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Transit bus station opens today in Rock Island

Doug Schorpp | Quad-City Business Journal Beginning Monday, MetroLINK passengers will have new place to transfer to other buses in downtown Rock Island. The new district station for the Rock Island County Metropolitan Mass Transit District — more commonly known as... Continue Reading →

JHM Group is involved in large-scale TOD projects statewide

Mary Ellen Godin | Record-Journal  Every window on the lower level is broken, the walls are crumbling, the ceilings are removed, and parts of the building will likely be torn down. But the former Meriden-Wallingford Hospital off Cook Avenue has... Continue Reading →

CCTA Embraces Green Initiatives to Advance Mission

Meredith Birkett | VT Digger Burlington, VT – The Chittenden County Transportation Authority (CCTA) strives to incorporate green practices into its daily operations as it helps residents, employees, and visitors in its service area make sustainable transportation choices. The mission... Continue Reading →

New Jersey’s transit hubs first stop for development

Gary Steinfield | New Jersey’s commuter rail stations and the underused properties near them are emerging from the recession as potential sources of untapped economic development and new tax revenue. Prior to the economic downturn, many of these properties... Continue Reading →

Transit-Oriented Development for San Diego

Katie Marks | Google+ Transit-oriented housing may be the wave of the 21st century, especially if environmental activists and smart urban planners have their way. It makes sense, concentrating people into areas that make it easy to get around without... Continue Reading →

Using the MBTA saves commuters $13,000 a year

Winter is upon us, and that means slushy, icy and dangerous roadways. You can alleviate the stress of dealing with road conditions while saving money by letting public transit get you where you need to go. Consider the facts from... Continue Reading →

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