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The CTA Wants Transit Oriented Developments Near Belmont Station

AJ LaTrace | Chicago Curbed The CTA has been a roll lately with major station repair and improvement projects, but nothing had people scratching their heads more than last week's announcement of its Red & Purple Modernization Program which includes... Continue Reading →

California Shows Residents the Greenhouse Gas Money

Carolyn Whetzel | Bloomberg BNA Revenue from California's greenhouse gas emissions trading program would be used as a permanent source of funding for affordable housing, water efficiency projects and a variety of transportation projects, including high-speed rail, under a new... Continue Reading →

Mindboggling Tubular Tower Transit Hub Imagined for Queens

Jessica Dailey | NY Curbed Behold, the most exciting and completely insane thing ever proposed for Queens: the Urban Alloy Towers. This sea creature-like mass of tubular towers comes from the minds of Chad Kellogg and Matt Bowles of AMLGM.... Continue Reading →

Denser, transit-oriented development keys Utah’s future

Mike WInder | The Salt Lake Tribune ast week, the National Institute of Health and Smart Growth America published research by University of Utah professor Reid Ewing and others that showed that denser, connected urban areas are better than sprawling... Continue Reading →

Global Survey and Interactive Map Score Urban Developments That Embrace Low-Emission Transportation to Grow Cities of the Future

Institute for Transportation & Development Policy MEDELLIN, COLOMBIA —A global catalog of 50 urban developments on six continents maps out the growing trend of Transit-Oriented Development (TOD). The survey, compiled by the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy (ITDP), using... Continue Reading →

Superior Plating project in northeast Minneapolis shows signs of movement

Janet Moore | Star Tribune After many fits and starts over the years, redevelopment of the Superior Plating property in northeast Minneapolis into a residential and retail enclave appears to be inching forward once again. Just a month ago, the... Continue Reading →

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