U.S., Texas: Dallas Finally Seeks to Take Active Role In Transit-Oriented Development

By Peter Simek, Published in FrontBurner, D Magazine; April 2, 2020 Shelter-in-place orders be damned, the Dallas City Council did…

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Nevada: Virgin Trains plans big station south of Las Vegas Strip

By Mick Akers, Las Vegas Review-Journal; February 17, 2020 The proposed station that Virgin Trains Las Vegas will call home…

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U.S., Montana: Izaak Walton Inn on Glacier’s southern border turns 80

By JUSTIN FRANZ, Flathead Beacon, The Kansas City Star; December 22, 2019 Drive east on U.S. Highway 2 along the…

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Maryland: Redevelopment of Baltimore’s Penn Station gets ‘critical’ piece of funding puzzle

By Meredith Cohn, The Baltimore Sun; November 26, 2019 The long-awaited redevelopment of Baltimore’s historic Penn Station got a “critical…

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Florida: Former Jacksonville Terminal, now convention center, to mark 100th anniversary

By Staff, Jacksonville Daily Record; November 12, 2019 The Jacksonville Historical Society plans a centennial celebration for the Jacksonville Terminal…

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Washington Union Station badly needs updates. Here’s why fixing it is so complicated.

By George Kevin Jordan, Editor and Correspondent, Greater Greater Washington; November 7, 2019 Union Station in DC is a key…

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Savarino’s vision for hulking DL&W terminal in Buffalo, New York: a Canalside public market

By Robert J. McCarthy, The Buffalo News; October 14, 2019 Maybe it’s because Samuel J. Savarino can view the hulking…

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New Jersey Transit Seeking Developer for Transit Oriented Development Project

By Andrew Corselli, Managing Editor, Railway Age Magazine; October 3, 2019 New Jersey Transit (NJT) recently issued a Request for Expressions of…

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Virgin Trains USA IPO: What Investors Need to Know

From The Motley Food, Fox Business News; February 9, 2019 Americans are riding passenger trains more often than they used…

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