New Jersey’s two light rail lines form valuable links to existing transportation infrastructure, providing riders more options for destinations.
For the past two decades, A. Nelessen Associates in Belle Mead, NJ has been involved in projects utilizing transit-oriented urban design principles.
Over the past decade, Cranford has invested heavily in efforts to attract new businesses and residents, including a successful transit village bid.
As Vice President of LCOR Inc., a national real estate company, Anthony Marchetta has worked on numerous TOD projects throughout New Jersey.
In this innovative book, UCLA planning professor Donald Shoup challenges traditional parking methodologies and strategies.
This digest offers a strategy to systematically evaluate the potential success of transit-oriented development.
Netcong borough officials were informed September 29, 2005 of their official designation as New Jersey’s next Transit Village.
Four Transit Villages received FY2005 project awards totally $1 million provided by the New Jersey Transportation Trust fund.
A new pedestrian overpass has opened at South Amboy station linking the parking lot on the north side with a new transit plaza on the south side.
By passing a referendum to dedicate local sales tax revenue toward transit development, Denver voters set in motion ambitious transit expansion plans.