On this week's episode of Gateways, co-hosts Ben and Tracy dissect the high points of MassINC's regional forum on transformative transit oriented development, held in New Bedford's historic Whaling Museum on April 8.
Last week, MassINC kicked off ourTransformative Transit-Oriented Development (TTOD) Regional Forum Series at the Whaling Museum in New Bedford. The event was co-sponsored by the City of New Bedford, the SouthCoast Development Partnership, and the New Bedford Economic Development Council. The Southern Massachusetts TTOD Regional Forum allowed for community leaders and the civically-engaged to gather
Gateways Episode 11
Brockton Offers Formula for Gateway Cities
Rob May, Brock- ton’s director of economic devel- opment and planning, famously offers up his seven-layer dip to any- one with a taste for the city’s downtown. A 121B Urban Re- newal plan forms the base. Then, he mixes in 40Q District Improvement Financing, a 40R Smart Growth Overlay District, a 40V Hous-ing Development Zone and a Transformative Development District.
The Gateway Cities Journal
The past two weeks have been exciting ones for transportation in the Commonwealth. Our legislative leadership has primed the policy pump for the Commonwealth to make bold changes to our commuter rail system. House Speaker DeLeo and Senate President Spilka stated Tuesday that “all ideas are on the table” for how to fund necessary transportation
On February 27, MassINC hosted “Stimulating Transformative Development in Gateway Cities,” a State House forum co-sponsored by LOCUS of Massachusetts and the Massachusetts Smart Growth Alliance (MSGA). The event examined state and federal tools that can work in combination to foster transit-oriented development (TOD) in our Gateway Cities, particularly highlighting the importance of HDIP, Opportunity
Gateways Episode 8
In this episode of Gateways, co-hosts Ben Forman and Dr. Tracy Corley dive deep into state and federal housing policies that stimulate housing development in Gateway Cities. In response to Gov. Baker's Housing Choice legislation announcement, they analyze its potential impacts on the quantity and quality of housing across the state.
WGBH News’ new program “Next Stop” hosted a panel dialogue which examined the role of the MBTA commuter rail in Boston’s future. WGBH’s Bob Seay sat down Dr. Tracy Corley, Transportation-Oriented Development Fellow at MassINC, alongside Josh Fairchild, President of Transit Matters, and Kim Driscoll, Mayor of Salem to discuss reliability, access, and the broader
Gateways Episode 6
In this episode of GATEWAYS, Aimee and Ben introduce MassINC's Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Fellow, Dr. Tracy Corley, who joins the podcast as a new host. We also speak with Representative Cabral and Senator Crighton about the recent neighborhood stabilization bill, which was unveiled last week in the State House by the Gateway Cities Legislative Caucus.
Dr. Tracy Corley joins the Massachusetts Institute for a New Commonwealth’s (MassINC) Gateway Cities Innovation Institute
Will lead MassINC’s ongoing effort to tap into the promise and potential of transit-oriented development in Gateway Cities
BOSTON – MassINC welcomes Dr. Tracy Corley to the new role of Transit-Oriented Development Fellow. In this position—made possible with generous financial support from the Barr Foundation—Dr. Corley will lead MassINC’s ongoing effort to tap into the promise and potential of transit-oriented development in Gateway Cities. “Over the next several years, the state must make