Transit-Oriented Development

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People Under 50 Are More Likely to Support New Housing Development

Half of respondents younger than 50 believe more transit-oriented housing would... More

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Where Are the Best Cities to Live Without a Car?

Boston and Newark, New Jersey, are the top two cities to live without a car,... More

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Lennar Proposes 470 Multifamily and Townhome Units in Virginia's Fairfax County

The development plan is scheduled to go before the planning commission in late fall. More

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More Than Ever Housing Needs Density and Access to Transit

Density isn't going to disappear as a necessary part of affordable housing. More

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TOD Happening In San Diego

A 2008 state law encourages housing development near transit lines. More

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San Diego's "Measure A" Opposed By Homebuilders

The controversial measure is inciting accusations of racism. More

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Church Could Go Condo in Northern Va.

A 1.2-ace site in the Ballston neighborhood could become condos and townhomes. More

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Parking Spots in Boston Going For $300,000

The loss of surface parking lots is changing the rules of the land use game in the... More

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High Speed Rail Faces Neighborhood Opposition

Residents of Greenbelt Md., near DC are opposing a high speed rail line that would... More

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