The Week in NJTOD News October 31-November 6, 2020

Change is the watchword of the week. Nationally—renewed commitment to bus customers and approved transit initiatives. Locally—planning efforts for the Glassboro-Camden Line and NJ TRANSIT advances TOD projects. Plus a look at how Fairfax County, Virginia advanced multifamily housing.

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The Week in TOD News November 30-December 6, 2019

In Camden-business improvement district & the economic impact of housing, new TOD near Woodbridge station, and strategies for the Raritan Valley Line. DC preps for more residents, Vision Zero for the suburbs, car-free in Hawai’i. Auckland streets get a colorful makeover and China faces opposition to Belt and Road Initiative.

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The Week in TOD News August 31-September 6, 2019

Amtrak summer repairs, new development, bike lanes, and more in Jersey City, new train service at Avenel Station, ditching the car to fight climate change, new light rail in Snohomish County, WA, TOD in Atlanta, a fee on cars funds transit in Memphis, multi-modal transit hub in Mumbai, Liverpool funds sustainable transport, East Japan Railway Company goes big on retail, and a new high-rise in Sydney.

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The Week in TOD News June 22-28, 2019

PATH OMNY fare system, mixed-use at Woodbridge Station, Camden market-rate housing, NJT & Bayonne to partner at 34th St Station, Montvale’s Mercedes HQ redevelopment. Seattle’s public housing residents get transit passes, Sound Transit plans light rail that spurs development, active transport projects in CA, WMATA pilots late-night worker Lyft program, Art & transit in Stockholm, Driverless train for Calgary Airport, Waterloo’s new light rail, Penang Transport Master Plan

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The Week in TOD News March 16-22, 2019

NJTOD news: Woodbridge advances 50 projects, Oradell-ites voice zoning concerns, 1st home to The Record to be apartments in Hackensack & Plainfield mayor upbeat on Opportunity Zones. Other TOD news: Arts-based development, Protesting Amazon HQ2 in Arlington VA, DC mayor pledges dedicated bus lane funds, Denver microunits, Atlanta autonomous shuttles, Gwinnett Co GA rejects MARTA, Chicago mega-development & Jakarta’s 1st subway line.

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New & Newsworthy: September 2018

NJTOD news from Hoboken, Jersey City, Metuchen, Montclair, Newark, New Brunswick, Somerville, and Woodbridge, as well as from across the country and from Sweden—affordable housing, parking, gentrification, changing retail, and more.

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