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Rural Landowners Sue TXDOT and Paxton for Info on Houston-Dallas Bullet Train (Tribune) Austin City Council Opposes Affordability, Closes ‘Loophole’ for Development of Smaller Lots (Statesman) Capitol Says SH130 Shows Toll Roads Don’t Relieve Congestion, But Bankruptcy Due to Low Traffic (TPR) Man Killed in Multi-Car Hit-and-Run While Trying to Check on Broken Car (Morning News) […]

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Recurring Nightmare: $1.3B Highway Expansion Will Add More Free Car Lanes (Morning News) Traffic Deaths Jumped More in 2015 Than They Have Since 1966; Texas Leads (Houston Chronicle) CM Shirley Gonzalez: Safe Streets, Vision Zero, and Smart Development for District 5 (Rivard Report) One Person Killed in Crash on Katy Freeway (Chron) Center for Transportation Research Partners With Austin to […]

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Houston Creative Economy Jobs Grew 22% in Three Years (Houston Public Media) Energy Corridor Now Has a Woonerf (Houston Public Media) Adding Luxury Apartments in Midtown Dallas at Former Car Dealership Site (Morning News) TTC Removes Tolling from 281 in San Antonio Assuming Prop 7 Vote to Require Road Spending TTI Research Testing Variable Speed Limits Based […]

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Texas Is Building Tons of Urbanism. Texas Is Building Tons of Sprawl. Sometimes Both. FHWA Investigating TXDOT Bridge Plan to Cut Corpus Christi’s Black Community in Half (Texas Observer) Yes, Adding 13,000 Jobs to Driveable Sub-Urban Toll Road Location Means More Traffic (Morning News) UT-Austin Core Campus is Going Car Free in Five Years (Heidi Gerbracht via MobilityATX Panel) […]

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CAMPO TPB Further Disenfranchises Travis County Residents (Decide Texas) Credit Where Due: TAG Houston Puts a Diverse Face on Its Transportation Spending Lobby Thankfully, Progress on the Trinity Toll Road Has Stalled (Morning News) Charges Not Expected Against Driver Who Killed Bicyclist in “Accident” on Dark Road (KHOU) Bexar County Deputies Target Speeding Traffic in School Zones […]

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Is Flood Insurance “Socialism,” and How Many Poor Decisions Did It Cause in Texas? (Texas Observer) …Is This Socialism Required for West End Galveston Beach Houses to Exist? (Swamplot) Downtown Dallas Box From 1910 to Have Apartments and a Hotel (Morning News) Texas Scared of Equitable, Market-Based Transportation Funding, Insisting on Socialism (Texas Observer) Historic Preservation Task […]