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Biden: Dallas-Houston HSR the Beginning of New Transportation Era in America (Morning News) House Republicans Want to Raid Federal Reserve to Pay for Transportation (American Conservative) Biden Applauds Spending on Ped/Bike Trails and Light Rail Connections in Houston (Chron) Funding Discussion for Lone Star Rail Postposed Until 2016 (Rivard Report) TAPS Public Transit to Lay Off […]

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TTI Study: Only Important Transportation Issues Texans Feel Good About Are Transit, Safety, Bike/Ped The Real Problem in Your Neighborhood Is Spending on Unnecessary Roads Elsewhere (Politico) Austin Only US City With Access to All 11 “Tech-Enabled Transpo Tools” (Heidi Gerbacht) How Better Block Broke Laws and Made a Better Dallas (Morning News) Texas Observer Writes About Bikes in […]

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House Conferees for Constitutionally Require Road Spending Bill: Pickett, Otto, Davis, Simmons, Harless County Judge Tells TTC Controversial 249 Toll Road Meets Two Main Needs: Econ Dev & Income (KUHF) Austin Working Group Asked to Build Racial Equity Impact Assessment Tool for Budget Process Houston Issued $9 Billion in Building Permits in 12 Months – Up 40% (Greater Houston Partnership) TX Association of Counties: Appraisal Caps […]

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In Texas, Road Spending Remains Popular Even Thought It Doesn’t Really Work (Houston Chronicle) Houston City Council Approves First Anti-Idling Ordinance (Houston Chronicle) Construction on Housing Project Designed for People Who Walk and Bike Will Continue (Austin Monitor) Final Public Meeting to Offer Input on Downtown Dallas Highway Plans Tonight (Morning News) More than 1/3 […]

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El Paso Bike Share Opening in September, Operated by Regional Mobility Authority (El Paso Times) Is Dallas Really Passing Up a Meaningful Underground Downtown Rail Option? (Dallas Observer) TXDOT ED: We Cannot Succeed Just Building Roads, But Will Not Advocate for Transit (Morning News) Judges Fighting for Prop 7 Required Road Spending, For Which TXDOT […]

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Gerald D. Hines: We Will All Pay the Price for the Lack of Transit (Houston Business Journal) House Passes Disastrous Bill (SJR 5) to Require Road Spending in Texas Constitution (TAG) Rep. Stickland and Anti-Red Light Camera Bill Tossed From Transpo Committee Meeting (Statesman) Kinder: Majority of Houstonians See Transit and Walkable Streets as Best Traffic Solution Little Free […]