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September 2018

220-unit transit-oriented home development in Mt. Juliet (TN) to break ground in early 2019

A mixed-use plan to build 192 apartments and 28 townhomes in Mt. Juliet will break ground in early 2019. . . . Read More

Against all odds, California is building a high-speed train line

CA-based Urban Design Innovations working to develop transit-oriented community guidelines for sites across the state. . . Read More

Can Transit Improvements Lead to Gentrification?

Transit-oriented development has become a key tactic to combat the region’s housing crisis, but the challenge is to make sure it helps the people who need it most. . . . Read More

immersive, colorful mist curtains by janet echelman trace train routes in philadelphia

As SEPTA trains traverse below, beams of colorful atomized mist ephemerally follow the course of the transit lines. . . . More

New apartments near Freighthouse loaded with amenities, light on parking to boost transit

Add Two Proposed Developments Near Freighthouse Station and Marketplace to Tacoa’s booming apartment construction scene.  . . . Read More

Forum explores ways to foster, manage Worcester’s growth

Imagine 20,000 more people living and around 7,000 more people working within a half-mile of Union Station. . . . Read More

Pelli Clarke Pelli creates a collection of new civic nodes in San Francisco

The Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects (PCPA)–designed Salesforce Transit Center and its 5.4-acre rooftop park in San Francisco are now officially open to the public. . . . Read More

Houston May Eliminate Some Mandatory Parking

Houston is poised to take a big step toward becoming a walkable city. . . . Read More

Curran Announces Plan for Transit-Oriented Housing Near East Rockway LIRR Station

The project would offer brand-new market-rate housing conveniently located adjacent to the East Rockaway LIRR Station. . . . Read More

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