Today’s Headlines

  • More Frequent Service Is the Top Priority for Austinites’ in CapMetro Survey (Capital MetroBlog)
  • Another Intercity Bus Service, Shofer, to Provide Houston <-> Dallas Service (BizJournals)
  • Houston Police Officer Drives Through Red Light, Hits Bicyclist (About News)
  • Grand Opening at Renovated Shopping Center on Bayou Greenway for Houston’s First Bike Through Restaurant
  • What a Smart City Means to the Central Texas Mobility Authority
  • Planning Commission Sends All Three Plans of SATomorrow to San Antonio City Council (Express News)
  • Traffic Deaths at Red Lights Have Gone Up in Cities That Have Turned Off Cameras (AP)

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Michele Albenese’s Death While Walking in Dallas Was a Crash, Not an Accident (Morning News) Sign the Petition for Action to Make Austin Streets Safe for Everyone H-GAC Transportation Policy Council Asks for Public Comment on TIP Call Proposals (Guidry News) Houston City Council Candidate Calls for Reducing Parking Requirements Houston Chronicle Calls for Letting Market Forces Take Over by […]

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DFW Regionalism Has Meant Subsidy of Suburbs, Next Mayor Can Make It Real (D Magazine) Turner Delaying Bond Vote Until 2017, After Pensions, But Promises “Next Level” (Houston Chron) TXDOT Conducting Real Life Experiment on Ability to Remove Freeways in Downtown Houston (KUHF) San Marcos Comes Out on Favor of LSTAR After Every Body Else Calls for […]

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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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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 […]

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Mayor Adler Declares Tuesday “Everybody Chill Out Day” for Release of Form-Based Code Maps (Statesman) D2 Subway Would Have Relieved Bottleneck That Halted All Light Rail Service This Morning (Morning News) Transportation Key Factor in San Antonio Council Race for Extremely Car-Dependent District (Rivard) Rapidly Densified Through Form-Based Code, Austin’s West Campus Now More Affordable (CultureMap) 3.6 […]