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Determining the Effect of Transit Oriented Development on How Residents use Transit In Reserve

Transit Oriented Development is a form of real estate development that concentrates development around transportation hubs, such as train stations, significant bus facilities, or light rail stations. Typically, these developments emphasize a mixture of dense primary uses, combining residential and commercial uses in close proximity to one another in order to promote the use of public transit, as well as pedestrian and... more »

Idea Submitted by Susan O'Donnell, Senior Director for Business Analysis and Research

List your Agency /Division / Bureau, County, City Univ. or Other NJ TRANSIT

Idea Champion - Who at NJDOT, NJ Transit or NJ Motor Vehicle? (if known) Megan Massey, Assistant Director Transit Friendly Land Use, NJ TRANSIT

Why is this a priority and what are the benefits for the State/County/City?

By developing a more comprehensive understanding of how residents of Transit Oriented Developments in New Jersey use transit, the State can more effectively analyze the success of its Transit Village Initiative, as well as identify key areas where investment in the transit system is most crucial. With this understanding, New Jersey can take further steps to become a national leader in increasing housing affordability, improving the quality of the environment and reducing automobile congestion, and promoting economic growth and social equity through community revitalization.

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