Today’s Headlines

  • Only 2.8% of Austin Voters Oppose the Bond Because It Has Too Much for Bikes and Trails (BizJournals)
  • …But Another Poll Shows 60% of Austin Voters Want to Prioritize Roads (Monitor)
  • Calling Guadalupe an “Activity Corridor” Will Loosen Some Anti-Urban Regulations for Small Area (Monitor)
  • Suburban Lawmakers Like Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Financed by Attorneys for Sprawl MUDs (Houston Chron)
  • Linda Watson: CapMetro Decisions Based on Public Opinion, Not Just Stats (Passenger Transport)
  • Should Toll Road Authorities Follow Transparency Practices Demanded of State Agencies? (Morning News)
  • More on Experimental Texas A&M Glow in the Dark Bike Lane / Protected Intersection (Houston Chronicle)
  • City of Houston Creates Centralized Dispatch App for Hailing Taxi Cabs (Houston Chron)

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Houston Chronicle Editorial: City of Houston Bike Plan Must Focus on Safe Streets Car Thief Fleeing Police Kills Man, Injures Pregnant Woman in Crash in Bedford (Morning News) All Local Bus Trips in Houston Will Be Free For a Week For Launch of System Reimagining (KUHF) In North America, Only Toronto and New York Are Building More High Rises Than Houston […]

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Bob Voelker: Density Bonuses Not the Silver Bullet to Fix Dallas Affordable Housing (D Magazine) City of Fort Worth Hopes to Get People Walking Until They Are 100 (Next City) Protesters Call for Houston to Require Affordable Housing For Downtown Living Initiative (Houston Chron) About 1000 Houston Homes in Floodplains Must Be Rebuilt to Floodplain Standards (Houston […]