CREW Boston

Transit-Oriented Zoning – A look at the new high density zoning legislation and the impact on MBTA Communities

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Boston, MA

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There are currently 175 Massachusetts communities that consist of either a train station, commuter rail, bus station, or are adjacent to these services, considered “MBTA communities." New legislation requires each MBTA community to create a multi-family high density zoning district to allow, as of right, multi-family housing within a half-mile of a train or a bus station.

Join us as we delve into the requirements of the new law and what the various communities impacted will need to do to be compliant.
12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

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Confirmed Attending

  • Amanda Alberda
  • Michelle Apigian
  • Rebecca Bachand
  • Liz Blicher
  • Sarah Boehs
  • Donna Brown
  • laquisa burke
  • Wendy Cohen
  • Maria Deering
  • Ellen DeNooyer
  • Joan Falvey
  • amy farrell
  • Jennifer Flanders
  • Susam Gittelman
  • Jeanine Grachuk
  • Mika Gross
  • Liz Gruber
  • Michaela Herrmann
  • Sue Ellyn Idelson
  • Meg Kiely Close
  • Abby Krueger
  • Jennifer Kusek
  • Anne Lewis
  • Shauni Lynch
  • Kimberly Martin-Epstein
  • Berley McKenna
  • Roan Miles
  • Helga Namale
  • Kelly Nguyen
  • Kathleen O’Donnell
  • Kathleen O’Donnell
  • Shawna O'Neil
  • Noreen O'Toole
  • Teresa Patten
  • Elizabeth Peart
  • Ally Riley
  • Kathy Riley
  • Amanda Roe
  • Alisa Santos
  • Laura Shufelt
  • Simmee Silton
  • Gail Sullivan
  • Lynne Sweet
  • Sasha Weinreich
  • Jessica Welter
  • Alice Wong
  • Julia Wynyard