A quarterly newsletter on transit-oriented development (TOD) in the New York City region — which boasts the nation's biggest transit system — has been launched by the Pace Law Center with support from the One Region Fund in the New York Community Trust, the Fund for the Environment and Urban Life of The Oram Foundation, and the Congress for the New Urbanism. The first issue of TOD Line, Fall 2012, reports on nationwide market trends in favor of TOD, transit-oriented developments around NYC, tools for implementation, and more. See http://lawweb.pace.edu/landuse/todline/
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