The Week in TOD News August 27-September 2, 2022

California fights NIMBYs. Detroit needs bus operators. Gateway project delays and cost increases. Miami repurposes public space to bridge the digital divide. Richmond VA expands TOD zoning. Can SkyTrain expansions spur affordable housing in Vancouver?

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The Week in TOD News June 25-July 1, 2022

What to transportation projects to build? …planners, engineers, and the public have different ideas. Transit agencies may face fiscal crisis. Repurposing railways for active transport. FTA grants for poverty-stricken areas. Preserve farmland by stopping sprawl.

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The Week in TOD News March 5-11, 2022

New Jersey’s affordable housing funding. Recognizing TOD’s historic roots in Connecticut. Federal funding for electric transit fleets. Improving equity through transit access and walkability in Maryland.

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The Week in TOD News December 4-10, 2021

Transit agencies rethink priorities, bus-oriented development in Hackensack, veterans’ TOD in Jersey City, Chicago invests in affordable housing, and car-free (and parking-free) shopping

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The Week in TOD News October 30-November 5, 2021

A modified proposal to upgrade Penn Station; inter-agency tensions over ARP funds; cooperative mixed-use development in Michigan; and examples of adaptive reuse from Mexico City.

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The Week in TOD News October 16-22, 2021

Cleveland plans more BRT and TOD ▪ Remote work, immigration, and the future of urban centers ▪ Proposed TOD at Wesmont Station in Wallington NJ▪ A car-free future for Downtown Brooklyn

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The Week in TOD News September 4-10, 2021

Transit agencies and developers explore bundling transit passes with rent. NJ TRANSIT towns to see more growth.

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The Week in TOD News July 17-23, 2021

The uneven return of riders to transit, two multifamily projects proposed in Trenton, and Venezuelan architecture offers democratic solutions for low-income housing

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The Week in TOD News June 26-July 2, 2021

Equity in transportation – from many perspectives and at different levels of government – from USDOT looking at systemic bias to local transit agencies making progress on transit-oriented affordable housing.

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The Week in TOD News April 24-30, 2021

Reopening continues apace with a slow and steady return of passengers, support for improved infrastructure and maintenance, and new and more equitable transit-oriented development

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