On May 18th, 2022, a panel of experts spoke about using Data, Diversity, Density, and Discussion to adapt your downtown right-of-way into an economic and engaging engine and to serve the needs of those traveling by all modes.Read more
Suburban design is a tragedy of the commons. Rural transit improvements in NH. Housing affordability and TOD. Atlanta advances TOD at King Memorial Station.Read more
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.Read more
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 planningRead more
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.Read more
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 BrooklynRead more
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 planningRead more
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.