The uneven return of riders to transit, two multifamily projects proposed in Trenton, and Venezuelan architecture offers democratic solutions for low-income housingRead more
Three affordable housing projects in Camden, Hoboken, and Tarrytown, NY show various approaches to equitable TOD in the region.Read more
Report link: TOD and Park-and-Ride: Which is Appropriate Where?
Researchers from San Jose State University explore the short-term and long-term impacts of Park-and-Rides and TOD upon transit ridership.
In this MTI Research Snaps, researchers will discuss their recent work on where parking provides a boost to bus and train ridership versus that of transit-adjacent housing.Read more
Transit agencies are asking for billions of dollars in COVID-19 relief funds. Will a transit-friendly crop of leaders in Washington be able to deliver?Read more
Changing times: “How Full is My Ride?” NJT mobile app; Lincoln Tunnel bus lanes resume; Denver’s new N-Line. Green TOD in Stamford, Texas high-speed rail; Chicago links equitable TOD and inclusionary housing; Tel Aviv pilots wireless electric roads for public transport.Read more
To address the impacts of COVID, transit agencies join together as do urban mayors throughout the world. Closer to home, Somerville and East Brunswick approve plans, And a look at the O-Bahn in Adelaide, Australia.Read more
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.Read more
On Tuesday, August 4 at 1pm — join Richard W. WIllson, Ph.D., FAICP and Smart Growth Online for Parking Reform Made Easy, a live webinar.Read more
Report link: Parking: A Major Barrier to Equitably Oriented Transit
The Chicago-based Strong, Prosperous, and Resilient Communities Challenge (SPARCC) recently investigated the relationship between parking policies and provision and efforts to implement equitable TOD.