News and resources relating to transit-oriented planning and development

NJ infill project underway

Issue Date: Tue, 2008-07-01 Page Number: 12 The first phase of Liberty Harbor, a 28-block project near the Hudson River in Jersey ...
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As funds vanish, New England looks at how to pursue sustainability

Author: Philip Langdon New Urban Network Every year, the Lincoln Institute of Land Policy in Cambridge, Massachusetts, convenes a New ...
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Five keys to successful retail in a transit-oriented development

Fruitvale Village installs professional and community services in some ground-floor spaces, filling empty retail spots. Five years ago, Fruitvale Village ...
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Light rail produces a burst of development, but not everywhere

Author: Philip Langdon New Urban Network The Denver, Charlotte, and Minneapolis-St. Paul regions all opened new light-rail lines between 2004 ...
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Getting beyond the high-speed rail fiasco

Author: Pbilip Langdon New Urban Network Wounds need to be licked — for a little while. But the proponents of ...
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Wyandanch Rising on Long Island

The Town of Babylon has issued a request for qualifications, due March 18, to build a transit-oriented suburban retrofit. The ...
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