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July 2019

Denver offers NWI group lessons in perseverance

The city of Denver and its suburbs offered 40 Region public officials and businesspeople lessons in revitalizing underperforming assets, . . . Read More

Developers pressed to fund extra T service

As debate roars over how to fund improvements to Greater Boston’s dysfunctional mass transit system, state officials are increasingly pressuring real estate developers to pitch in. . . . Read More

Westbury plans to transform industrial area near LIRR train station to spur growth

The City of Westbury has released a long awaited plan to transform a degraded industrial zone north of the Long Island Rail Road station into a transit-oriented neighborhood for millennials and seniors. . . . Read More

Financing Approved for 40-Acre Transit Village in Somerville

SOMERVILLE, NJ – Somerset Station, an expansive Transit Village featuring apartments, townhouses, retail stores and a community center alongside the NJ Transit Raritan Valley line . . .  Read More

Celebrating the 4th of July

It's the Fourth of July in Boston and that means: concerts by the Boston Pops at the Hatch Shell and a fireworks display over the Charles River; a reading of the Declaration of Independence from the balcony of the Old... Continue Reading →

State Gives Tenderloin Affordable Housing Project $20M

California’s cap-and-trade program funds a transit-oriented affordable-housing project, to replace auto shop Kahn & Keville. . . . Read More

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