The Week in TOD News August 20-26, 2022

Massachusetts sets multifamily housing rules. Upgrade delays threaten MTA system. More Turnpike lanes won’t relieve congestion. Equitable access to America’s National Parks. Move That Bus! to reduce emissions & increase ridership. Electric bus service in Africa.

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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 July 2-8, 2022

Transit agencies struggle to bring back riders. U.S. to provide $1B to reconnect communities. CT advocates hope to correct the record on density and TOD. Japan invests in Bangladeshi transit.

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The Week in TOD News February 19-25, 2022

Testing universal basic mobility. Promoting active and engaged communities along Maryland’s new Purple Line. Adapting to rider needs post-pandemic.

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The Week in TOD News November 20-26, 2021

COVID-19 effects, infrastructure funding, and the future of transportation. Managing redevelopment. “$1 house” program. Repurposing suburban malls.

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The Week in TOD News October 23-29, 2021

Newark designated NJ Transit Village ■ Policy to support America’s downtowns ■ Jersey City’s SciTech Scity ■ Build Back Better to build or preserve affordable housing ■ Omaha’s new ADU code ■ Glasgow transforms to fight climate change

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The Week in TOD News July 24-30, 2021

A federal infrastructure deal allocates funds for transit, a potential TOD with a new public park in Hoboken, and Denver lowers parking minimums to boost affordable housing production.

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The Week in TOD News July 3-9, 2021

A transit-oriented building boom in NJ continues, with planners considering transit expansions too.

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The Week in TOD News June 26-July 2, 2021

Equity in transportation – from many perspectives and at different levels of government – from USDOT looking at systemic bias to local transit agencies making progress on transit-oriented affordable housing.

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