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Transit Supportive Development Forum

On May 24, join NJTPA and other community members to hear about best practices and success stories from those who have made TOD happen in their communities.

Park Ridge Named 29th NJ Transit Village

Named the state’s 29th Transit Village, the Borough of Park Ridge is focusing on pedestrian improvements and zoning changes to achieve its TOD goals.

What We Are Reading: March/April 2015

Welcome to “What We Are Reading.” Here, we present some recent news and notes on transit-oriented development trends both here in New Jersey and nationally.


Montclair project’s ‘green’ features target millennials

By Joshua Burd, NJBiz, April 14, 2015
Looks at a project that addresses the needs and demands of this growing demographic cohort. In addition to walkability and transit accessibility, the development includes amenities that promote sustainability and wellness.


Redevelopment creates a neighborhood in downtown Cranford

By Katie Lannan, NJ.

What We Are Reading: January/February 2015

Welcome to a new feature on NJTOD.org, “What We Are Reading.”  Here, we will present some recent news and notes on transit-oriented development trends both here in New Jersey and nationally.


Apartments, retail proposed in Hawthorne
By Kristie Cattafi, The Gazette (Hawthorne Edition), January 29, 2015
The Bedrin Organization has proposed a six-building mixed-income, mixed use transit-oriented development on a site 1,300 feet from NJ TRANSIT’s Hawthorne Station. Plans for Rivergate include 244 units, including 22 affordable units, 6,000 square feet of retail and 4,000 square of office space.

$55 million redesign, two-story building planned for Elizabeth NJ Transit station
By Katie Lannan, NJ Advance Media for NJ.

Booming Bloomfield is Growing in all the Right Ways

A range of transit oriented developments and planning efforts are boosting Bloomfield as a key transit hub on the Montclair-Boonton Line.

For Two Midwestern Cities, the Future of Buses is Now
The First in a Two-Part Series on Bus Rapid Transit & TOD in America

In some Pittsburgh neighborhoods, bus rapid transit is playing an integral role in spurring investment for residents rebuilding for the 21st century.

LISC: Our Investments in Transit-Oriented Development

Four Corners Neighborhood Map

Promoting the welfare of existing residents and newcomers alike is the goal when the Local Initiatives Support Corporation takes on a TOD project.

Bus and Train Makes Plainfield the State’s Newest Transit Village

In March 2014, the New Jersey Department of Transportation designated Plainfield New Jersey’s newest Transit Village.

Wesmont Station Moves Forward

Avalon at Wesmont Station

When completed, Wesmont Station will encompass residential, commercial and recreational uses as well as provide a new transit connection to New York.

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