The Week in TOD News September 5-11, 2020

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.

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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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Parking Reform Made Easy

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.

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The Week in TOD News May 30-June 5, 2020

This week: musings on shifting trends in urban mobility, the future of public transit ridership, and the movement for safe active transportation. Months of static uncertainty come to an end in the Philippines as the government relaxes quarantine restrictions and restarts its transportation sector. A quick look at deserted streets and empty storefronts in a once-vibrant New Jersey downtown district raises similar concerns for communities all over the state.

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TOD Mobility: Asbury Park’s Greatest Hits

Mike Manzella, Director of Transportation for Asbury Park, explains how sustainable transportation solutions and a willingness to test new ideas have boosted Asbury Park’s revival as a major shore destination and great place to live and work.

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The Week in TOD News January 25-31, 2020

Advancing Hoboken Yard Redevelopment; Parking Taxes in Jersey City; NJDOT announces local aid grants; Funds for South Amboy Transit Village improvements. Housing costs, density, quality of life, California Measure G, redevelopment in Boise, crowdfunding affordable housing projects, resizing service vehicles. Point-to-point transit in the Philippines.

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The Week in TOD News January 4-10, 2020

West Orange redevelopment, NY Penn Station expansion, and electric vehicles. Denser housing, parking pushback in Chicago, redevelopment without parking in Miami, transportation improvement districts in Newark, Delaware, affordable housing in Seattle. Dubai, Jakarta, and Limerick, Ireland, all advancing TOD.

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Rethinking TOD Parking

Many communities have been slow to adapt parking policies to changes that are reducing demand. Trends such as congestion pricing, ride-hailing, and other mobility options present opportunities as well as challenges to fostering transit-oriented development.

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Tech-Driven Mobility Opportunities & Transit-Oriented Development

The rise of technology-driven mobility presents important opportunities for TOD, making transit more convenient while also opening up a whole new world of flexible mobility options.

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