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“Speed Appears to Have Been a Factor” in Death of 3 Children in Dallas Monday (Morning News) Dallas Continues to Argue Over 1960s Floodway Car Transport Plan (Observer) Public Gets First Look at City of El Paso Bike Plan (KVIA) Redfin Says Downtown Dallas Is the Most Walkable Neighborhood in Texas (Morning News) Austin City Council Wants to […]

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TODAY: Last Day to Register to Vote in the November Elections Dallas-Based Better Block Launches WikiBlock Toolkit for Creating a Better Block Bike-Oriented Development Is a Real Thing in Houston Along Bayou Greenways (Realty News Report) TXDOT Meeting Tonight on Bike / Ped Along SH183 Will Inform All Local Freeway Projects (Tom Wald) A Driver Crashed Into an […]

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Harris County Judge Ed Emmett Proposes Bypass Around Entire Houston Region for I-69 (Houston Public Media) Plano Residents Suing City to Oppose Planning That Threatens Sub-urban Character with Apartments (Morning News) Poll: Does Dallas Need to Pay Down Debt Before Fixing Roads? (D Magazine) Hundreds of People Have Been Parking in a Crumbling, Abandoned Garage […]

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Transportation Safety Initiatives Briefing at Austin Mobility Committee Includes Vision Zero Kinder Institute Report: Rice Village Has 1,000 Too Many Parking Spots (Houston Chron) Deep Ellum Getting Its First High Rise Apartments (Morning News) San Antonio Working on Plan to Add 200,000 People Through Annexation (Rivard Report) How Much Would Commercial DFW Be Worth If Austin Wins TCAD Lawsuit? (Observer) Waco […]

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San Antonio City Staff Not Caught Up on Their Strong Towns Math (Express News) Study: $36B Economic Benefit to Texas of Dallas, Houston High Speed Rail (Morning News) Houston, Dallas High Speed Rail Will Also Stop Near College Station (The Eagle) AIA Dallas Talks History and Future of Trails in DFW on Monday, October 19 […]

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Dallas Morning News Claims General Agreement That LBJ East Needs to Go From 8 to 14 Lanes Voting Yes on Prop 7 Means Public Subsidy of SOV Projects Instead of Tolls (Morning News) Former TTC Chair on Boards of Corporations Building Toll Roads for TTC (Star-Telegram) Dallas Staff Believe Council May Finally Adopt Complete Streets Code Soon (Morning News) Dallas On the Housing First […]