Today’s Headlines

  • Public Comment Period for TXDOT’s I-35 Project in Downtown Austin Open Thru October 4 (KXAN)
  • …TXDOT Has to Respond to Questions Asked at Meeting Today or Made Online During This Period
  • …So Far This Morning, the Virtual Open House Page Gives an Unauthorized Error
  • Official Comment Page Still Does Not Allow People to Comment on Downtown Austin Section
  • Is It Time to Finally Kill the Trinity Toll Road – on Its 9th Iteration – and Build the Park? (Observer)
  • San Antonio and Austin Had the Highest Growth in GDP Among U.S. Major Metros Last Year (BEA)
  • That Corpus Christi Bridge Is Displacing Public Housing, Some Can’t Find New Homes (Tribune)
  • Texas Transportation, Urban Planning Failed Boy Who Died Walking Across I-10 (News4SA)
  • DART Committing to Taxi Vouchers for Sub-Urban, Car-Dependent Collin County (DART)
  • Something About Houston’s Lack of Zoning = More Households Near Polluters (Houston Chron)

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