A new online resource released by the State of Maryland promotes TOD policies and opportunities at the state’s more than 100 transit station
National TOD News
The City of Baltimore has taken a bold step toward making transit-oriented development a reality near its existing and future transit stations.
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation in February recently granted $2 million in low interest loans to Enterprise Community Partners.
Tysons Corner, Virginia, has launched effort to retrofit its sprawling landscape into a more dense environment that could serve as a national model.
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger has signed into law SB 375, declaring it an “historic state-local partnership” to fight suburban sprawl.
Cleveland has big plans for the Euclid Avenue Corridor that are anchored by the bus-rapid transit Euclid Corridor Transportation Project.
The $55 million invested in building the TECO streeetcar system has helped to attract over $1 billion in new private investment.
$250 million in federal funding had been budgeted for a proposed 61-mile commuter rail system through Volusia, Seminole, Orange and Osceola counties.
The Maryland DOT has been committed to transit-oriented, joint and transit-adjacent developments, with many of TOD projects in process.
The construction of a new rail station and the demolition of a General Motors distribution center will lead to a mixed-use TOD in Westwood, MA.