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June 2021

Amazon partners with three transit agencies to invest $300M in affordable housing

Amazon committed $300 million from its newly launched Housing Equity Fund to create an estimated 3,000 affordable housing units near public transit in its three U.S. hubs: Washington's Puget Sound region; Arlington, Virginia; and Nashville, Tennessee . . .  Read More

Massive transit-oriented development opens at North Quincy (MA) MBTA station.

Gov. Charlie Baker joined MBTA and city officials in Quincy to celebrate the opening of one of the state’s first major transit-oriented developments: a 610-apartment complex atop North Quincy Station. . . . Read More

National City looks at turning its southwest corner into a 10-minute neighborhood . . . Read More

Report: How to Prioritize Housing and Right-Size Parking at Transit Stations

TransForm analyzed plans for housing at several urban rail stations, offering ideas about how to best achieve goals on reducing single occupant vehicle trips to transit stations. . . . Read More

A new railside public park from Ross Barney Architects rouses once-sleepy Rogers, Arkansas

The design of the the newly opened Railway Park is populated with old freight containers. . . . Read More

MO: Kansas City transit agency wants to do more than just run buses, eyes development role

Robbie Makinen, president and CEO of KCATA, wants the transportation authority to have more input than simply being asked about bus stops once a new development is planned. . . . Read More

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