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November 2019

What’s the Real History of Black Friday?

The retail bonanza known as Black Friday is now an integral part of many Thanksgiving celebrations, but this holiday tradition has darker roots than you might imagine. . . . Read More

$1 Billion ‘District NoHo’ Village Proposed Around Transit Hub

The project, a complex featuring apartments, offices, stores, bars and restaurants near the Red Line entrance, will go before the city soon. . . .  Read More

Metro sells land near MAX stop to developers for $1,000

Metro said the cheap dirt will promote high-density, pedestrian-friendly development. . . . Read More

Charlotte OKs Rezoning Along Blue Line For Transit-Oriented Development

The decision designates the land to be used for transit-oriented development  . . . Read More

Beverly Crossing to preserve historic Casa de Lucca building

Beverly Crossing president Chris Koeplin said his company is proposing to incorporate the historic building into the mixed-use development known as Depot Two. . . . Read More

Prince George’s leaders see Purple Line as key to meeting region’s housing goals

Prince George’s leaders say the Purple Line will be the key to the county contributing its fair share to the region’s ambitious housing goals. . . . Read More

ATL board’s regional plan would create about 1,000 miles of new transit lines

Should the ATL Regional Transit Plan pan out, metro Atlanta could welcome 973 miles of new transit lines . . .Read More

Veterans Day 11/11

Remembering those who died in service to our country,  and recognizing those who continue to serve today.  Thank you. TOD News will not publish today.

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