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July 2021

Joint Venture Breaks Ground on $2B USQ Mixed-Use Project in Metro Boston

The 15-acre, transit-oriented development is situated in the city of Somerville’s historic Union Square neighborhood . . . Read More

Downey, CA Planning Commission expresses support for Rancho housing development

Development of the extensive Rancho south campus redevelopment specific plan has been funded in part by the Metro Transit Oriented Development Planning Grant Program. . . . Read More

Americans with Disabilities Act Anniversary

Signed into law on July 26, 1990, the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) is our nation's most comprehensive disability rights law, prohibiting discrimination against people with disabilities in areas including employment, transportation, communication, and access to government programs and services.... Continue Reading →

New housing, civic center planned in Rancho Cordova, CA. Not all residents are happy.

Given the site’s proximity to a Sacramento Regional Transit stop, city leaders have a vision of making it a transit-oriented development by clustering jobs, housing, services and amenities close to public transportation. . . .Read More

NJ Transit advances Metropark Station mixed-use development plan

“Transit-oriented developments are key to New Jersey’s economic future,” Gov. Phil Murphy said in a press release . . . Read More

MBTA hits pause on Green Line development talks

Talks about the development will not take place until well after the Green Line Extension fully opens in May 2022. . . . Read More

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