, NJBIA salutes redevelopment, NJ TRANSIT approves FY2020 budget. TOD projects in Aurora, CO & Vancouver BC. Service improvements in Staten Island, Detroit-area & Chicago, and Manchester & Liverpool UK.

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