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October 2018

Construction begins on L.A.’s Purple Line extension as adjacent projects take shape

Over 30 years after it was initially planned, the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) has started tunneling the final phases of the Purple Line subway. . . . Read More

$400M redevelopment of Rohnert Park State Farm property could bring thousands of jobs, study says

The Rohnert Park SMART station may soon get a $398 million front door . . . Read More

A threesome of transit-oriented projects

Developers and their project teams are recognizing the value of walkability, convenient neighborhood services, and transit access, as these three TODs demonstrate. . . . Read More

Five projects that reshaped Fenway in the 5 years since the Sox won the World Series

In the five years since the Boston Red Sox have won a World Series championship, the area surrounding the team’s beloved Fenway Park has exploded with mixed-use development . . . Read More

Developers offer up plans to convert Eastie church into apartments

Plans to resurrect a shuttered East Boston church as housing units are moving forward. . . .Read More

These apartments were designed for New York City commuters

Developers, local elected officials and executives of NJ Transit gathered by the tracks Tuesday to announce the completion of the final phase of the Link at Aberdeen Station . . . Read More

Consultants see half-billion dollar potential in Durham, Orange light-rail stations

The jobs, affordable housing and other community benefits Chapel Hill gains from the Durham-Orange light-rail project will depend on local decisions made now, say town and GoTriangle staff members. . . . Read More

A historic $2.7-billion plan will expand Atlanta’s MARTA transit system

MARTA's $2.7-billion expansion plan is the largest development the transit agency has undertaken in decades. . . . Read More

Redeveloping a Historic Boston Sports Venue: The Hub on Causeway

For Boston sports fans, the site of The Hub on Causeway development is hallowed ground.  . . . Read More

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