South Amboy Plans Housing and Multimodal Connections

Designated as a NJ Transit Village in 1999 for the area around its rail station, South Amboy now plans its transit friendly future around both its rail and ferry connections and displays an openness to change and collaboration that can help the small city move forward with its redevelopment plans.

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The Week in TOD News October 23-29, 2021

Newark designated NJ Transit Village ■ Policy to support America’s downtowns ■ Jersey City’s SciTech Scity ■ Build Back Better to build or preserve affordable housing ■ Omaha’s new ADU code ■ Glasgow transforms to fight climate change

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The Week in TOD News January 25-31, 2020

Advancing Hoboken Yard Redevelopment; Parking Taxes in Jersey City; NJDOT announces local aid grants; Funds for South Amboy Transit Village improvements. Housing costs, density, quality of life, California Measure G, redevelopment in Boise, crowdfunding affordable housing projects, resizing service vehicles. Point-to-point transit in the Philippines.

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Celebrating 20 Years of the NJ Transit Village Initiative

On November 14, 2019, state and local officials gathered at the College Avenue Student Center at Rutgers University, New Brunswick to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Transit Village Initiative. Hosted by NJDOT, “Growing Transit Villages in the Garden State: Getting it Done” was a chance to take a look back on the achievements of the 33 municipalities that have joined the program and to look forward to the future of NJ Transit-oriented Development (TOD).

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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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