The Senate Banking Committee introduced legislation in August that, if passed, would spur better land use practices.
Moving Cooler: An Analysis of Transportation Strategies for Reducing Greenhouse Gas Emissions (2009)
Moving Cooler asserts that the US must encourage compact development, reduce driving and expand mass transit use in order to reduce GHG emissions.
The NJ Department of Transportation has designated Orange and the area around its NJ TRANSIT Orange Station as the state’s 20th Transit Village.
In spite of the bleak economy, Morristown’s new transit village is coming alive.
The Rutherford Station is undergoing a two-year restoration of the historic station’s original exterior and improvements to its interior.
New Brunswick has been redeveloping its rail station area in recent years by strengthening educational, cultural, health care and residential uses.
Work has finally begun on the redevelopment of a former supermarket site in Metuchen.
The first redevelopment project at The Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor has been completed at the 430-acre, two-mile long stretch of land.
Construction of the highly anticipated Montclair Residences at the NJ TRANSIT Bay Street Station in Montclair is near completion.
The Delaware River Port Authority presented its recommendations in May for introducing a PATCO light rail service between Camden and Glassboro.