Today’s Headlines

  • Streetcar Project Got Scammed Out of $3.2 Million Through Email Phishing (El Paso Times)
  • Kinder Study: Share of “Poor” Neighborhoods in Houston in 1980: 9%; in 2016: 39% (KHOU)
  • City of Sugar Land Will Grow From 87,000 to 117,000 With Annexation of Sprawl MUDs (Houston Chron)
  • City of Austin Adopts Age-Friendly Austin Plan With Focus on Improving Pedestrian Environment (KUT)
  • Rep. Ron Simmons Tells High-Speed Rail Opponents That State Law Already Allows It (The Eagle)
  • Houston Metro, Other Transit Agencies Give Free Rides Today and Election Day For You to Go Vote
  • Bugg: Continuing 50-Year Strategy of Continuously Widening I-45 Will Work This Time (Houston Chron)
  • Will Dallas City Hall Fix Streets or Pensions First? (Morning News)
  • …Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner Chose Pensions First — Time for the Paradigm Shift? (Houston Chron)

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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 […]

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Austin Police Have Been Issuing “Don’t Block the Box” Tickets for Blocking Crosswalks Too (Reddit) Sprawl Causes Traffic, Drains Budgets, But Gets City Planning Approval (Houston Business Journal) TXDOT Contractor — Also Working on Houston’s 290 — Stops Work on I-10 in El Paso (El Paso Times) Texas Triangle Megaregion Featured in UCLA Report on Potential for Hyperloop (Houston Chron) Massive Spending […]

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Public Engagement Begins on City of Houston’s First Ever General Plan (KUHF) City of Dallas Will Collect Data on Hike & Bike Trail Usage for the First Time (Morning News) TXDOT Collecting Input on Adding Toll Lanes in San Antonio, But “Truly Just a Proposal” (Fox29) Houston Putting Parking Underground, Buildings & Pedestrians on Surface (Houston Chron) Georgetown Might Get In On Plans for […]

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Waco Long Range Transpo Plan Emphasizes Transit, Walking, Biking… And Widening I-35 (WacoTrib) Metro to Try Out Flex Zone Door-to-Door Service in Acres Homes Area (Houston Chron) San Antonio VIA Adding Bike Lids at Bus Stations (Texas Public Radio) Calgary Not Into Being Called “Houston of Canada,” Thinks It’s Doing Complete Streets Better (Next City) Houston Updating Its […]

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Houston Spending $36 Million on Smart Streets Tech Stuff (Houston Chron) Hallelujah! Work Has Begun to Smooth Guadalupe, Austin’s Most-Traveled, Bumpy Street to Ride a Bike or Bus On (KXAN) Austin Is Saying All the Right Things About Its New Street Design Guide (KUT) Speeding Driver Knocks Other Car Off Road, Killing All Four Passengers (Click2Houston) Metro Bus Driver Trainer and […]

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Radical Community Development Method: Listen to Low Income People (New York Times) Dallas Observer Talks to Charles Marohn About DFW’s Growth Pattern — Is It a Ponzi Scheme? CTRMA Considering Austin Alternative Proposal for Mopac Fattening, Would Still Fatten (Austin Monitor) SA Tomorrow Multimodal Transportation Plan Webinar: August 11, 6 – 8 pm Houston Adding Lots of Multi-Family […]