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March 2014

Zoom, zoom: Need for smart, transit oriented development accelerates

Deborah Johnson Wood | Rapid Growth Light rail, bus rapid transit, and streetcars are chalking up huge rises in property values along Cleveland, Ohio's Euclid Corridor, the Phoenix Tempe Metro Light Rail, and Eugene, Oregon's Emerald Express. Smart transit has... Continue Reading →

Connecticut Port Authority is goal of two bills in House

Johanna Somers | The Day Connecticut  Hartford - Two similar bills that would create a Connecticut Port Authority are moving through the legislature with the goal of developing Connecticut's niche exports and finding more import opportunities for the state. The... Continue Reading →

Region’s First Transit Oriented Development Coming To Lebanon

Chris Cannon | NewsChannel5 LEBANON, Tenn. - A new rail station for the Music City Star will create Middle Tennessee's first transit oriented development in Lebanon. Hamilton Springs is currently home to the Hamilton Station apartments, but the developer has plans... Continue Reading →

Next hot spots: Bayonne, Hackensack, Rahway, filled with assets, are ones to watch

Joshua Burd | NJBiz.com Twenty years ago it was Montclair and Morristown that were on the verge of downtown revivals that would earn them notoriety across the region. So as New Jersey continues its economic recovery, what are the next towns... Continue Reading →

“The Edge” Proposed Development Stirs Residents’ Worries And Support

Rachel Nash | Chapelboro Chapel Hill, NC - “Junior box” stores could be coming to north Chapel Hill as part of the proposed development, “The Edge,” to be located along Eubanks Rd. Previous developers of the project attempted to attract “big box... Continue Reading →

Walking Does Wonders At Work, Beyond

Bernard L. Kavaler | The Hartford Courant More than three decades ago, management consultants Tom Peters and Robert Waterman made "management by walking around" one of the hottest trends in corporate America. Now, amidst a steady stream of technological innovations... Continue Reading →

Mangano Attracts Additional Transit-Oriented Housing To Downtown Farmingdale, NY

Long Island News & PRs Nassau County Executive Edward P. Mangano announced today that the Nassau Industrial Development Agency (IDA) has approved economic compacts for two major redevelopment projects considered vital to the revitalization of downtown Farmingdale. The projects, proposed... Continue Reading →

TRA managing MBTA selling of former ferry terminal in Quincy

Thomas Grillo | Boston Business Journal The MBTA is selling the former ferry terminal building and the 7.8-acre parcel at the Fore River Shipyard on Washington Street at the Fore River Bridge in Quincy. The T is seeking bidders for... Continue Reading →

Freight rail: It’s safety first for St. Louis Park

Thom Miller & Jami Lapray | Star Tribune With a number of key decisions and votes approaching on the Southwest light-rail line and the accompanying question of freight rail, it’s important for all parties to understand the position of Safety... Continue Reading →

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