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Orlando Area Getting Commuter Rail

The LYNX station will be one of the stops on the new commuter rail system

$250 million in federal funding had been budgeted for a proposed 61-mile commuter rail system through Volusia, Seminole, Orange and Osceola counties.

Maryland — Exploding with TOD Activity

The Maryland DOT has been committed to transit-oriented, joint and transit-adjacent developments, with many of TOD projects in process.

Boston Suburb Banking on Big TOD

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.

Los Angeles Makes TOD a Priority

Hollywood/Highland Station, Los Angeles

Long viewed as the epitome of auto-centric suburban sprawl, Los Angeles is making a concerted effort to nurture TOD.

TOD Comes to the Texas Capital

Concept Drawing for Crestwood Station

Austin, TX and nearby Leander have approved construction of a new commuter rail link and have launched comprehensive plans for TOD.

Denver Becomes Fertile Ground for TOD

Downtown Denver Transit Map (click to enlarge)

By passing a referendum to dedicate local sales tax revenue toward transit development, Denver voters set in motion ambitious transit expansion plans.

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