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‘This is transit-oriented development’: Springfield (MA) officials tour renovated Overland Lofts

The Overland Lofts  project is the first new apartment complex in Springfield’s downtown in decades. . . . Read More

Union Station Centennial brings $65-million transit-oriented development deal

Union Station in New Haven is 100-years-old this year. Its future is on track with the signing of a “letter of intent” to invest $65-million into transit-oriented development. . . . Read More

City Introduces Equitable Transit-Oriented Development Plan

This week the city of Chicago released an ambitious plan to create equity-based transit-oriented developments for residents.. . . Read More

Brightline shaves almost a year from Florida rail project using precast tunnel system

The $2.7 billion, 170-mile Brightline high-speed rail extension from West Palm Beach, Florida, to Orlando International Airport (OIA) will see the construction of a train tunnel in two weeks instead of almost one year  . . . Read More

San Ramon approves massive 4,500 housing plan for Bishop Ranch

The San Ramon City Council this week unanimously approved CityWalk, a mixed-use project by Sunset Development that calls for construction of 4,500 apartments, studios and condos over the next 27 years. . . . Read More

10,000-unit Suffolk Downs project seeking final vote this month

The proposed project will replace a vacant horse track with a new transit-oriented neighborhood that brings needed affordable and market-rate housing . . . Read More

Go Green On Racine ‘Corner Store’ in Englewood Nears Opening Despite Losing Chicago Prize: ‘We’re Not Gonna Stop’

ENGLEWOOD — A local initiative to boost the 63rd Street corridor is moving forward . . .

Anaheim City Council Slated to Vote on $320M Stadium Deal and Master Plan With Angels Owner

Los Angeles Angels owner Arte Moreno plans to build a mega mixed-use development around Angel Stadium in Anaheim. . . .Read More

Austin Plans Big Investment To Help Stop Residents From Getting Forced Out By Any New Transit Lines

  Austin voters will decide in November whether to raise property taxes to help pay for Project Connect, the transit expansion plan. . . .

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