Overall, the Fiscal Impact Study found that the proposed North Brunswick Transit
Village will significantly increase the municipal tax base and positively affect revenue flow for the Township of North Brunswick, a condition known as a "positive ratable".
The former land acquisition and development attorney says, however, that the city's convoluted permitting process has slowed the MTA's progress in building residential and commercial projects along the transit
also brings the customers--not just the workers--to businesses' doors.
FUZZY DATA Just as fishermen once set sail from Nantucket Island on perilous whaling expeditions, astronomers in centuries past embarked on hazardous journeys around the globe to chase the transit
of Venus (SN: 4/17/04, p.
In short, O'Toole writes in his understated conclusion, "rail transit
is not the urban savior that its advocates claim.
The New York Metropolitan Transit
Authority and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which received most of the $4.
The book's second part emphasizes transit
physical aspects related to crime prevention through environmental design and the tactical ramifications when law enforcement officers approach buses and trains, including their mobility, which can impact the safety and security of officers, transit
employees, and the public.
132(f) to give transit
and vanpooling benefits the same tax treatment as that afforded parking benefits in the TRA '97.
Technological advances in the transit
industry, such as automatic fare collection and passenger-activated doors, highlight the need to work with blind people and resolve information access and travel issues.
Winners will be showcased in the September/October cover feature of Mass Transit
magazine and online at www.
In beginning the master plan process, NJ Transit
is seeking to achieve the following goals:
became the double-edged solution: Mass-transit
lines can help ease gridlock while providing a focal point for new multistory, mixed-use housing and commercial centers.
Naval Observatory astronomer James Harkness, just before observing the 1882 transit
Hood Freeway in the 1970s, deciding instead to improve transit
The likelihood of numerous casualties coupled with an inherent lack of security makes mass transit
systems a suitable mark for terrorism.