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December 2013

Report offers ideas on encouraging growth along Rte. 9

Brian Benson | The MetroWest Daily News MA - Local leaders say they are looking at recommendations outlined in a recent  study on how to accommodate growth along the Rte. 9 corridor while limiting the  amount of new traffic on... Continue Reading →

Sustainable suburbia?

Peter Meredith | The Daily Record Most of the 17 “sustainable communities” designated this week by the Maryland Department of Planning are towns or cities or county seats — Snow Hill, Thurmont and Towson, for example. One exception: 50 square... Continue Reading →

Transit-oriented housing proposed – San Marcos could get a second large project along Sprinter line

David Garrick | U-T San Diego San Diego — A second mixed-use housing project — this one featuring 416 apartments, retail space and a park — is being proposed along the Sprinter line in San Marcos, bolstering the city’s efforts... Continue Reading →

Sound Transit, it’s time to pay the piper

Pete Lewis | Auburn Reporter For years the Board of Sound Transit has relied on overloaded city streets and parking lots to carry the ever-increasing burden of transit riders. From one end of the Sound to the other, evidence is... Continue Reading →

Thanks to TOD, a Rose will bloom in the Gateway Regional Center

Molly Simas | Oregon Metro The air of excitement was palpable last week as a row of stakeholders wielding gold shovels lined up for speeches and photos at the groundbreaking of The Rose Apartments. The mood was festive, with green and... Continue Reading →

Met Council awards $5.4 million for affordable housing and transit-related development

Joe Kimball | MinnPost The Metropolitan Council has awarded Liveable Community grants of $5.4 million for transit-oriented development and affordable housing. The grants will go for projects in Minneapolis, St. Paul, Eagan, Hopkins, Minnetonka, Richfield and Robbinsdale. The transit-oriented grants,... Continue Reading →

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