Today’s Headlines

  • Houston and McAllen Are Among the Most Dangerous Places to Walk in America (SGA)
  • …People of Color and Low Income People Face Greater Dangers as Pedestrians (FastCoDesign)
  • …San Antonio Has Gotten More Dangerous for Pedestrians Than in Recent Years (Rivard)
  • With East End Line Complete, Houston Finally Finished Building Light Rail – For Now (HPM)
  • 100-Yr-Old Woman Killed While Walking on Expressway With No Sidewalks in Weslaco (Valley Central)
  • Capital Metro Board Delays Vote on Moving Toward Frequency, Ridership Focus (Community Impact)
  • CAMPO Okays $2M Study of Passenger Rail on the Mokan Corridor East of Austin (Community Impact)
  • Here Are the 10 Bike Lanes Coming to Dallas This Year (Oak Cliff Advocate)
  • Better Block Hiring a Senior Project Manager

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Hit-and-Run Driver Leaves Pedestrian Fighting for Her Life in Memorial Area (Houston Chron) Houston Planning Dept and Bloomberg Associates Working on Safe Routes to Schools in East End People Who Think Buses Will Bring Bad People to Spring Turned Out at Metro Meeting (Houston Chron) Capital Metro Needs Another Year to Deploy New Bus Network […]

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San Antonio’s Síclovía Open Streets Event Is Making a Positive Health Impact (Rivard) Midtown Dallas Land Owners, Developers Might Match $15M City Bond for 30-Acre Park (BizJournals) El Paso PD: Wheelchair User Eduardo Dill “Failed to Yield” to F-150 Driver Half-Mile From Crosswalk (KFoxTV) 5 Years of Austin’s Hotel Tax Could Pay for Gaudalupe Starter Light Rail Line (Community […]

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Speed Bump Made Out of Leaves Succeeds at Slowing Traffic Down (Josh Lee) Take the SATomorrow Bike Survey, Whether You Ride a Bike or Not City of Denton in Need of a Strong Talking To By Strong Towns (Morning News) Two Years Since Chelsea Norman’s Death in a Bike Lane, Is Houston Safer to Ride? (Houston Chron) […]

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Broussard Family Investing in Restoring Vibrant Urban Downtown – to Beaumont (Houston Chron) DART Opening Two New Light Rail Stations in Oak Cliff (Morning News) Debate Over Austin Proposal to Impound Cars From Unlicensed Drivers as Vision Zero Strategy (Monitor) Montgomery County Subsidizes The Woodlands’ Resistance to Becoming a Real City (Houston Chron) City of Austin […]

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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 […]