Weekly TOD news briefs. In NJ, the Princeton Dinky and Atlantic City Line return, politics in Gateway funding, Trenton Artwalk receives sustainability grant, Montclair rents soar. In other news, WMATA seeks joint developer for Huntington site, placemaking efforts around MD transit, Dallas residents protest bikesharing & Buenos Aires gets an elevated viaduct on the Tigre Line.Read more
Named the state’s 29th Transit Village, the Borough of Park Ridge is focusing on pedestrian improvements and zoning changes to achieve its TOD goals.Read more
News from Bound Brook, Cranford, the Hudson waterfront, Montclair, and Woodbridge, as well as the relationship between housing and transportation costs.Read more
News briefs on Carteret, Elizabeth, Hawthorne, the Hudson Gold Coast, stations along the Morris & Essex Line, Morristown, and Somerville, as well as parking, Washington, DC, and living near transit.Read more
A range of transit oriented developments and planning efforts are boosting Bloomfield as a key transit hub on the Montclair-Boonton Line.Read more
In some Pittsburgh neighborhoods, bus rapid transit is playing an integral role in spurring investment for residents rebuilding for the 21st century.Read more
Report link: LISC: Our Investments in Transit-Oriented Development
Promoting the welfare of existing residents and newcomers alike is the goal when the Local Initiatives Support Corporation takes on a TOD project.
In March 2014, the New Jersey Department of Transportation designated Plainfield New Jersey’s newest Transit Village.Read more
When completed, Wesmont Station will encompass residential, commercial and recreational uses as well as provide a new transit connection to New York.Read more
Report link: Transit-Oriented Development: Developing a Strategy to Measure Success
This digest offers a strategy to systematically evaluate the potential success of transit-oriented development.