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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 →

Rail projects rise on the urgency meter for North Carolina’s Triangle Transit

Angela Cotey | Progressive Railroading   Triangle Transit is advancing plans to build a light-rail line that will connect Chapel Hill and East Durham, N.C. The 17-mile Durham-Orange Light Rail Transit Project would include stops at the University of North Carolina,... Continue Reading →

Sacramento to install Curtis Park pedestrian bridge via airlift

Tony Bizjak | The Sacramento Bee How do you build a bridge over nine rows of railroad tracks where trains are rolling through day and night? That is the puzzle the city of Sacramento faced as it contemplated construction, possibly... Continue Reading →

Rail~Volution Recap: The Power of Millennials and Transit Planning in the Twin Cities

Brian Martucci and Kyle Mianulli | The Line Media Minneapolis put its best foot forward for the 20th annual Rail~Volution conference, held September 21-24 at the Hyatt on Nicollet Mall. Drawing more than 600 of the nation’s top transit planners and... Continue Reading →

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