The Week in TOD News June 11-17, 2022

Non-Hispanic Black cyclists and pedestrians bare higher risk. Post-pandemic transit demand. Newark’s own Shaq backs new TOD high rise. Riding the slow bus in Queens.

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The Week in TOD News May 14-20, 2022

Suburban design is a tragedy of the commons. Rural transit improvements in NH. Housing affordability and TOD. Atlanta advances TOD at King Memorial Station.

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The Week in TOD News January 1-7, 2022

Pandemic-induced sprawl, living in Bloomfield, affordable housing for families, “ring” route for NYC, and prioritizing cyclists and pedestrians.

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The Week in TOD News September 25-October 1, 2021

Transit agencies seek alternative revenue streams, Newark’s development boom, Seattle community plans for new light rail service, and the DC region looks to prioritize equity in transportation and land use planning

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The Week in TOD News September 11-17, 2021

Development without displacement in Chicago, diversifying office-centric Tysons Corner, analyzing San Jose’s transit village policy, and equitable housing initiatives in Newark

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The Week in TOD News August 14-20, 2021

Transit agencies ‘reopen’ with lower fares and increased service, TODs open on the Raritan Valley Line, and alleys prove to be hidden opportunities for densification.

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The Week in TOD News July 3-9, 2021

A transit-oriented building boom in NJ continues, with planners considering transit expansions too.

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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 June 19-25, 2021

Three affordable housing projects in Camden, Hoboken, and Tarrytown, NY show various approaches to equitable TOD in the region.

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The Week in TOD News June 12-18, 2021

How transit agencies can change their service to meet the post-pandemic commute, and the potential of transit for the climate fight.

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