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January 2018

Groundbreaking for long-sought Fenway Center complex takes on air of a celebration

Every groundbreaking is a celebration. But a groundbreaking Tuesday alongside the Massachusetts Turnpike was more celebratory than most. . . . Read More

Plans for new apartments near the College Park Metro progress after WMATA signs on

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority signed on to an agreement . . . Read More

One of California’s largest developments wins key legal battle

A judge has ruled that CityPlace, a long-stalled mixed-use development slated for a former municipal landfill site . . . Read More

Downtown San Jose transit village near Google proposal steams ahead

SAN JOSE — A big tech village in downtown San Jose is moving forward, an ambitious project that could bring 5,000 jobs to a site that's adjacent to a separately proposed Google transit-oriented community. . . . Read More

Transit-oriented housing is ramping up in the Valley

The Valley – a suburban outpost notorious for its sprawling neighborhoods and lack of walkability – is about to get a serious makeover. . . .Read More

Viewpoint: Amazon HQ2 means a need for transit-oriented development

Massachusetts is a top contender as the location for Amazon HQ2, and the excitement is mounting. . . . Read More

California Bill Would Allow Unrestricted Housing by Transit, Solve State Housing Crisis

San Francisco’s state senator, Scott Wiener, has introduced a bill that would all but abolish the city’s famously strict land use controls . . . Read More

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Today we celebrate the life and achievements of this American civil rights leader. "If you can't fly then run, if you can't run then walk, if you can't walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving... Continue Reading →

Boston’s biggest transportation hubs are undergoing major developments

Transit-oriented development has long been a favored project type for Boston and Massachusetts. . . . Read More

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