Topic : transit-oriented development

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Capital Metro releases RFP for TOD project

Management & Operations| October 3, 2013
The area consists of 11 acres, 10 of which will be redeveloped, while the one-acre Plaza Saltillo will continue to operate unchanged as a MetroRail station.

Report: N.J. transit villages promote economic growth

Rail| October 11, 2012
The report claims building transit villages and other facilities can boost interest in mass transit, improve the environment and foster economic growth.
Rail| October 10, 2012

Denver light rail is hit and miss

In some suburbs, such as Littleton, the light rail has revived retail and increased sales-tax revenue by 70%. However, places like Aurora have experienced little to no change since the arrival of light rail.
Sustainability| October 18, 2010

Living Cities works to generate $150M for TOD

Participants will coordinate their investments, aligning them with federal grants, such as the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's (HUD) Sustainable Communities Planning Grant Program, and invite others to invest alongside them.
Rail| June 9, 2010

TOD project near SEPTA station planned

Project includes construction of apartments with ground-floor stores near Temple University rail station, which connects with several rail lines.

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