Posts Tagged ‘ transit oriented development ’

Connecticut creates fund to encourage transit-oriented developments

May 5th, 2014 | By

The TOD fund will include $1 million from the Office of Policy and Management, $1 million from CHFA and $13 million from LISC, which was selected the TOD fund manager through a competitive process.



CT Officials Head North to Learn More About Successful TOD

Jun 27th, 2013 | By

Interest in transit-oriented development continues to grow in Connecticut as municipalities in the state plan to take full advantage of new transit lines like the CTfastrak bus rapid transit system and New Haven-Hartford-Springfield Rail Line. Click on this Environmental Headline for more on this story from Mobilizing the Region.



Connecticut Officials, TOD Advocates Tour New Jersey’s Transit Villages

Dec 14th, 2012 | By

TSTC and advocates brought state and local officials from Connecticut to see examples of successfully implemented TOD in northern New Jersey last week. The tour was organized by the TSTC and NJ Transit, with the generous support of the One Region Funders’ Group. Click on this environmental headline for more from TSTC.



Connecticut must tap transit corridor potential | Tom Condon, Courant.com

Jun 21st, 2012 | By

Without transit-oriented development, sprawl will continue unabated.



Joe Magee, Kip Bergstrom, David Kooris discuss Transit Oriented Development | YouTube

Mar 1st, 2012 | By

This is from the panel discussion and seminar organized by the 1000 Friends of CT at CT’s Legislative Office Building yesterday, http://www.1000friends-ct.org/ Joe Magee on Transport Orient Development For more on this story, visit: Joe Magee on Transport Orient Development – YouTube.



A push for transit-oriented development, but in what direction?

Feb 15th, 2012 | By

Transit oriented development — a generation-old concept in which municipal and economic growth are linked to mass transit — is a current darling among many Connecticut constituencies. Called T-O-D to those in the know, it’s championed by environmentalists for its carbon footprint-shrinking possibilities; economic and business interests for its work force-friendly components; transit advocates for

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