On May 24, join NJTPA and other community members to hear about best practices and success stories from those who have made TOD happen in their communities.
Join us at the 2015 Downtown New Jersey Annual Conference “Your Downtown: The New Frontier from Main Street to the Highway”
RPA’s Courtenay Mercer joins our board, bringing extensive private- and public-sector land use planning experience to bear.
The EPA’s Smart Location Mapping is a valuable resource for assessing the linkage between land use/urban form and its effects on transportation.
Webinar: Lessons Learned in Linking Land Use and Transportation (fee)
December 12, 2013
12:00 – 1:30 PM EST
Presented by the Institute of Transportation Engineers, this webinar will highlight the importance of local right-of-way preservation and thoroughfare plans in linking land use and transportation. The relationship between Complete Streets and transportation/land use will be examined, as well as lessons learned in Florida, Ohio, Georgia, and Colorado and their applicability to locations throughout the U.S.
Webinars: Communications for Climate Programs (free)
December 4, 11, and 18, 2013
1:00 – 2:30 PM EST
EPA’s State and Local Climate and Energy Program will host a three webinars on communication strategies and methods that state and local governments can use to ensure the ongoing success of climate and clean energy programs. Participants will learn how to design communications strategies to engage and empower stakeholders, use communications methods to instigate and sustain behavioral change and foster individual and community solutions, and effectively communicate their programs’ successes and resulting benefits to diverse audiences.
Downtown New Jersey Excellence Awards
December 2, 2013, 5:30 PM
Location: The Heldrich Center, New Brunswick, NJ
NJTOD.org welcomes our newest board member, Robert Freudenberg, RPA’s New Jersey Director at the Regional Plan Association.
After eight years of publication, the Transit-Friendly Development Newsletter is moving to a new home.
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development awarded Together North Jersey $5 million to develop a Regional Plan for Sustainable Development.