Surface Transportation

Financing Development of Public Transport-oriented Urban Growth and Subway Infrastructure at New York City’s Hudson Yard through Profit Gained from the Development Itself  (Part 3)

Author: Tomomi Tsuchiya  & Daisuke Miyamoto

Category: Surface Transportation

The redevelopment project for Hudson Yard is the largest in New York City history, and consequently comes with unique financial challenges and ingenuity.  Part 3 of this series investigates bonds, loans, and the current status of finances and financial relationships in the Hudson Yards Project.

Financing Development of Public Transport-oriented Urban Growth and Subway Infrastructure at New York City’s Hudson Yard through Profit Gained from the Development Itself  (Part 2)

Author: Tomomi Tsuchiya  & Daisuke Miyamoto

Category: Surface Transportation

The redevelopment project for Hudson Yard is the largest in New York City history, and consequently comes with unique financial challenges and ingenuity.  In Part 2 of their research report, Rail Analyst Daisuke Miyamoto and former JITTI USA President Tomomi Tsuchiya go into detail of the rezoning allocations and financing of the project.

Financing Development of Public Transport-oriented Urban Growth and Subway Infrastructure at New York City’s Hudson Yard through Profit Gained from the Development Itself  (Part 1)

Author: Tomomi Tsuchiya  & Daisuke Miyamoto

Category: Surface Transportation

The redevelopment project for Hudson Yard is the largest in New York City history, and consequently comes with unique financial challenges and ingenuity.  In this multi-part research report, Rail Analyst Daisuke Miyamoto and former JITTI USA President Tomomi Tsuchiya relay their findings, and Part 1 of this series describes the background, development incentives, financing mechanisms, status and more of this historic project.

Plan for redistributing profits from development in the USA

(value capture)

Author: Daisuke Miyamoto

Category: Surface Transportation

Rail Analyst, Daisuke Miyamoto, delves into the differences of applications  of value capture between Japan and the US, and the stances of various US voices on how it should be implemented.

The Japan International Transport  and Tourism Institute, USA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, nonpartisan organization. Donations are welcome.  All donations to our organization are tax-deductible within the limits of the law and will be used to fund our research initiatives and public education seminars. For more information, please visit our About JITTI page.