The Week in TOD News July 9-15, 2022

America is short nearly 4 million homes. Hoboken Terminal area due for an upgrade. Routes return to MUNI. Chicago’s eTOD Ordinance draws discussion. Pedestrian deaths continue to rise nationally. How Free Transit worked out for Luxembourg.

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The Week in TOD News January 29-February 4, 2022

New Jersey announces next round of Transit Village funding. Chicago’s first transit riders’ union holds Transit Equity Day rally. Aligning transit and land use. Reforming zoning.

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The Week in TOD News January 22-28, 2022

U.S. DOT announces new programs and cites Hoboken as a national model. Advancing affordable housing in LA. Transit worker shortages. Toronto offers effective transit-oriented communities roadmap.

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The Week in TOD News September 18-24, 2021

New guidebook when considering transit equity, planned TODs in Bound Brook and Newark, and a model for quality affordable housing from Vienna, Austria

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The Week in TOD News April 10-16, 2021

This week’s news highlights the hyper-local politics of implementing denser, more equitable development.

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The Week in TOD News April 3-9, 2021

State Legislatures in Oregon, Colorado, and Connecticut consider expanding opportunities for TOD through zoning and other legislation—following a path already taken by Massachusetts

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The Week in TOD News March 20-26, 2021

Long term … restoring public confidence in transit will help fight climate change—as will encouraging more TOD.

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The Week in TOD News March 13-19, 2021

Using TOD to address equity concerns through zoning, redevelopment, and affordable housing. Transit agencies work to ready themselves for a post-pandemic world.

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The Week in TOD News March 6-12, 2021

New COVID relief bill spurs growing optimism. Transit agencies step up efforts to get riders to vaccination locations. More TOD projects embrace affordable and workforce housing.

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The Week in TOD News February 20-26, 2021

A likely transit bailout leads agencies to plan for the future. California chips away at single-family housing regulations.

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