Jay Blazek Crossley, May 17, 10.
Austin nonprofit Foundation Communities broke ground on a transit-oriented affordable housing project across the street from the MLK MetroRail Station.
Steve Hawley, Apr 22, 10.
The 30% tax credit, if approved, would apply to large, high-density developments within half a mile of transit stations and meeting several other criteria.
Steve Hawley, Apr 16, 10.
Irving officials expect to make far more money from the redeveloped site than they ever did from football, which did little to drive economic growth.
Vilas Bhuchar, Apr 12, 10.
Even as Austin waited for its long-delayed Red Line service to start, TODs, or transit-oriented developments, popped up around several planned train stations.
Steve Hawley, Apr 09, 10.
An Austin City Councilman, supported by residents, businesses, and property owners, hopes to create a walkable, mixed-use corridor built around rail stations.
Steve Hawley, Apr 01, 10.
The online tool guides planners and citizens through the process of creating more sustainable and equitable communities.
The ordinance mandates the number of parking spaces at residences, offices, bars, and other buildings, but the city has changed dramatically since its adoption.
Steve Hawley, Mar 31, 10.
Rail service from Dallas to Denton will begin next summer, and transit-oriented development is expected to quickly help redevelop downtown Denton.
Steve Hawley, Mar 17, 10.
The city, near 290 and the Sam Houston Tollway, is planning ahead for the anticipated Hempstead commuter rail project that could be operational within 5 years.
Steve Hawley, Mar 05, 10.
The mayor and city council paved the way for transit-oriented development, rejecting a last-minute recommendation that would have limited density in the area.
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