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August 2016

Downtown New Britain’s transit-oriented makeover takes off

Establishing Connecticut's transportation infrastructure hasn't always worked out well for the city of New Britain.... Read More

Wheat Ridge planning to turn its lone rail stop into a slice of urban living in the suburbs

WHEAT RIDGE — When you get only one rail...Read More

BRA ok’s phase three for Jackson Square redevelopment project

The Boston Redevelopment Authority last week approved a revised plan...Read More

How to make parking work for 21st century transportation

Public transit in the United States...Read More

Framingham Puts Transit-Oriented Development On Fast Track

 Framingham rezoned the heart of its downtown...Read More

As heat waves worsen, cities are trying hard to stay cool

Between seemingly unrelenting heat waves . . . Read More

Green Line extension spawns its first big apartment complex

A 42-unit apartment complex... Read More

MARTA proposal includes high-rise towers on top of Arts Center station

MARTA has begun negotiations that could lead to the development of an ambitious mixed-use project . . . Read More

Trend Toward Reduced Parking Requirements For U.S. Cities

Developers say that parking requirements make it more difficult to build affordable housing in high-cost cities like Chicago, Washington, D.C., and New York City . . . Read More

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