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Report says land at T stations could handle 253,000 housing units — and ease traffic gridlock

Housing-starved Massachusetts could add a quarter-million homes just by building more around MBTA stations.  . . . Read More

Denver looks to extend funding for transit-oriented, affordable housing development

Denver’s newly created Department of Housing Stability intends to extend the funding for transit-oriented development . . . Read More

Metro to sell West Hyattsville land to the only developers who can build on it

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority is prepared to sell a 5-acre parcel adjacent to the West Hyattsville Metro station   . . .     Read More

Project Team Breaks Ground on one of the Bay Area’s Largest Transit-Oriented Developments

The estimated $400-million Gateway project is considered one of the largest transit-oriented developments in the Bay Area. . . . Read More

Road Runner: Tucson is laying groundwork for transit lines running from airport to Tucson Mall

The city of Tucson is seeking a federal grant to help further its plans for a 15-mile, high-capacity transit line . . . Read More

SacRT closes first property sales for transit-oriented development at University/65th Street Station

The development will create 223 student-focused apartments with ground retail and is adjacent to one of the busiest SacRT transit centers. . . . Read More

Chicago, cities grapple with ‘transit-oriented development’ critics

Even as the movement gains momentum, concerns are being raised over whether the transit developments are driving up costs and exacerbating the problem they’re designed to fix. . . . Read More

$1m grant will fund Ocean Avenue improvements in Revere, MA

Revere officials said the project will support the city’s goal of encouraging transit-oriented development in the Revere Beach area. . . . Read More

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