Topic : TOD

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Balancing equity, sustainability an ongoing challenge for transit

Management & Operations| April 4, 2019

METRO Magazine Publisher James Blue's column from the April issue.

WMATA puts downtown headquarters site on the market

Management & Operations| April 2, 2019

The agency purchased an existing building near L'Enfant Plaza for its new DC headquarters.

Rail| April 1, 2019

Tempe Streetcar critical to expanding rail service

The 3.7-mile track circulates around the ASU campus, through downtown Tempe, and along a rapidly growing business district.

Rail| March 27, 2019

Kansas City Streetcar Fuels Economic Boom

Partnerships, policies, and local funding for the 2.2-mile starter line lead to $2 billion in development and counting.

Accessibility| March 12, 2019

St. Louis Metro, partners launch new TOD project

The $11 million development introduces senior apartment living adjacent to the Swansea MetroLink Station in Swansea, Ill.

Management & Operations| February 7, 2019

Cities may be completely redesigned around changed mobility: Study

Focuses on ridesharing, micro-mobility, EVs, and AVs and details their impact on commercial real estate sector.

Management & Operations| January 16, 2019

WMATA selling surplus property to cut costs, generate revenue

Properties in Maryland, Virginia, and the District have potential for commercial, residential, and/or mixed-use development.

Bus| January 3, 2019

Virginia BRT System to Support Future Growth

Fairfax County’s Route 1 project will tie the region together,
providing vital ties to job centers and WMATA’s rail system, as well as spur density growth through the implementation of TOD projects.

Rail| January 2, 2019

Portland streetcar system lands FTA grant

The grant is part of the FTA’s Pilot Program for Transit-Oriented Development Planning, which funds land use and transportation planning along fixed-guideway transit investments.

Management & Operations| December 19, 2018

20 transit oriented development projects awarded FTA funds

Recipients include the Chicago Transit Authority, The Ride, Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority, and IndyGo.

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