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January 2019

Cities Are Tucking Climate Change Fixes Into New Laws

Jake Anderegg, the Utah state senator representing Salt Lake City and Provo, didn’t actually mean to fight climate change. . . . Read More

Transit-oriented developments could reshape Baltimore’s commuting landscape, but hurdles remain

Tens of thousands of people ride the subway to the Owings Mills station every month . . . Read More

Lincoln Yards, The 78: Different trains of thought for two of Chicago’s biggest proposed development sites

Two of the boldest real estate developments proposed in decades are chugging toward big changes as developers grapple with the critical role of public transportation in Chicago’s growth. . . . Read More

Plan would add dense housing near new trolley stations along Morena Boulevard

San Diego officials are proposing major zoning changes near new trolley stations along Morena Boulevard . . . Read More

Central Avenue BRT nabs $1.2 million grant for transit-oriented development

The Federal Transit Administration awarded the Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority $1.2 million through its Pilot Program for Transit-Oriented Development Planning,  . . . Read More

TEXRail Now Running Between Fort Worth And Airport Read

TEXRail kicked off commuter rail service between Downtown Fort Worth and DFW International Airport on New Year’s Eve with a ceremonial run between the Grapevine/Main Street Station and the airport. . . . Read More

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