Today’s Headlines

  • Trinity Toll Road Opponents Grab 2 Council Seats, Balance of Power Heads to Runoff (Morning News)
  • San Antonio Voters Overwhelmingly Approve Linear Parks and Land Conservation Bonds (Express News)
  • …And Require Voter Approval for the City to Contribute to Any Future Light Rail or Streetcar Lines (mySA)
  • …While Bexar County Plans to Spend Another $131 Million to Encourage More Driving (Fox29)
  • Fitch: Texas Home Prices Overvalued by 11%, Led by Houston and Austin (Morning News)
  • Senator Demands Mayors of His District Meet Him in Austin to Explain Local Control (Morning News)
  • The Two Houstons: Less Than or Greater Than 30-Minute Average Commute (Houston Chron)

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Houston Chronicle Editorial: City of Houston Bike Plan Must Focus on Safe Streets Car Thief Fleeing Police Kills Man, Injures Pregnant Woman in Crash in Bedford (Morning News) All Local Bus Trips in Houston Will Be Free For a Week For Launch of System Reimagining (KUHF) In North America, Only Toronto and New York Are Building More High Rises Than Houston […]

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Only 2.8% of Austin Voters Oppose the Bond Because It Has Too Much for Bikes and Trails (BizJournals) …But Another Poll Shows 60% of Austin Voters Want to Prioritize Roads (Monitor) Calling Guadalupe an “Activity Corridor” Will Loosen Some Anti-Urban Regulations for Small Area (Monitor) Suburban Lawmakers Like Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Financed by Attorneys for Sprawl MUDs (Houston Chron) […]

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Metro May Offer Financial Assistance to Businesses Gaining Light Rail (Houston Public Media) Mariela Alfonso: Making the Economic Case for Walkability in Houston (UrbanLand) Montgomery County Voters Reject Road Bond. Has the Lord Spoken? (Houston Chron) Houstonians Want Transit to Solve Traffic Woes, Candidates Want Roads (Houston Chron) Galveston Commuter Bus Provider Plans Connection to Downtown Houston (KUHF) City […]

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Is Flood Insurance “Socialism,” and How Many Poor Decisions Did It Cause in Texas? (Texas Observer) …Is This Socialism Required for West End Galveston Beach Houses to Exist? (Swamplot) Downtown Dallas Box From 1910 to Have Apartments and a Hotel (Morning News) Texas Scared of Equitable, Market-Based Transportation Funding, Insisting on Socialism (Texas Observer) Historic Preservation Task […]

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Texans Constitutionally Require About $50B in Road Spending Over Next Decade (Morning News) Sylvester Turner and Bill King in Mayoral Runoff in 4th Largest City in Nation (Texas Tribune) 77% of Houston Tomorrow Twitter Voters Would Rather Have Roads Than Access Travis County Downtown Austin Courthouse Bond Defeated by a Narrow Margin (KUT) Parker: People Who Voted […]

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Could Dallas Switch to Taxing Parking Spaces to Pay for Transit? (D Magazine) Disabled and Elderly Sub-Urban Houstonians Left Waiting for Transit Service (Houston Chron) Urban Houston Getting Younger Faster Than Rest of Nation (CultureMap Houston) Austin Council Conducts Strange Hippie Rite, Debates Something Called “Zoning” (Austin On Your Feet) Investment in South Dallas Q&A Fails to Mention Location […]