The Week in TOD News August 10-16, 2019

NJTRANSIT looks for TOD partners, Murphy signs “stranded asset” legislature, Redevelopment in Bloomfield, Florence, Jersey City & New Brunswick; and Walkable Somerville. Transforming Uber, Projects in Gresham City, OR, Kissimmee, FL & Redwood, CA, New stations for Metra (Chicago) & Metro’s Gold Line (LA). Copenhagen advances biking, Adaptive reuse at Farringdon Station (London), & Google Maps now displays Lime vehicle availability.

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Tech-Driven Mobility Opportunities & TOD

The rise of technology-driven mobility presents important opportunities for TOD, making transit more convenient while also opening up a whole new world of flexible mobility options.

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The Week in TOD News March 2-8, 2019

Murphy signs commuter tax benefit legislation, Bound Brook considers pedestrian plaza and housing affordability, funding the Portal Bridge, and increases in office leasing. Also Duke withholds support for Light Rail, Uber goes multimodal, San Diego repeals parking minimums, micro-real-estate solutions to homelessness, TriMet sells land for mixed-use TOD, India approves Agra Metro Rail project and Vancouver considers rental-only zoning.

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