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The Transit Friendly Data App

NJ TRANSIT & VTC present version 2.0 of the Transit Friendly Data App!...
LA Metro to partner on 10,000 homes (top-left); RAISE grants (middle-left); Perth, Australia’s top five TOD stations (bottom-left); Penn Station New York renovation moves into preliminary design (right)

The Week in TOD News June 24-30, 2023

Reconstruction of Penn Station NY • Perth Amboy designates areas in need of redevelopment • NJT gets e-bus grant • LA Metro to partner on 10,000 homes • RAISE grants announced • Perth’s – Australia! – top five TOD stations...

Transit Friendly Planning: A Guide for New Jersey Communities

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With a goal of supporting sustainable and affordable lifestyles through accessible mobility, NJ TRANSIT’s Transit Friendly Planning: A Guide for New Jersey Communities seeks to empower diverse stakeholders in making land use decisions that support and encourage transit use...

Recap: Retail and Redevelopment

Best practices for enhancing downtown areas in urban, suburban, and rural locations, as well as instances of new development, redevelopment, and existing properties...
Expanding Amtrak (top-left); Veterans’ TOD (bottom left); Will Baltimore get its Red Line? (right)

The Week in TOD News May 26-June 2, 2023

Will Baltimore get its Red Line? • North Brunswick Station • Veterans’ TOD • Expanding Amtrak • Canada’s New Infrastructure Plan...

The Opportunity of Low Emission Zones

Report link: The Opportunity of Low Emission Zones: A Taming Traffic Deep Dive Report

As urban policymakers strive to create healthier cities, they may tackle the challenge of pollution through the strategic use of Low Emission Zones (LEZs)...

Public Roads Student Writing Competition

Public Roads has announced its first Student Writing Competition, designed to encourage high school and college students interested in or actively pursuing STEM majors to demonstrate their knowledge by writing an article that relates to the transportation industry...
Designing cities for a hotter future (top-left); RIPTA seeks best value procurement (center-left); Xiong'an, China’s city of the future (bottom-left); New Brunswick’s HELIX Phase II plans (right)

The Week in TOD News May 20-26, 2023

Designing cities for a hotter future • New Brunswick’s HELIX Phase II plans • KCATA approves eTOD projects • RIPTA seeks best value procurement • Xiong'an, China’s city of the future...
Paraguay plans for electric mobility (top-left); Surgeon General addresses loneliness (top-right); Parking shapes everything (bottom-left); Raleigh advances BRT (bottom-right)

The Week in TOD News May 13-19, 2023

U.S. Surgeon General addresses loneliness • Funds for Morristown affordable housing renovations • BRT advances in Raleigh • New book explores parking dependency • Paraguay plans for electric mobility...
Playground Cities (top-left); Affordable housing in Irvington (top-right); Congestion Pricing (bottom-left); Sydney’s new Hunter Street Station (bottom-right)

The Week in TOD News May 6-12, 2023

Congestion Pricing • Affordable housing in Irvington • Dropping parking minimums • Playground Cities • Sydney’s new Hunter Street Station...
Historic preservation vs. affordable housing in Denver (top-left); Hoboken approves TOD projects (bottom-left); Second Avenue Subway project moves into East Harlem (top-right); Moving from TOD to TOC (bottom-right)

The Week in TOD News April 29-May 5, 2023

Moving from TOD to TOC • Hoboken approves TOD projects • Historic preservation vs. affordable housing in Denver • Second Avenue Subway project moves into East Harlem...
Googles halts construction in San Jose (top-left); Preserving pedestrian zones with informal retail (bottom-left); NJ’s affordable housing model (right)

The Week in TOD News April 22-28, 2023

Googles halts construction in San Jose ● NJ’s affordable housing model ● Urban-rural collaboration ● MARTA advances Kensington TOD project ● Preserving pedestrian zones with informal retail...