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February 2018

Chicago’s Far South Side Is Finally Getting a Train—And It’s Thanks to Decades of Organizing

On Chicago's North Side, Michigan Avenue, is home to the Magnificent Mile, . . . Read More

California wants cities to build more housing near transit hubs. Can LA improve its track record on TOD?

Southern California faces two equally knotty challenges . . . Read More


New York, San Francisco and Boston are 2018's best cities for public transit according to new Transit Score® rankings by Redfin, released Wednesday. . . . Read More

Planned developments bring new life to Commerce Drive area

FAIRFIELD — In its heyday, the area around Commerce Drive was one of the hubs that kept the town humming — manufacturing was king. . . . Read More

Economic development boom continues for Tacoma in 2018

Tacoma is crane city.  . . . Read More

Mass Pike rebuild project could mean better public transit for Brookline

As MassDOT looks to finalize the details of its I-90 Allston Interchange Improvement Project . . . Read More

The Obstacles to — and Opportunities for — Transit-Oriented Development in San Diego

Neighbors often oppose new development, but San Diego still has plenty of options. Many areas near trolley stations zoned for industrial businesses are ripe for the sort of dense projects the city says it wants. . . . Read More

How will Boston handle its largest wave of development to date?

In Boston, a booming job market is drawing people back from far-flung suburbs and remaking the region, but  . . . Read More

Can a new ‘L’ construction project turn a dark Woodlawn intersection into a bright spot?

Novelist Nelson Algren wrote that “Every day is D-Day under the ‘L.’ ” . . . Read More

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