From Greater Greater Washington <[email protected]>
Subject Tools to fix TOD's displacement problem, and more!
Date October 22, 2022 1:01 PM
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Here's our roundup of this week's must-read posts! Plus a big thank you to the 31 newest members of our Neighborhood! Will you be the next to join? GGWash needs 50 new Neighbors by the end of October and we're more than halfway there. For just $5 a month you can join the 565 people who make the GGWash publication possible. Thank you for reading.


To fix transit-oriented development’s displacement problem, use every tool available
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by Abigail Higgins (Contributor) • October 17, 2022

Transit-oriented development is environmentally sustainable and sought-after — but historically, when the needs of existing communities were not centered in a region with a critical housing shortage, it has also driven the displacement of low-income residents. Multiple approaches are needed in order to build enough affordable housing to make TOD equitable in impact.
Shelters and benches for 75% of Richmond’s 1,609 bus stops? GRTC has a plan for that.
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by Wyatt Gordon (Contributor) • October 18, 2022

Right now, just 5% of the Richmond region’s 1,609 bus stops have a shelter while only 21% even have a bench. But, thanks to a newly passed Essential Infrastructure Plan, starting next summer, the Greater Richmond Transit Company will begin installing 160 shelters and 225 benches over the next five years.
Advocates for Route 29 Flash in Montgomery County urge all lines adopt dedicated lanes for success
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by Ethan Goffman (Contributor) • October 20, 2022

Plans on how to improve the Flash Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) line along Route 29 in Montgomery County divide advocates and county officials.
Sections of Wyoming Avenue and Kalorama Road NW to become one-way streets
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by Ashley Hopko (Contributor) • October 19, 2022

Two key Adams Morgan thoroughfares are on track to become one-way streets next year, although some neighbors have concerns.

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