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August 2018

Draft plan for King Drive’s Streetcar extension shared with public after yearlong study

August 14 marked the end of the year-long Moving Milwaukee Forward project for the Equitable Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Planning Study on the North Side, . . . Read More

Capitol Hill Station development not tall or affordable enough for you? Sound Transit approves deals for more

The Sound Transit Board approved the nitty gritty business terms of two deals . . . Read More

Using transit to spark development in LaVilla

A long-awaited study to identify development opportunities around the Jacksonville Regional Transportation Center in LaVilla . . . Read More

Gov. Baker inaugurates Harborwalk and Plymouth Station

Gov. Charlie Baker smashed a champagne bottle over the ship, so to speak, at the groundbreaking ceremony of Harborwalk apartments, rechristening Cordage Commerce Center as Plymouth Station from here on in. . . . Read More

Sidewalk Labs releases its vision for Toronto’s waterfront

Alphabet subsidiary Sidewalk Labs has revealed their vision for a proposed “smart city” on Toronto’s waterfront . . . Read More

Beaverton downtown plan takes cues from Portland

City mulls design guidelines that emphasize density and walkability. . . . Read More

Bill Would Let BART Ignore Zoning Laws In Quest For Transit Villages

A bill to allow BART to fast-track its own high-density housing developments is gathering steam in the state legislature. . . . Read More

In The Works: 3 New Developments Coming To Prince George’s County

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Boston Developers Are The Tool The MBTA Needs To Unlock Future Growth

While Massachusetts is finally tackling its rail transportation network’s backlog of costly repairs, developers say they can contribute in giving the region the transportation system it will need for tomorrow. . . . Read More

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