Topic : transit oriented development

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MBTA approves plan to build apartments, commercial space on top of rail station

Management & Operations| December 6, 2017

The project would occur in three phases. The first would include relocation of the T’s bus services to the Burgin Parkway side of the station. Then, about 300 apartments would be built on what is now the bus loop, access road, and parking lot in front of the station.

Capital Metro’s TOD Priority Tool to help region plan for growth

Management & Operations| October 30, 2017

The free, online resource helps city officials, land developers, neighborhoods and others better understand the potential land-use options that surrounds its MetroRail and MetroRapid stations.

Management & Operations| October 9, 2017

Signature transit centers fulfill cities’ promise

With the growing number of city dwellers, demand for and reliance on urban transit has exploded — a fact that compels metropolitan leaders, transit agencies, and transit system architects to focus greater attention not only on efficiency and operability, but also on designing systems that enhance customers’ daily travel experiences.

Management & Operations| September 25, 2017

L.A. Metro to invest $9M in affordable housing near transit

The Metro Affordable Transportation Connected Housing Program is part of a public-private partnership to loan money to developers to build more affordable housing within a half-mile of transit lines, which in turn could encourage more ridership.

Government Issues| July 7, 2017

Profile: Christine Viña, Project Manager for Urban Design, VIA Metropolitan Transit

She is an ambassador for VIA and San Antonio, where she moved twenty years ago from Washington, D.C. to become executive director of the Southtown Urban Main Street Project. She started working for VIA almost nine years ago, when she accepted the position in project management and urban design.

Rail| January 18, 2017

Chicago Union Station redevelopment plan receives fed assistance

The USDOT Build America Bureau and the City of Chicago are entering into an EmPA agreement, under which Chicago can work closely with USDOT with the ultimate goal of seeking up to $1 billion in federal funding for the project.

Management & Operations| December 12, 2016

5 cities selected to receive technical assistance for TOD projects

The communities will receive in-depth, long-term technical assistance as they plan strategies for successful TOD, which has been shown to provide a boost to local economies.

Rail| October 25, 2016

Dallas' rail-connected development driving regional growth, study says

Completed or under-construction TOD near DART stations has already generated $69 million in state and local tax revenue.

Government Issues| June 9, 2016

Americans overwhelmingly favor land use, zoning reg changes that support TOD

HNTB America THINKS survey also shows Americans willing to pay higher mortgages and rents to live in transit-oriented areas.

Government Issues| December 3, 2015

FTA initiative to help make Transit Oriented Development projects succesful

Has engaged Smart Growth America to run the technical assistance and provide a variety of planning and analysis tools.

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