The Week in TOD News March 21-27, 2020

NJ TOD work continues with a property sale in Metuchen, construction in Somerville, a project completion in Rahway, and progress in Hoboken. Also meeting Opportunity Zones challenges, TOD student housing in Miami, a 19-mile multi-use trail in Denton, Texas, learning to understand and address pandemics, and form-based code in India.

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The Week in TOD News February 15-21, 2020

Rebranding Rahway using art, Redevelopment in Bayonne. Ride-hailing & congestion, Building housing near transit, Charlotte transit projects, Senior TOD in Miami, YIMBY movement, Green cities and affordability. Paris seeks 15-minute city, Building transit and TOD in Jakarta.

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Creating Places for People: Placemaking in Transit-Friendly Downtowns

Planners, municipal officials, members of the real estate community, and placemaking experts gathered in New Brunswick on December 6th for the 2nd TOD in Your Downtown Forum – Creating Places for People: Placemaking in Transit-Friendly Downtowns – and shared the how-tos of placemaking, discussed outcomes and impacts of implementing placemaking strategies, and answered the question, “What makes a great place?”

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The Week in TOD News August 17-23, 2019

Newark Penn Station upgrades; Redevelopment moves forward in East Orange, Orange & Rahway; NJ Transit riders to get more info on delays & cancellations. East Brooklyn transit hub, Detroit adopts smart payments, Providence RI state update, Miami FL & Mansfield MA projects, Metro-North as TOD developer. Rail to Québec City, TOD in Malayasia, Vancouver BC & Sydney AU.

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New & Noteworthy: July 2018

News on millennials relocating to the suburbs, the number of school-children in NJ rental housing, projects in Montclair, Linden, and Hoboken. Also visions for clean transport in the Northeast, new TOD in Toronto, increasing density at LA stations, and Boston efforts to help commuters.

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What We Are Reading: May-June 2015

News briefs on redevelopment in Jersey City, Newark, and Somerville as well as the reuse of suburban office parks, millennial settlement patterns, the decline of home ownership, reduced parking requirements in Minneapolis, and New Balance buying its own station in Boston.

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