The Week in TOD News October 10-16, 2020

The future of public transportation in a post-pandemic world still figures large in the week’s news, complicated by changing work and travel patterns, perceptions of safety, and issues of funding. Plus a look at how zoning practices affect the supply of affordable housing.

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The Week in TOD News September 26-October 2, 2020

The future is on everyone’s mind this week… how the pandemic will affect cities, transportation, economic activity, corporate locations, and more. Doomsday scenarios look at the impacts of transit service reductions, while glimmers of hope can be seen in Detroit, Boston, and elsewhere.

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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 May 23-29, 2020

Cities and organizations look to promote sustainable practices post-pandemic. Jersey City and Plainfield projects. Portal Bridge funds. TOD from around the country. And work progresses on one of the world’s largest underground transportation hubs in Beijing.

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The Week in TOD News May 9-15, 2020

COVID-19 impacts give rise to adaptation & experimentation, transit advocacy, slow service rollout, housing shortage & transportation equity concerns, and an examination of housing design. NJ TRANSIT to receive CARES Act funding. A look at the Newark Downtown District. Financial market tightening concerns, Fast housing in San Diego CA. New projects in Santa Rosa CA, Stratford CT & Honolulu HI. Rezoning along BRT in Richmond VA. MRT Jakarta seeks innovative product and service partners.

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The Week in TOD News May 2-8, 2020

Embracing TOD post-pandemic. Land swap in Hoboken, housing proposal for Newark Broad Street Station area. Affordable housing in Dallas, Critiquing rail-to-airport, TOD projects in Connecticut, Pennsylvania, and Colorado, VMT fees in California. And Sidewalk Labs walks away from its Toronto “Smart City” plans.

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