Today’s Headlines

  • San Antonio Selected for Federal Assistance to Build Transit-Oriented Development (SGA)
  • How Houston’s “Non-Zoning” Codes Produce a Zony-Like Sprawl (City Observatory)
  • Texas Central Swears They’ll Run HSR Without Government Grants or Bailouts
  • A Real Estate Professional’s Guide to Selling Bikeability: The New Buyer’s Desire (HoustonAgent)
  • How Can Austin Increase Housing Choices for All Austinites? Tell the Austin Housing Plan
  • Hit-and-Run Driver Who Dragged and Injured a Cyclist in East Austin Arrested (TWC)
  • L.A. Considers Bus System Reimagining, Following Houston’s Lead (CityLab)
  • 4 of the Ways Austin Envisions Using Technology to Help People Get Around (Medium)
  • Texas Cities Rank High on Efficient Use of Taxpayer Money, According to Narrow Study That Doesn’t Include Transportation, Infrastructure, or Health as Indicators (CultureMap)

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DWI Arrests Rose Slightly Compared to 2015 After Uber & Lyft Left Austin (KEYE) Is Anyone Recording Data on Wild West of Underground Ride-Hailing Happening in Austin? (Vocativ) San Antonio Took Over Fredericksburg Corridor From TXDOT, Could Focus on Sidewalks (ExpressNews) Houston Chronicle: Imbalanced Funding and Anti-Bike Policies Are Serious Equity Issue State Commission May Suspend County Judge Doyal for […]

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‘Light Rail Lofts’ Affordable Housing Project Planned for Midtown (Houston Chron) 275 High-Tech Parking Meters Being Installed in Downtown Houston (Houston Public Media) Independent Verification of Houston’s Pothole Repair Rate to Be Announced The Story of Houston’s LED Streetlights (cdandrews) DART Drops Charges on Man Arrested for Taking Pictures of Transit Hub Incident (Observer) Last Chance for […]