Recent SEPTA station-area plans have been developed for regional rail stations in the Philadelphia suburbs and the in the city of Philadelphia.
Regional TOD News
Vision Long Island has unveiled a 10-point “Smart Growth Agenda” that discusses housing affordability, sustainable development, and mixed-use.
In November 2006, the NYU Wagner Rudin Center for Transportation Policy & Management hosted a public forum on TOD in the New York metropolitan region.
Aetna, the health insurance company, is changing its parking policies in an effort to induce more of its downtown Hartford employees to ride transit.
Connecticut Governor M. Jodi Rell recently took steps to promote “responsible” growth and transit-oriented development.
TOD projects in municipalities outside Philadelphia and Pittsburgh are benefiting from Pennsylvania’s Transit Revitalization Investment District Act.
A Connecticut wire mill that went bankrupt after 180 years of operation has found new life thanks to Smart Growth and TOD.
A number of organizations in Pennsylvania have become involved in the support and application of TOD throughout the Keystone State, such as PenTrans.