Bus Rapid Transit has emerged as an efficient and affordable investment concept for converting urban bus routes into a modern, fast, reliable service.
With the deep slump in New Jersey’s housing market, one bright spot remains—locations that are transit-rich.
The Urban Land Institute has issued this report to address growth and developmental strategies designed to curb greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
Currie offers an assessment of the strengths and weakness of bus transit-oriented development (BTOD) and discusses the issues confronting BTOD.
The Jersey City Planning Board has granted site plan approval for two mixed-used towers adjacent to the Journal Square PATH station.
Metuchen has received a Smart Future grant of $50,000 to continue its public outreach efforts in support of redevelopment.
Cleveland has big plans for the Euclid Avenue Corridor that are anchored by the bus-rapid transit Euclid Corridor Transportation Project.
Governor Eliot Spitzer has created a New York Smart Growth Cabinet to determine how best to discourage sprawl and promote smart land use practices.
The city of Beacon, located 60 miles north of New York City, continues with efforts to develop near its newly modernized rail station.
Governor Jon Corzine has signed the Urban Transit Hub Tax Credit Act to encourage redevelopment and job growth at locations served by transit.