Topic : TOD

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$20M available to improve access to transit in communities

Management & Operations| April 14, 2016

The TOD Planning Pilot Program provides grants for comprehensive planning in communities that are developing or implementing major new public transportation projects.

Calif. High-Speed Rail Authority strikes station-area planning agreement

Mobility| April 5, 2016

Accord with City of San José Ensures a collaborative effort between local and regional transportation partners to develop new, intermodal transportation opportunities for the region and encourage transit-oriented development and smart growth policies.

Mobility| April 5, 2016

FTA to provide 9 cities with TOD technical assistance

As part of the FTA’s nationwide transit-oriented development initiative, the technical assistance will create opportunities that jumpstart local economies and strengthen communities, with a focus on boosting disadvantaged areas.

Rail| July 29, 2015

$8.2B invested along 20 miles of Valley Metro light rail

Economic development within one-half mile of the system has been stimulated by ridership that has exceeded original projections. Valley Metro began compiling development activity since construction started in 2005 as part of an economic development database.

Rail| July 17, 2015

Denver RTD adding new station, TOD to East Rail Line

The Peña Boulevard Station will be the sixth eastbound stop on the trip from Denver Union Station to the airport. The travel time from downtown to DIA will be 37 minutes with trains running every 15 minutes during peak times.

Management & Operations| May 29, 2015

Chicago RTA funds 4 TOD zoning projects

The projects are among 16 that were awarded in 2015 with funding totaling $810,000. The RTA is providing approximately $85,000 in federal grant and local match funds to support these zoning updates that will encourage transit-friendly development.

Bus| October 13, 2014

Houston's Metro boosting rail, revamping bus network

METRO spoke with Metro’s President/CEO Thomas C. Lambert about his journey from police officer to head of a public transportation system as well as the success the agency has experienced over the last several years and EXPO.
Management & Operations| September 3, 2014

MBTA opens first new station in 27 years

Assembly is the first new MBTA subway station to be opened since the southern portion of the Orange Line was moved from the Washington Street Elevated Line to the Southwest Corridor in 1987.

Management & Operations| August 8, 2014

MARTA expanding rail station concessions

The new initiative will include food, beverage and specialty retail offerings at select rail stations that will expand and enhance MARTA’s existing beverage and snack vending program that was launched in 2010.
Bus| July 22, 2014

MARTA developing real estate as way to generate revenue, riders

The agency has pushed forward with plans to develop under-used parking lots at three stations into mixed-use commercial and residential buildings.

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