Transit Development
Transit: Transit village on move

Transit: Transit village on move

Posted 01.20.2011 | Categories: Transit Development | No Comments

The city’s ambitious plans to create a transit village between Montclair Plaza and the Montclair TransCenter are finally getting started.

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Transit: Opinion, Time to prepare for transit-oriented development

Posted 01.19.2011 | Categories: Transit Development | No Comments

If the Southeast Valley learns one thing in this economy, it is that a recession is a terrible thing to waste.

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Transit: PennDOT Awards $24.7M for Local Smart Transportation Projects

Posted 01.12.2011 | Categories: Transit Development | No Comments

“Smart Transportation” projects in 41 communities across the state will get a boost from $24.7 million in funding under the second round of the Pennsylvania Community Transportation Initiative grants.

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Transit: NJ Transit moves forward in effort to privatize parking lots

Posted 12.14.2010 | Categories: Parking Facilities, Transit Development | No Comments

In a state where three-quarters of its residents live within five miles of a transit station and 10 percent of the work force travels by public transit — the highest statewide rate in America — the NJ Transit station parking lots could be paved with gold.

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Transit: Developers arriving at E. Austin train station

Posted 12.14.2010 | Categories: Transit Development | No Comments

Development plans around the Plaza Saltillo metro rail stop, just east of downtown, are taking shape.

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Transit: MARC development moves along

Posted 12.13.2010 | Categories: Transit Development | No Comments

Plans to transform the parking lot at the Savage MARC train station in Howard County into a small community of homes, offices, stores and a hotel are moving closer to fruition, part of Maryland’s long effort to redevelop mass-transit parking lots.

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Transit: Not So Hot TODs

Transit: Not So Hot TODs

Posted 12.01.2010 | Categories: Transit Development | No Comments

Sputtering rail, sputtering economy – the uncertain fate of Red Line development

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Transit: South Hills ‘transit-oriented development’ could be first of many

Posted 11.16.2010 | Categories: Transit Development | No Comments

When James Aiello Sr. first pitched his idea for building apartments and shops atop the Port Authority’s Castle Shannon light rail park-and-ride, the dot-com boom was in full swing, and the real-estate bust was nearly a decade away.

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Transit: Officials want economic development to be part of light rail

Posted 11.16.2010 | Categories: Transit Development | No Comments

Urban planners and promoters of light rail often cite the 52-mile MAX light-rail system in Portland, Ore., for generating several billion dollars of real estate development around its stations since it began operating in 1986.

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Transit: El Monte takes on $22M in debt to advance transit village

Posted 11.15.2010 | Categories: Transit Development | No Comments

The City Council took a $22 million leap into debt Tuesday to advance a long-promised development project that could one day surround the El Monte Transit Center.

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