The Urban Land Institute released a report in 2003 to help municipal officials and planners successfully implement development around transit centers.
Rahway’s commitment to transit-oriented development principles have guided recent revitalization efforts of its downtown.
Joel Schwartz is a principal of Landmark Companies, L.L.C., a design-oriented development firm located in Princeton and Keasbey, New Jersey.
This report studies the demand for housing near America’s rapid transit systems and finds that demand for such housing will likely double by 2025.
In this book, the demographic trends that favor an increasing demand for TOD are outlined,as well as the issues of design, public policy and finance.
This analysis of TOD practice examines its impacts, benefits, and barriers, as well as useful policies and implementation and financing tools.
This handbook is designed to help planning officials, planning and zoning boards and communities create successful TOD environments.
On February 15, 2005 New Brunswick and Journal Square in Jersey City, were designated as New Jersey’s newest Transit Villages.
Somerset County will soon complete work on a transit-oriented development study to help municipalities to effectively implement TOD planning.
NJ TRANSIT has introduced the New Jersey Statewide Smart Commute Initiative to encourage residents to consider homeownership options near transit.