The Week in TOD News March 9–15, 2019

This week’s NJ TOD news… Jersey City loses No. 4 bus, owner offers Somerville Station for sale, state senator proposes one-seat ride legislation, NJ & NY lawmakers react to Gateway funding denial, and deal reached to keep Portal Bridge closed during rush hour. Also… amendments to CA Transit-Housing Bill, capping highways with parks in Atlanta, living near but not traveling by transit, Las Vegas TOD and TOD policy from Delhi, India

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The Week in TOD News Jan 12-18, 2019

In this week’s NJ TOD news… a designer selected for Jersey City’s Bayfront, development plans for Plainfield, new development in Somerville, and proposed tax incentives. Also news from Atlanta, Baltimore, Cleveland, San Diego, San Jose, and Kempas, Malaysia.

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The Week in TOD News Dec 8-14, 2018

This week’s TOD news briefs… selling station air rights, possible Amtrak stop at Secaucus, redevelopment in Fanwood, Paterson, and Somerville. Beyond NJ… density’s role in fighting climate change, suburbanites want urban amenities, Chicago expands its TOD policy, and TOD in the Philippines.

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New & Newsworthy: September 2018

NJTOD news from Hoboken, Jersey City, Metuchen, Montclair, Newark, New Brunswick, Somerville, and Woodbridge, as well as from across the country and from Sweden—affordable housing, parking, gentrification, changing retail, and more.

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New and Newsworthy: January-February 2016

News on NJ Transit Villages, Jersey City redevelopment, reductions in driving, density as a tool to fight climate change & inequality, affordable housing in TOD, problems with too much parking, and the economic impacts of BRT.

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What We Are Reading: September-October 2015

The latest news on commuters to Panasonic in Newark, development in Bayonne, Camden, Hackensack, Jersey City, Metuchen, and Somerville as well as bus TOD in Pittsburgh, FTA planning projects, and much more.

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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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