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Urban Land Institute: Investment Momentum Will Continue

Paul Bubny | Globe Street With the Urban Land Institute’s Fall Meeting in full swing here, a pair of surveys cosponsored by ULI predicts the industry’s current momentum will carry over into 2015. The 2015 edition of ULI’s annual Emerging Trends in... Continue Reading →

UTA moving forward with transit-oriented development in West Jordan

Jasen Lee | Deseret News Following approval by the board of trustees, the Utah Transit Authority will move ahead with its second transit-oriented development to be located in West Jordan. On Wednesday, the board approved the conveyance of land surrounding... Continue Reading →

CTfastrak station nears completion

Scott Whipple | New Britain Herald   While working on the New Britain Downtown Station, a CTfastrak construction worker hums the theme to “The Jetsons.” Lisa Rivers, transit manager for the Connecticut Department of Transportation, knows why. “He says the... Continue Reading →

Cycling in the cities: 7 new local inventions for bike enthusiasts here and around the globe

Brian Martucci | The Line Media   As everyone knows by now, it’s great to be a cyclist in the Twin Cities. From folks ditching their cars for bikes, to Minneapolis and St. Paul creating nation-leading bikeway plans, pedal power has a... Continue Reading →

10 ways to get to a more vibrant central Connecticut

Staff | CTfastrak A vibrant community is a livable community. One that connects people to everything they need – jobs, housing, business opportunities and health care centers—making their lives better and easier. Beginning early 2015, central Connecticut will have exactly that.... Continue Reading →

Silicon Valley sprawls East: How tech jobs, housing and transit are shaping a megaregion

Lauren Hepler | Silicon Valley Business Journal\ On the outside, the SpinDx technology pioneered at Livermore's Sandia National Laboratory looks like little more than a beige cube with a retro CD player on one end. But the "lab-on-a-disk" tool developed with $4... Continue Reading →

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