Development, population growth, improved transit service, and planning efforts are helping to create a vibrant TOD community in Bound Brook, NJ.
NJ TOD News
Two decades of self-assessment, planning, public engagement, and redevelopment help South Orange achieve its TOD goals.
With the goal of transit-oriented redevelopment in mind, in 2013 Perth Amboy undertook TOD planning efforts and is moving to implement those plans.
When completed, Wesmont Station will encompass residential, commercial and recreational uses as well as provide a new transit connection to New York.
Cranford, a New Jersey Transit Village, is now home to two TOD projects, Cranford Crossing and Riverfront at Cranford Station.
A former industrial city, Garwood is trying to outgrow that past by redeveloping old industrial sites near its NJ Transit station and bus service.
Redevelopment of a former industrial in site in Wood-Ridge as a transit-oriented development near the new Wesmont station is making progress.
Located only 8 miles from Manhattan, Newark enjoys a number of distinct advantages that makes it an obvious case for transit-oriented development.
The first phase of a mixed-use transit-oriented development community in Bordentown will likely begin this year.
In October, Somerville’s development plans for its former landfill received a boost when it was designated as a Brownfield Development Area.