The Week in TOD News March 30-April 5, 2019

NJ TOD news! NJT Hudson River tunnel contingency planning RFP, Gateway Devt Corp recruits repair expertise, Jersey City’s University Place fills last retail spot, Lackawanna Plaza redevelopment to begin, NJ EDA launches Small Business Lease Assistance program & NJT/Matawan seek redevelopment partners. Other TOD news! Baltimore’s efforts to rehab former black culture hub, Congestion pricing in NYC, Seattle’s “Tech-Train” TOD, What’s next for GoTriangle?, Malaysian Tech Hub & German parking-free neighborhood.

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The Week in TOD News Jan 26-Feb 1, 2019

Public art and startup coworking space in Camden and Newark Penn Station leasing revenues. A Green New Deal, affordable housing in Seattle, the effect of the federal shutdown on transit, measuring growth near transit in DC metro area, and proposed shuttles to T stops on the Newton-Needham Line. Car-free downtown Oslo and the Delhi-Mumbai Industrial Corridor.

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The Week in TOD News Oct 20-26 2018

This week’s TOD news includes NJ stories from Matawan, Morristown, Newark, Red Bank and Trenton. News from Atlanta, Buffalo, Seattle, and on TOD planning for the Durham-Orange Light-Rail, and a story from Galway, Ireland.

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The Week in TOD News Oct 13-19 2018

NJ TOD news from Hoboken, Jersey City, Newark, and Red Bank. From around the nation—a look the Minneapolis 2040 plan, community-based planning in Seattle’s U District, affordable TOD housing in Chicago, senior housing in Manhattan and San Francisco, and co-living in CA.

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New and Newsworthy: May 2018

NJTOD news from Cherry Hill, Dunellen, Hackensack, Linden, Pleasantville, Roselle Park, Somerville, and West Windsor. National news on how transit affects property values, equitable TOD, and FTA grants.

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New and Newsworthy: March-April 2016

The latest from Hackensack, Montclair, Newark, Orange, Rutherford, Somerville, Union, and Westfield. Plus news on embracing density in the suburbs, first floor retail, workforce housing, and the Schuylkill Yards project in Philadelphia.

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