The Week in TOD News November 30-December 6, 2019

In Camden-business improvement district & the economic impact of housing, new TOD near Woodbridge station, and strategies for the Raritan Valley Line. DC preps for more residents, Vision Zero for the suburbs, car-free in Hawai’i. Auckland streets get a colorful makeover and China faces opposition to Belt and Road Initiative.

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The Week in TOD News November 23-29, 2019

Redevelopment, parking minimums, mixed-use development, transit oriented development, NJ Transit, real estate development, community land trust, North Brunswick Station, Massachusetts Gateway cities, smart growth, rezoning, transit development funds, affordable housing, questioning the value of urban highways

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The Week in TOD News November 16-22, 2019

Transit oriented development, mixed use development, redevelopment, suburban corporate parks, greenspace-oriented development, infill development, PATH train service extension, Lincoln Tunnel pilot project, Camden Transit hub, rezoning, parking-free apartments, bullet trains, high-speed railways, transit subsidies

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The Week in TOD News November 2 – 8, 2019

Transit oriented development, transit station improvements, NJ TRANSIT, transit workforce housing, affordable housing, community land trust, upzoning, YIMBYism, transportation innovation.

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Plainfield TOD Open for Business

While working closely with developers to push projects through in a streamlined manner, the administration of Mayor Adrian O. Mapp is also working to maximize benefits for existing residents. The City insists on redevelopment agreements that require developers to carry out neighborhood improvements or make financial contributions to local programs.

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Harrison TOD: Development Gathers Pace in Former “Beehive of Industry”

The Town of Harrison was once a manufacturing powerhouse known as the “Beehive of Industry.” Decades after the assembly lines fell silent, Harrison is once again alive with activity. Moving away from – but not forgetting – its industrial past, the town has embraced a vision of a walkable, mixed-use community with prime access to the region’s job market.

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