The Week in TOD News November 19-25, 2022

Chicago launches eTOD program ● DC ponders transit subsidies for residents ● GCL to boost local economies ● Phoenix advances affordable TOD neighborhood ● Will ADUs gain acceptance in NYS? ● Montreal Metro improves accessibility

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The Week in TOD News October 22-28, 2022

Removing highways and breaking down barriers ● Rising infections but MTA has no plans for masks ● Glassboro-Camden Line takes next step ● Tech solutions without smartphones ● Montgomery County MD approves plans, promotes density & transit ● Montréal’s Côte-St-Luc embraces 15-minute city principles

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The Week in TOD News August 13-19, 2022

FTA funds new Union City bus terminal. NY-MTA’s ongoing ridership woes. New features for NJ TRANSIT Friendly Data application. RAISE grants fund shared-use multi-modal corridor in Detroit and several Chicago-area projects. Winnipeg mayoral candidate proposes surface parking tax to match that of built properties.

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The Week in TOD News May 14-20, 2022

Suburban design is a tragedy of the commons. Rural transit improvements in NH. Housing affordability and TOD. Atlanta advances TOD at King Memorial Station.

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The Week in TOD News May 7-13, 2022

Neglected bus stops and infrastructure dollars. A new normal for post-pandemic ridership? Changing NJ’s affordable housing rules. Bike parking at transit hubs. Zoning reform for transit and sustainability goals. Support for taller buildings and high-density housing in Auckland.

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The Week in TOD News April 23-29, 2022

Why wear a mask on public transportation. Suburban living without a car. Zoning and segregation in Connecticut. Smart growth for Nevada. IPCC calls for systemic change in transportation and urban planning

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The Week in TOD News January 15-21, 2022

NJ TRANSIT selected for FTA’s TOD Pilot Program. Feds clear the way for Gateway Tunnel project. MA wants suburbs to build apartments near transit. NY Governors supports ADUs & TOD legislation.

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The Week in TOD News October 16-22, 2021

Cleveland plans more BRT and TOD ▪ Remote work, immigration, and the future of urban centers ▪ Proposed TOD at Wesmont Station in Wallington NJ▪ A car-free future for Downtown Brooklyn

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The Week in TOD News September 25-October 1, 2021

Transit agencies seek alternative revenue streams, Newark’s development boom, Seattle community plans for new light rail service, and the DC region looks to prioritize equity in transportation and land use planning

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