Today’s Headlines

  • Rail~Volution Comes to Dallas This Week (Morning News)
  • Dallas to Subsidize Move of a Concrete Plant Away From Mixed Use District (Morning News)
  • Do the Feds Really Object to Dallas Designing Trinity Roadway for Slow Speeds? (Morning News)
  • Why Ignore Transit Access, Multifamily in Affordable Housing Discussions? (Morning News)
  • Unsafe Streets, Excessive Driving Cause People Walking, Riding Bikes to Live in Fear (Morning News)
  • Cheap Gas and Lack of VMT Tax Help Cause Traffic in Texas Cities (Austin American Statesman)
  • Chairman Joe Pickett Glad Prop 7 Will Remove Decision Making From Lege (Waco Tribune)
  • Unattributed Editorial Argues That Texas Taxes Will Have to Rise Even if Prop 7 Passes (Midland R-T)

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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 […]

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T4America Chair Says He Can Help Build Mississippi-to-Dallas Passenger Rail Service (Meridian Star) Texas Added 2.5 as Many Households From Other States as Next Highest State in 2013 (Houston Chron) Dallas Mother Experiences Wheelchair, Has Some Advice on Treating People Like People (Morning News) Road Spending PAC Says “No” Vote on Prop 7 Means Not Doubling Car Lanes on […]

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Texans For Prop 7 – a $3B Required Road Spending Campaign – Has Under 100 Twitter Followers Take the Midtown Management District Circulator Survey to Help Plan Proposed Transit Service Open House: TXDOT Seeks Improvements to SH29, Built in 1934, From Georgetown to Circleville ICYMI: Gov Abbott Vetoed a Bill, SB1032, to Allow State Employees to Work at Home (TTI) Jarrett Walker […]

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Center for Public Policy Priorities Criticizes Prop 7 Constitutional Road Spending Scheme Prop 7 Road Subsidy Fan Criticizes Efforts to Save Atwater Prairie Chicken (KeepTexasDriving) The Safety of Riding a Bike Is an Issue in the Valley Now (The Monitor) Low Income Folks Make Up More of the Bicycling Public Than “Hipsters” (Kinder Institute) Dallas Developers Believe the Center […]

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Study Proposes Bringing Back AMTRAK Service Connecting Houston to Orlando (Lagniappe Weekly) Over 65,000 Austinites Sign Petition to Remove Ride-hailing Restrictions (MyStatesman) Dallas Habitat Building Neighborhoods, Not Just Houses, But With Single-Family Houses (Morning News) Mueller Neighborhood Association Asks City, Metro to Maximize Density  (Austin Chron) Online Meeting on TXDOT Unified Transportation Plan: Ask Them to Dedicate Prop 7 to Complete Streets […]